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BE MANUFACTUBES IN THE UNITED STATES^ 



COLLICTIB AVO TEASflXITTSS 



TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 



In oomplianee witha mohitioii of Jan. 19, tOS, 



BY THE SECRETARY OF THE 'TREASURY. 



IN TWO VOLUMES. 



VOLXXKB L 



Printed hf order of the Honw of SepretentadTOi. 



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MAIIJE— VOL. KM^-^ 
>c I, Na 1. Letter from Asa CUpp to S^cretaiy MMpSps^ with the .following €o- 
dosarw. '^^'^^a'- 

2. James L. Child to AsaCkpm witli f^lpMlM maiked, to wit* 

3. WiDthrop cotton factoiy. •. ;g ^\- 
^ A. Dexter csMimere fiietorj* ^ >* 

" 5. Bristol sstinetisctoij. 

** 6. Bath iron foundry, Linooln county. 

"* 7. Marble factories, Thomtston, Lineoln oonnty. 

^ 8. Sutement of Cumberland cotton factory, Gorham. 

** 9. •* Gardner cotton fiu^ry. 

10. " Westbrook cotton &ciory. 

11. ** Saco cotton factory. • 
"* li. « Marble factory. 

"* 13. '* Powder factory, Goibam, Cumberland county* 

14. <• Nail factory, Saco, York county. 

** 15. ** Carpet manufactory, Gorbam. 

Dor. 3, No. 1. Letter from Charles Gl. Clapp to Asa Cltpp, with the following enclosures: 
'* S. Statement of paper manuftctories. 

3. " Cotton " 

"■ 4. *' Carding machines, and fulling mills, Cumberland county. 

* 5. *' Woollen and satinet ftctories. 

** 6. '* Blacksmiths, shoemakers; tin plate workers, saddlers, harness- 

makers, tanners, cuiriers, and hatters, of South Berwick, EUot 
and Lvman, York county. 
** 7. " Blacksmiths, tannfrti, baaketmakers, shoemakers, of the tdwn 

of York, ooonty of Yoik. 
*^ B. " Shoemakers, blacksmiths, batters, and a factory for printing ca- 

licoes, in Newfield, Shapleigh, Acton and Sandford, York 
county. 
Blacksmiths, tanners and curriers, in Standish, York county. 

« " Saddlers, and starch factory, Gorham. 

Tanners, shoemakers, blacksmiths, and hatters, Gorham. 
Hatters, saddlers, cabinetmakers, blacksmiths, factories of maple 

sugar, Fiyburg. 
Blacksmiths, hatters, saddlers, tinplate workers, tanners and 

curriers, in Saco, York county. 
Blacksmiths, shoemakers, saddlers, in Waterford, Oxford county. 
Blacksmiths in Buxton^ York county. 
Tanners, shoemakers, blacksmiths, tinplate workers, hatters, 

Kennobunkport, York county. 
Blacksmiths, ax makers, iron founders, Cumberland county. 
** Hatters, woollen manufacturers, tanners, and shoe- 

makers. North Berwick, Buxton and Holli!*, 
York ooonty. ' 

Blacksmiths of Scarborough, Cumberland county. 
Saddlersi blackraiiths, shoemakers, of Paris. 
Blacksmiths, potters, saddlers, shoemakers, tanners, cabinet-ma- 
kers, wooden ware makers, of Alfred, Waterboiough, and Le- 
banon, York county. 

* SS. «< Blacksmiths, tinplate workers, blocktin factory, of Wcstbrook, 

Comberlajid county. 

"■ S3. ** Hatters, blacksmiths, tinplate workers, tanners, shoemakers, 

saddlers, Kennebunk, York county. 
^ 34. *' Woollen factory, fulling mill, and carding machine, in Gray, 

Cumberland county. 
<« S5. " Saddlers, shoemakers, hatters, blacksmiths, Newiy, 

«4 36. ** Blacksmiths and shoemakers, in Bridgton. 

•* 97. ** Comb factory, tinplate workers, wool (oilers, morocco dressers, 

blacksmiths, tanners, curriers, Westbrook, Cumbcfflaiid county- 
M 98L '* Shoemakenu Cumbeifamd county. 

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MASS ACHUSETTS— VOL. I. 

Doc 3, No. 1. Letter from Willard Phillips to Secretary of Treaaniy. 

** 3. " Aaron Tnftiy respeotmg manu&ctiires generally, particularly 

woollen. 

3. " David Anthony, of Fall River village, respecting cotton business. 

4. ** Nathaniel B. Borden, respecting cotton business. 

5. " M. Pljpipton, of Southbndge, respecting manufactures generally, 

particwarly cottons. 

6. " James Horton, of Amesbuiy, respecting flannel bunness. 

7. ** Bezaliel Taft, jr., respecting mannfactures^^generaHy, particularly 

cotton. 

8. " Edward Walcott, of Pawtocket, respecting cotton business. 

9. ^ Elijah Howard, respecting^manvfiictares generUly. 

10. " John Tread well, of Salem, on mannfactwes generally. 

11. *' Wm. Jackson, of Newtown, respecting soap and candle business. 
18. ^* Amos Otis, jr. 

13. ** Dr. J. Ames, of Springfield, on the paper business. 

14. ^* Barker Bumill, of Nantucket, on whale fishery. 
'* 15. Manufactories of various branches of mechanical arts in Barnstable. 

coun^ of do. 

16. ** ** In Yarmouth, Barnstable county. 

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81. Manufactures of various kinds in Eastham and Orleans, Barnstable county. 
98. ** Pfovincetown, Barnstable county. 

23. " Sandwich, " 

84. Manufactories of glass in Sandwich county. 

85. ** Various kinds in Wellfleet and Truro, Sandwich county. 

86. Manufactures of cloth, leather, and shoes, in West Stockbridge, county of 
Berkshire. 

27. Manufactures of doth, cotton,- leather, and shoes, in Williamstowo, county of 

Berkshire. 
88. Manufiictures of cloth, shoes, cabinet work, in Shefiield, county of Berkshire. 
** 89. Manufactures of leather in the town of Sandisfield, •* 

** 30. Hanufiu^ures of doth, leather, and wood, in Becket, Washington and Otis, 

eounty of Berkshire. 
31. Manufactories of various kinds in Pittsfidd, county of Berkshire. 
38. Do do Stockbridge, do 

** 33. '* Brass, leather, doth, in New Marlborough, and leather in 

the town of Tyringham, county of Berkshire. 
« 34. '* Cotton and leather in Cheslure, " 

** 35. *' Iron and leather in Richmond, « 

36. ** Tin, nod, iron, leather, cabinet work, in Lenox, county of 

BeAshire. 

37. ** Wod, leather, and cabmet work, in Honesdale, county of 

Berkdiire. 

38. ** Leather in LAnesborough and New Ashford, county of 

Berkshire. 

** 39. ** Cotton, paper, woollens, flee, in Lee, county of Berkshire. 

" 40. ** Cotton, tin, calico, leather, &c., Adams, " 

« 41. ** Woollen, satinet, and leather, in Hancock, « 

* 48. ** Cotton, cloth, satinet, &c., in Great Barrington, ** 

«< 43. ** Cloth and leather in Egremont, « 

<< 44. '^ Paper, wod, leather, and pails, in Dalton, '* 

M 45. ** Cloth, &c, in Savoy, Windsor, and Alfoid, •* 

46. Manufkctures of cotton, &c., in Rahaboth and Somerset, Bristd county. 

47. ** Cotton in Seekonk, « 
«* 48. ** Iron, paper, leather, &c, Taunton, 1, ** 
*< 49. ** Cotton and cdico printing in Taunton, 8; ** 
<< 50. *< Cotton, Im., &C., m Troy, ** 
** 51. « Cotton, in Pawtucket, 1, «« 

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Ac 3, S^ 51 M«iiiilSu!tiire0 rf cottoo, leader, oAlnnet-woik, Pawtacket, 4, Briitol ooont] 
"45- ** Cotton, copper, and bonnets, in Norton, «* 

* 3CL ^ Candlei^ bamla, and ahipa, and whale fiahery, in NewBei 

Ibid, 1, Briatol county. 
' S7. ** "Varioaa branches of manufactures in New Bedford, 3, Biii 

tol county. 
53. ** Various brsnehea of manufactures in Raynham and BCani 

field, Briatol county. 
"59. *^ Manufactures of cotton, oil, salt, &c, in Fairfaaren, Bristc 

'county. 
" ML ** In cotton, iron, hats, leather, in Easton, Briatol county. 

"61. ^ S^^ magneaia. leather, &c., in Dartmouth, « 

•63. ** CottoD in Attleborough, << 

64. ^ Cotton, leather, fcc, in Attleborou^ and Dighton, Brist« 

conntT. 

••65. ** OH, candleB, caaksb boata, in Nantucket, Nantucket county 

•66. ** Salt, bricks, lu^, in ClefanariL, Dukes county. 

•* 67. ** Salt, hats^ ahoes, 5u:., in Edgerton, *' 

« 6& •* Do do Ti2»ury, &c., Essex county. 

» 69. *^ Of flannel, shoes, chaises, and hamessi in Amesbury, Esse] 

county. 
« 70. *^ Flannel^ cassimere, woollens, cottons, leather, hats, and pa 

per, m Andover, Essex county, 
u 7], «« Shoea and iron, in Bedford, Essex county. 

u 7^ •* Of leather, iron, Slc, in Bradford, " 

u 72. ^ Lieather, wool, iron, glue, &c., in Danvers, Essex county. 

>* 74^ ** Cordaee in Qloucester, " 

u 75^ <« Flannds, combs, hatiy leather, &c., in Hayerhill, *' 

^ 7^ «« Leather, cotton, and cabinet work, in Wenham and Ipswick 

Essex county. 
MM M Silk printing in Lynn, 1, Essex county. 

M ^^ ** Leather and tm work in Lynn, S, Essex county. 

^ m^^ •* Of shoes in Lynn* 3, " 

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^^ sex county. 

^ ^aj M Of shoes in Marblehead, Essex county. 

^ ^^ «« Cordage, tobacco, tin ware, soap, &c., Marblehead, Essex cc 

^ rT" «« Cotton, hats, leather, in Methuen, Essex county. 

^ ^^ «c Iron, cordage, also mills of Tsrious kinds in New|)ury, £f 

** ^ '• sex county. 

— , rj. blialixiicntB of Tarious kinds of manufactures in Newburyport, Essex co 
^^ mffL Ti iT^Wctureg of iron, leather, chaises, and harness, in Rowley, Essex county 

u 89. Aia^a ^ Cordage, leather, cabinet ware, chaises, and harness, in 8a 

' ^^- lem, Essex county. 

c« Flannel, leather, hats, &c., in Salisbury, Essex county. 

91* «« Shoes in Topsfield, boats in Essex, « 

9^ «« Leather, tobacco, and flannel, in Saugus, *< 

93. A« Combs, leather, chase, and harness, in West Newbury 

d^ Franklin county. 

4M, Palm-leaf hats, harness, axes, leather, wagons, in Charle- 

93. moot, Franklin county. 

«« Satinet, leather, shingles, palm-loaf hats, in Warwick, Ley< 

den, and Ashfield» Franklin county. 

** Satinet, ploughs, leather, in Deerfield, Franklin county. 

9^* ^ Leatherf-iiats, combs, and brandy, in Conway, Bemardstowu: 

^®- New Salem, and Ilawley, Franklin county. 

^ fiats, cotton, steel, &c., in Colerain, Monroe, Franklin co. 

^^' ^ Leather, hats, and wagons, in Gill, hoes, jcc, in Heathy 

I^*^- ^ Franklin county. 

^ ^^~ Satinet, iron, &c., in Whately and Roues, Franklin co. ' 

«^^1 Bats» cords, chairs, and lumber, in WendaU and bring*! 

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vi INDEX. 

Doc. 3, No. 103. Muiiifactares of palm-leaf hata, wooden wares, leather, &c.» in Backland, 

Shelburne, and Orange, Franklin county. 
" 104. ** Wooden ware^ satinet, hats, tin, and sheet iron, wagons, 

leather, guna, in Greenfidd, Frankhn county. 
'* 105. " Combs, wagons, brand?, &c., scythes, shingles, brooms, 

chairs, in Sunderland, Leverett, Shutesbury, and Montague, 
Franklin county. 
** 106. ^ Cotton and woollens in the towns of Ludlow, Monson, Brim- 

field, and Palmer, county of Hampden. 
** 107. " Woollens, scythe, cotton, and cards, in Wales, Palmer, and 

Springfield, county of Hampden. 
" 108. " Q>tton and satinet in Monson, county of Hampden. 

" 109. ** Leather, hardware, and paper, in Blandford, Brimfield, Ch^ 

ter, Westfield, Weat Springfield, and Springfield, county 
of Hampden. 
'* 1 10. ** Cards, leather, woollen, powder, and whips, in Springfield, 

Chester, Blandford, Southwick, Westfield, and West 
Springfield, county of Hampden. 
Chauv, leather, hoes, &c., in Asbumharo, county of Hampden. 
Various kinds in the towns of S. Hadley, Granby, Belcher- 
I town, Grcenwick, Pelham, and Prescott, Hampshire county. 
Cotton, leather, &c, in Cunnington, Plainfield, and Norwich, 

Hampshire county. 
Cotton, leather, &c., in Hadley and Amherst, Hampshire co. 
Cotton, woollen, &c., in Ware and Emfield, Hampshire co. 
Cotton, woollen, Ice., in Williamsburg, Hampshire county. 

" " Northampton, * " 

Woollen, leather, &c.,' in Middlefield, Easthampton, South- 
ampton, Westhampton, Worthington, Chesteifield, Hamp- 
shire county. 
Soap, candles, tin ware, ibc., in Charlestown, Middlesex co. 
Leather, bricks, brushes, &c., do do 

and mills, 8tc., do do 

122. Manufactures of shoes, cabinet ware, iron, carriages, and harness, in Cam- 
bridge, Middlesex county. , 
Same, and other kinds, Cambridge-port, Middlesex county. 

" •* East Cambridge, " 

Glass and candles, ^ " 

Cards, boots, hats, leather, &c., in West Cambridge, l^liddle- 

sex county. 
Cotton, lead, Itc, in Concord, Middlesex county. 
Cotton, carpets, and woollens, in Framingham, Middlesex co. 
Paper, hats, leather, chaises, and harness, Farmingham, Mid- 
dlesex county. 
Woollens, cottons, leather, &c., m HoUiston and Brighton, 

Middlesex county. 
Cotton, leather, iron, in Hopkinton, IGddlesex county. 
Clocks, fans, iron, in Lexington, " 

Cards and whips, in Lowell, ** 

Carpet, do «< . 

Cotton, soap, and candles, in Lowell, '* 

Chaises and harness, powder, woollens, hats, in Lowell, Mid- 
dlesex county. 

137. *' Nails, dye stuffi, bricks, tin, shoes, in Maiden, Middlesex 

county. 

138. " Leather and flannel, in Marlborough and Tewksbury, Btid- 

dlesex county. 

139. ** Hats, leather, and distillery, bricks, Sec, in Medford, Mid- 
dlesex county. 

Paper, iron, shoes, in Newton, Middlesex county. 
Soap and candles, &c., Newton, " 

Paper mills in Pepperell and Shirley, 
Cotton in Shiriey, 

Leather, razor straps, &c., in Stoneham and South Reading, 
Middlesex county. • . 

** 145. ** Tin, in South Reading, ICddlesex county. 



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county. 
^ W. MmnfAtAanB of lesther and iron* in Bborbome, Lincoln) and Naiitiek» Mid- 

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WooU«n» in Stow, Ifiddleaez county. 

Paper, leather, hata, iron, in Sudbury and Eaat Sudbury, 
BfiddltBez county. 

Paper, hata, leather^ aoap, candles, &c, in Wateitown, Ifid- 
dleaez county. 

Woollen, satinet^ and cotton, duck, book-binding, in Water- 
town, Middlesex county. 

Leather, iron, tin, &c., in Wobum, Middleeez county. 

Glass and iron, in Chehnsford, ** 

Leather, Itc, in Bedford and Builington, ** 

Soap, candles^ leather, iron, &c., in Billerica, Iflddleaai 
county* 

Leather, iron, pottery ware, chaises, and harness, in Weston, 
Ifiddleaez county . 

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Cotton, copper, satinet, shoes, m Braintree, county of Norfolk. 

Leather and iron, in Brookline, " 

Salt, ships, fish, barrels, in Cohasset, '* 

WooUea, cotton, cutleiy, copper, in Canton, *' 

Paper, wonted, leather, silk, cotton, coaches, in Dedhaiki, 
countjr of Norfolk. 

Iron, bnck, cotton, paper, tin, starcl^ &c» in Dorchester, 
county of Noifolk. 

Cotton, nets, leaUier, kc^ in Franklin, county of Norfolk. 

Woollens, cottons, leather, wagons, in BeUingnam, county of 
Norfolk. 

Iron, in Dover, county of Norfolk. 

Cotton, hats, boots, cabinet ware, flic. , in Wcntham, county 
of Norfolk. 

Leather, nbinet ware, ahingles, in Weymouth, county of 
Norfolk. 

Iron, aoap, stone^ &&, in Cluincy, county of Norfolk. 

Shoes and trunks, in Randolph, *' 

Leather, ropes, copper, and brass, soap, &c., in Rozbury, 
county of Norfolk. 

Cotton, madiinery, batting, and shoes, in Sharon, county of 
Norfolk. 

Shoes, cotton, and thread, in Stoughton, county of Norfolk. 

Cotton, satinet, woollen, hoes, linen, in Walpole, county of 
Norfolk. 

Paper, leather, stone, cabinet ware, wool pulling, in Milton, 
county of Norfolk. 

Paper, hats, shoes, and cotton, in Needhaxn, county of Norfolk. 

Cotton, hats, iron, wagons, in Fozborough, ** 

Leather and hats, in Ifedfield, <' 

Cotton, woollens, coach» and chaises, in Modway, county of 
Norfolk. 

Tacks, shoes, and boots, in Abington, county of Plymouth. 

Paper, cotton-gins, iron, straw bonnets, ,in Bridgewater, 
county of Plymouth. 

Tacks, shoes, cotton, wagons, &c., in Eatft Bridgewater, 
county of Plymouth. 

Nails, old iron, leather. West Bridgewater, county of Ply- 
mouth. 

Cast iron and bar iioni in Camer, county of Plymouth. 

WooUens, cotton, ships, and barrels, in Duxbury, county of 
Plymouth. 
Doc. 18. Manu&ctoxe of tacks, brads, and sprigs, in Abington; additional paper inserted at 

the end of second Yolume. 
Doc 3, No. 186. Mano&ctures of satinet, in Halifax, county of Plymouth. 

«« 187. ** Tacks, castings, boUowware, shoes, nails, and hoops, cot- 

ten, in Hanover, Freetown, and Wareham, county of Ply- 
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Doe. 8» No. 186b Bimiiftetttm of iroa» ropeiy leatber, hat% ihipt, aaili^ Im.» ^=""g»>fim| oonntjp^ 

of PlyiiKroth. r 

** 18$, *" Cotton, ta«ki, aiiclior% ■hoet, hc^f in Hoaiony ooanty of 1^ 

Plymooth. in 

" 190. ^ Cotton and anchoiSy in Kingston, county of Plymouth. Cc 

<< 191. ** Cotton, in Manhfiald, •< Ii 

" 198. *' Cotton, doth, bor iron, leather, thovels, cut nails, shovels, I« 

hollow ware, in Middleborough, county of Plymouth'. i 

** 193. '* Cotton, chaises, harness, cabinet ware, in Biidgewater, 'j^ 

. ;.' county of Pljrmouth. ^ 

" 194. *' Satinet, cotton, ships, £lc., in Pembroke, county of Plymouth. 

** 195. ^ Cotton, anchors, nails, ropes, rivets, in Plymouth, county of r^ 

Plymouth. 
'' 196. ** Nails, tacks, cotton, and woollen, in Plympton, county of ., 

Plymouth. 
'* 197. ** Nails, shoes, tnmkit leather, hats, ships, in Scituate, county ^ 

of Plymouth. . 

*' 198. <* Bread, beer, blacking, balances, tin ware, stoves, bedsteads, : 

in the town of Boston, county of Suffolk. 
** 199. " In iron, ships, bricks, brass, copper, tin, and plated ware, 

barrels, Boston, county of Suffolk. 
" 800. «< Books and boats, Boston, county of Suffidk. 

/ '* 801. Statement of oork cutlers, of chenucal factories, confectioners, carriage and 

smiths' ehandlers,8oap manufacturers, Boston, county of Sufiblk. 
** 808. ** Comb makers, coach and chaise-makers, chaii^makers, cabinet 

makers, Boston, county of Suffolk. 
'* 803. *' Cordagefiustorie8,clockfactorie8, distilleries, edge tool factories, 

Boston, county of Suflblk. 
/ ^ 804. <■ Gilders, i^ass house, gold beaters, hatters, jewellers, Boston, 

/ coun^F of Sufiblk. 

** 805. '< Hosiery uctorv, iron foundries, ink makers, hook and eye facto- 

ry, gunsmius, hammer factory, grate-makers, Boston, county 
of Sufiblk. 
** 806. ** Machinists, leather dressers, fringe and tassd factory, chain 

cable factory, Boston, county of Suffolk. 
** 807. ** Mart makers, mathematical instrument makers, ooloied paper fac- 

tory, milliners, mustard factories, Boston, county of Suffolk. 
it 4K^ « Opticians, organ builders, pocket book factories, riggers, wluting 

manufiicturers, Boston, county of Suffolk. 
^ 809. *' Painters, glaziers, pump uid block-makers, philosophical instru- 

ment makers, reed makers, slaters, turpentine factory, saw 
mill, Bostcm, county of Suffi>lk. 
** 810. '* Plane makers, piano forte makers, platers, plumbers, paper hang- 

ing manufacturers, Boston, county of Suffi>lk. 
" 811. '* Lithographic etching engravers, copper-plate printers, pearl &c- 

tory, last fkctory, Boston, county of Su£R)lk. 
** 818. '* Soap stone workers, stone cutters, silver platers, ship scraper and 

trowell factory, tobacconists, fire engine builders, Boston, 
ooonty of Sanik. 
** 813. ' *^ Stock and suspender ftctoiy, surgical instriunent and truss-ma- 

kers, silversmiths, saddlers, humess and trunk-makers, sail- 
makers, Boston, county of Sufiblk. 
** 814. ** Tailors, type and stereotype' founders, sheet iron workers, twine 

factory, Boston, county of Suflblk. 
** 816. " Umbrella and cane-makers, whip-makers, upholsterer, wheel- 

wrights, wire-worken, Boston, county of Sufiblk. 
** 816. ** Sugar refiners, shoe and bootmakers, coidwainers, Boston, coun- 

ty of Sufiblk. 
** 817. Letter from Secretary of Treasury to Speaker of Ho. Reps. U. S. 
** 818. Letter from John S. Tyler lo commissiooers, containing answers to questions 
propounded in a droular. 
Doe. 3, No. 819« Manufactures of cotton, paper, leather, &c., in Athol, Worcester eounty. 
** 880. ** Cotton, leather, powder, &0,, in Barren ** 

'* 881. " Hats and leather, in Berlin, •* 

•* 888. ** Combs, hats, leather, lime, cards, m Bolton, " 

*« 883. •* Books, leather, iron. Ice, in Brookfield, 



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" K ** L a athc r ud hiti, in Dina, Worcettar coan^. 

' & ** SatiiMt, irMflco, ud leather, in Dudley, Worcetter eoonty. 

" 07. " Cotton, wooDenf, bobbbs, &c., in Fitchbiug^ " 

' ML ** HviMH,hati,iC]rtlMt,nkee,lu%,in ** 

' SSI ** Wodlen, cotton, leather, icythee, fcc, in Grafton, Woioe*- 

terdonnty* 
' S30L ** Lieather, chairs, fcc, in Gardner, Worcester ooon^^. 

' S31. "* Iron, hati, telpher, iCraw braid, in Hardwick, woroetlar 

county. 
* S9. *■ L«eatfaer, dotfa^ p*per, cotton batting. Ice, in Harrardi Wor> 

ceater county. 
" tSS. ** Cotton, leather, woollen, Slc, in Hdden, Worcester county. 

** 834. ** I^catfaer, copperas, cards, chairs, in Hubbardston, Worcester 

oounty. 
■* y^ ** Ojttoo, leather, ftc, in Lancaster, Worcestor county. 

*■ t36b ** TRToollen, cards, leather, wire, in Leicester, *^ 

*' 237. " Comba, wool, leather, and paper, in Leomfaister, Worcester 

county* 
" fSS. M Books, chairs, leather, lu^, in Loncnborg, Worcester county, 

"f t fy ** CottOBf machinery, satinet, in Mendon, '* 

" 340. «■ Satinet, scythes, axes, cotton, in Mendon and Douglass, 

Woitester county. 
' 341. «« Cotton, woollen, yam, cutlery, in Milford, Worcester county. 

« 342^ •« 'Woollens, in ICUburg, ** 

* 943. «« Cotton, paper, leather, scythes, trowels, in Milfbrd, Worces- 

ter county. 
'Woollen and cotton machinery, muskets, rifles, in Millord, 

Worcester county. 
Cutleiy, leather, and cotton thread, in Milford, Worcester 

coutttjr* 
Palin-leif hats, in New Braintree, Worcester county. 
^^^ tx Cotton, leather, ftc, in Northborough, *< 

a^^ M Cotton, wodlen, leather, and machines, in Northbridge, 

Worcester county. 
Woollen, hats, and shoes, in North Brookfield, Worcester 

county. * 

Woollen, cotton, satinet, leather, &c., in Oxford, Worcester 

county. 
Leather, hats, and ploughs, in Oakham, Worcester county. 
«« « Boots, chairs, m Paxton, ** 

«« ** Palm-leaf hats, in Petersham, *' 

cs ** *' Cotton, and satinet, m PhilCpston, 

Worcester county. 
•« Cotton, leather, woollens, and chairs, in Princeton and Rut- 

land, Worcester county. 
<« Woollens, leather, &c., in Royalston, Worcester coimty. 

•* Cotton and woollen, in South Bridge^ Worcester county. 

Cotton, scythes, guns. Sec, in Sutton, ^ 

Leather and cotton, in Sturbridge and Charlton, Worcester 
county. 

* Leather, cutlery, hats, kc, in Shrewsbury, Worcester county. 

• «« Straw braid, Sec, in Southborough, " 
^ Woollen, leather, bobbins, flic, in Spencer, <* 
» Leather, scythes, hats, chairs, in Sterling, " 
(* *■ Woollen, tin, iron, iuc., in Templeton, Worcester 

county. 
•> Wooflen yam, leather, fcc, in Upton, Worcester coimty. 

** Satinet and woollens, in Uxbridge, ** 

Cotton, shoes, shuttles, cabinet work, in Uxbridge, Wor^ 
caster county. 
• Leather, scythes, ploughs, in Ward, Worcester coun^. 

** Ploughs, iron, &c., in Westborough, Worcester co* 
Cotton, leather, palm-leaf hats, fai West BoylsUm, Woioe»- 
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Doc 3^ No. S71. Maftnftctiires of Cotton* scydiOB, flee, in Westen* Wonester oonnty. ^ 

** 872. " Satinett chain, leather, &c., in Westminater, Worcester co- ^ 

*' 273. " Woollen, cotton* and leather, in WinchendonyWorceiter CO. ^^ 

" 274. " Tin plate^ sheet iron, copper, &c«, in Worcester, <* ^, 

" 275. «« WooUen, iron, satinet, in «« « Ty, 

** 276. . ** Cotton and woollens, in Webster, Worcester county. 



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quent statements. *" 

ires in, Exeter, Rockingham county. ^■ 

Derry, do ^ 

Chester, do ^ 

Newtown, do b 

New CasUe, do -s 

Newington , do ^ 

Qreenland, do i 

Portsmouth, do 'i 

Sea Brook, do i 

Hampton, do 

Hampton Falls, do 
Rye, do 

Northampton, do 
Stratham, do 

Nottingham, do 

17. Letter from Stephen A. Chase to Daniel P. Drown, onclosing answers to qnes- 
ries proposed b^ Secretary of Treasury. 

18. Answers concermng New Market Maniuacturing Company, in the county of 
Rockingham, appended to No. 17. 

<< 19. Statement of D. S. Pidmer, respecting New Market Manufacturing Company, 

Rockingham county. 
ManuCactuies of New Market, Rockingham county. 
Exeter cotton manufactory, ** 

Hanufactures of Hampstead, ** 

Workshop and household manufactures of Hawke, Rockingham 

county. 
Workshop and household manufactures of Kingston, Rockingham 

coun^. 
Workshop and household manufactures in Poplin,Rockingfaam ca 
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41. Letter from James F. Curtis, agent of Cochico Manufacturing Company, to 
Daniel P. Drown, in answer to questions concerning the value of property 
owned by said company. 

** 42. Statement of Cochico Manufacturing Company, Dover, Staflford county , ac- 
companying letter of J. F. Curtis, No. 41. 

" 43. Letter from Lloyd W. Wells to Daniel P. Drown, in answer to questions pro- 
posed respecting Great Falls Manufacturing Company, Stra£S>rd county. 

** 44. Letter from Lloyd W. Wdls to Thomas E. Sawyer, enclosing No. 45. 

** 45. Answers of the Great Falls Manufacturing Company to questions proposed in 
the circular of Seoretaiy of Treasury. 

** 46. Statement of Great Falls Manufjcturing Company, Strafibrd county. 



INDEX. ^ 

Di&illB^ 47. fltateBMot of Guilfoni lluiaftctiiiiiif Compunr, Guiilbid* StnflM emmtv 
" «. " llaanfiMStaTM of Wakifidd» SGHon, Wotfboroiwli, OMMe 

BrookfieldyStnlfind county. '^' 

" * '^ Cotton mmnn&ctotT» at Dotwv Stnfibrd coontr. 

** Jl. ** Bianoftctorai of Sanbomton, do 

** SU •* Salmon Falla Kana&cturing Company, at Someraworth, Straf. 

fold county. 

St. ** Wkwepeaikifoel^e llanufiurtiirinff Company, Moreditl^Stiaf- 

foid coontT* 

53. *" Ayeiy MannfactQiini^ Company, Herodith, Strafibid county. 

* 54. ** ATery and MelcherCottonyazn Factory, Gilford, Strafibrd county. 

"55. ** Gilfora iron fonndery, « m 

«* 5S. '* Manuftctnea of Dover, « 

"^ 57. «■ CaidwelPs diatiUaiy, DoTcr, « 

"58. ^ Ifanu&ctnrea of Roeheatar and other town% ** 

» 59. ** Workabop and houaehold manufifcturea in Conway, Eaton, 

North Effingham, Tamwortl^ and New Hampton, Stiafibrd 

county. 
«< SO. ** Workabop and houaehold manufiictnrea in Moultonborou^Tuf- 

tenboroui^ and Alton, Stiaflbrd county. 
** 61. ** Woriiabop and household manufactures in GKlford and Mere- 

dith, Straffi>rd county. 
«< 62. ** Workshop and housahold manulacturea m Sandwich, Strafibrd 

county. 
<t 65. ** Workshop and household manufactures in Gilmanton, Stiaflbrd 

coun^. 
«• 64. " Cotton manu&ctory in Lebancm, Grafton county. 

•« 65. * Wodlen ** Bath, do 

•« 66. ** New Hampshire Iron Factory Company in Franconia, Grafton 

counter. 
<« 67. " Franconia upper iron works, Franconia, Grafton county. 

•* 68. Letter from John H. White to D. P. Drown, transmitting returns from Lancas- 
ter, Noxthnmbeiland, and Jefferflon, Coos county. 
•ft %9. %us«inent of workshop and household manufactures, Lancaster, Coos county. 

«* 10. Toitlber ststMient of manufactures in Lancaster, do 

u 71. « ** Workshop and household manufactures in Northumber- 

land uid Jeflbrson, Coos county. 
4* 7J. StafieoMat of workshop and household manufactures in Colebrook, Coos county. 
«« 7^ «« ** ** ** Stewardstown, Coos co. 

c« 74. «« . ** *• " Jackson, do 

M 75. Statement of the manufactures of Bartlett, Coos county. 

«4 76. '* Household manufactures of Stratford and Columbia, Coos co. 

tt 77. « Manufactures of Stratford, Coos county. 

« 78. Letter from J. D. PhilbridL to Daniel P. Drown, enclosing returns No. 79. 

•< 79. Statement of manufSMStures in Piercy, Milan, Berlin, Sbelbume, and Randolph, 

Cooa eountr. 
80. Statement of houaehold manufiictures, Whitefield, Coos county. 

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l! Report of Henry Staik to Secretary of Treasury, witli the subsequent state- 
menta, together with a synopsis A a document marked A. 
A document marked At aocon4>anying the report of Henry ^tark, with returns 
from the coonUes ct Merrimack, Sullivan, Cheshire, and Hillsborough, on 



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«• 3. Statement of mandactares in the towns of AUenston, Pembroke, and Hook- 

■eC, eoonty of Menimack* 
«« 4^ Statement of manufactures in the towns of Andover and Wilmot, county of 



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19. Statement of manufactures of iron in Epsom, Merrimack county. 
15, Do do do Eiopkmton, do 



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** 15. Do mannfiictiueit IfOodoQ, .do 

** 16. Do do New Londoiif Bradford, and Ilshenfieldy li 

madL conntj. 

« 17. Do do Noithfidd and Franklin, Merrimack county 

1& Do do Pittaaeld, do 

19. Do do SaUsbniy, do 

90. Do do Sutton, do 

81. Do do Cantei1>ary Shaker Village, do 

SS. ' Do do Warner, do 

*« 83. Do do Heworth, Snlliyan county. 

84. Do do Coiydon, * do 

85. Do do Comiah, do 

86. Do do Ciarenxmt, do 

87. Do » do Charieaton, do 

88. Do do Goahen, do 
** 89. Statement from Grantham, do 
" 30. Do of aheep, Langdon, do 

31. Do of manufactures m limpater, together with a letter from D 

Smith, showing amount of wool, SuUiv] 

38. Do do Newport* Sullivan 'County. 

33. Do do Plainfield, do 

34. Do of No. sheep in Springfield, do 
'* 35. Do of manufactures in Unity, do 
<< 36. Do do Washini^ton, do 
<* 37. Do of household manufactures m Wendell, Sulliran county. 

38. Do of manufactures in Alstead, Cheshire county. 

39. Do do Chesterfield, do 

40. Do do Dublin, do 

41. Do do FitzwiUiam, do 
48. Do do Gilsum, do 

43. Do do Hinsdale, do 

44. Do do Keene, do 

45. Do do Jaffiwy, do 

46. Do do Marlow, do 

47. Do do Mariborough, do 

48. Do do Nelson, do 

49. Do do Sullivan, do 

50. Do do Stoddard, ^ do 
61. Do do Swanaey, do 
58. Do do Suny, do 

53. Do do Troy, do 

54. Do do Roxbuiy, do 

55. Do do Richmond, do 

56. Do do Rindge, do 

57. Do do Walpole, do 

58. Do do Winchester, do 

59. Do do Westmoreland,* do 
" 60. Letter" firom Oliver Deane to Henry Stark, in answer to inouiries propos 

Secretary of Treasuiy, with reference to the Amoskeig Manufiicturing 
pany, Hillsborough, Hillsborou^ oo\mty. 
" 61. Statement of the manu&ctures in Andiierst, HiUsborongh county. 
68. Do do Brooklyn, do 

63. Do do Antrim, do 

64. Do do Bedford, do 
'* 65. Statement of manufacturss in Dunstable, with documents A No. 66, ] 

No* 67, appended. 
*^ 66. Document A. Statement of manufactures in DunstahUa Hillsborough c< 
** 67. Document B. With further statements of manufactures in Dunstable, 

borough county. 
*< 68. Letter fi^ Ira Chray to denry Stark, answering queries respecting the N 

cotton mill, in Dunstable, If illsborougfa county. 
** 68. Letter from Benjamin F. French to Henry Stark, respecting the Jackson 

pany in Dunstable, EUllsborough countr. 
70. Statement of manufactures in Deering, BuUsborough county* 
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It oi iM B il ft cto BM in GnenfieU, wsHtHrfH^Ji ouuaty. 
Do do Gofttown, do 

Do cotton mMnuhetarj of HUlsboroagh, Hillsboioiigfa county. 

Do do do do 

Do iron manufiustotj of Hudson, 'do 

Do mano&ctoreB in HoUii^ do 

Do do HiOaboroiigiip do 

Do cotton, iron, in Hancock, do 

Do manu&ctuies, and aheep, in Litchfield, do 

Do do ^I^ndeborough, do 

Do do Moont Vernon, do 

Do MiUbrd cotton mill, do 

Do manniactarea in AliUSnl, do 

Do do Bfason, do 

86. Letter from Frederick G. Stark to Henry Stark, with a atatement of manoiac- 
torei in M ancfaaater, Hillaborouirh coontor* 

87. Btatonent of manofiictarea in BCemmack , Hillaborongfa county. 

88. Do do New Boston, do 
99. Do New Ijpswich fiictoiiss, do 

90. Do manawctures, New Ipswich, do 

91. Letter from Jesse Gibson to Hennr Stark, transmitting information in regard 
to mmno&clares in Pelhan^ HiUsboroogfa coonty. 

9S. Letter Irom J. H. Steele to Ebnry Stark, giving information concerning Petsrs- 
boToogfa cotton mills, Petersboroo^ , HillslMrough connty. 

93. Sta tement concemmg manvfrctores m Petersborough, Hillsboroogh county. 

94. Do do do SharoUi do 

95. Do do do Temple and ShaioDf do 
9S. Statsmmt from Society Land and Windaor, do 
97. Do nanufactures in WHton, do 
96u Do do Weare, do 

VERMONT— VOL. I. 

;>ou V ^^ ^- Keport froa&B. F. Bailey to Secretary of Treasniy, remcting the mana&c« 

Xxixes flf Yermont, together with two letters from A. Binney and Sanrael C. 
CiBfb to himself. 
** 1 Letter from Samuel C. Crafts to B. F. Bailey, respecting the manufactures of 

Craftabary, Orleans county. 
S. Letter from A. Binney to B. F. Bailey, tespecting a copperas factoiy in Straf- 

find, Oran^ connty. 
4. Beport from George Paine, assistant, respecting the manufactures in Orange, 
Caledonia, Washington, and Essex counties. 
** 5. Emit from W. H. Penniman, respecting the manulSictures in Franklin and 

Chittenden counties. 
*' 6. St^einent respecting the paper mill and linseed oil factoiy of A. and D. Day, 

Burlington, Chittenden county. 
*' 7. Letter fr^ S. H. Kelloffg to Hon. Wn^. Blade, being a statement of manufiu* 

tnrea in Pittifiird, Rutland county. 
)oc- 7, No. I. Lsttar from Wm. C Bradley to Secretary of Treasury, endoshig answers of 

TBiioos manufacturers to queries propqeed by him. 
9. Answers of certain manufacturers in Vefaont to questions proposed by Secre- 
tary of Treasuiyi, accompanying the letter of Wm. C. Bradley. 
3. Answers of Captam Samuel Cnttm^, owner of paper mill, to queries proposed 
by Secretary of Treasury, respectmg a paper null in Guilfi)rd, Windbun co. 
** 4. Answers of Captain Jonah Cutting to questions proposed by Secretary of Trea- 

sury, respectmg an oil mill in Guilford^ Winoham county. 

RHODE ISLANIV-VOL. L 

he, 8, No. 1- Roport from Samuel Slater to Secretaiy of Treasury, containing a general 

aommary of the manufrctures of Rhode Island. 

M 9. Statement respectmg the Crompton miDk Waiwich, Kent county. 

«< 9. Do do Natic cotton mills, do do 

«< 4. I^ do Whitman's &ctory, do do 

<i 5. Do do. Awkwiightootton mills, Warwick, Blent county. 



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Doc. 6, No* 6. SlitMMiit letpeetbg the Qmene Mannftctniing Company* WarwidL, Kent o 

** 7. Do do cotton mUli, Natic TiUage, do I 

<« & Do do Rhode* and Son*8 cotton factory, do do ifi^ 

«< 9. Do do Clarke*8 cotton factory, do do «^ 

" 10. Do do lippet Mannfacturing Company, do do 

** 11. Do do Wood and Johnson's cotton factory, do do 

** 1% Do do Carrin^n mill, Cumberland, Providence county, t^m 

** 13. Do do White Stone &ctorT, do do i^ 

*• 14. Do do Legroua and Hams'a a&tinet factory, Cumbeiland ^i 

rrovidlence county. ttie 

** 15. Do do Bellefonte mills, Cranston, Providence county. ^ j 

16. Do do Ujuon mills, Johnston, do ^^ 

17. Do do Ifill Merino, do do yif, 
la Do do Steam Cotton Kanu&ctoring Company, Providence, -.^ 

Providence county. ^^ 

** 19. Do do Allen's woollen mill. Providence, Providence county. . 

*< 2a Do do Randill's mills, North Providence, do 

*' 21. Do do United Manufacturing Company, Providence, Provi- 

dence county. 
*' 22. Do do cotton mill, village of Pawtuqket, North Providence, 

Providence county. 
*« 23. Do do Georgia Hanu&ctunng Companyj Smithfield, North * 

Providence, Providence county. * 

« 24. Do do Allen's cotton mills. Smithfield, North Providence, ■ 

Providence coun^. ^ 

'* 25. Statement of Jenk's cotton mill, Smithfield, Providence county. < 

** 96. Do Central falls mill, do do 

" 27. Do Scott & Co., cotton mill, Smithfield, Providence countyt 

'* 28. Do Lippett ManufkcUiiing Company, Kent township. Providence 

county. 
" 29. Do Fiskville mills, Smithfield, Providence county. 

'* 30. Do Richmond Manufacturing Company, Smithfield, Providence co. 

** 31. Do Hope factory, do do 

** 32. Do cotton mill, do do 

** 33. Do Wakefield mills. South Kingston, Washington county. 

** 34. Do Burtonville mills, Richmonc^ do 

" 35. Do Belleville mills. North Kingston, do 

** 36. Po cloth factoiT, Rocky Brook, . do 

<< 37. Do Enterpdie mctonr, Portsmouth, Newport, do 

<* 38. Do Newport steam factory, do do 

<* 39. Do 2 cotton mills, similar, name not put down. 

** 40. Do Hope mill, Scituate. 

** 41. Schedule of the manofiusture of Rhode Island. 
Doc. 19. Letter on the manufacture of cotton, m Providence; additional paper inserted at the 
end of second volume. 

CONNECTICUT— VOL. 1. 

Doe. 9, No. 1. Letter from H. L. Ellswordk to Secretary of Treasury, transmitting statistical 

information with respect to manufactures in the State of Connecticut 
«« 2. Letter finom H. L. Ellsworth to Secretary of Treasury, with letters as follows: 

^* 3. Letter (nm Mr. Andrews, agent, answering queries proposed by Secretary oi 

Treasury. 
<* 4. Letter from Mr. Stubbins on expediency of adopting the general principles of 

the Secretary's report. 
<< 5. Letter fiiom Bir. De Forrest'respectme cotton statistics. 

Letter firom Wm. Sherwood to H. L. Ellsworth, expressing opinion respecting 

Secretary's report. 
** 6. Letter from H. L. Ellsworth to Secretary of Treasury, endoeing vonchera to 

the report of mianufiusturing statistics of Connecticut 

7. Statement of the manufactures in New Britain Sodety, Berlin, Hartford county. 

8. Do Eagle Manufacturing Company, do 

9. Do dty of Hartford, do 
" 10. Do Hudson's paper mills, Hartford, do 
*< 11. Do Hartford Manvfiicturing Company, do 






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Pk it Ho. 11 fl hlMDent of Maribowm^ mill^ HftitfcidcoaBtT 

•• a po MandiMter mflb^ ^ ^* 

89 BULna&cturiiig establuhmentSf New Britain, do 

fbrtlier manofiictarei^ New Britain, do 

Imther manufiMtiirei^ New Britain Society, Berlin* do 
brass foundries, New Britain Society, Benin, do 

manu&ctiins in TarifiVille^ do 

carpet manqfactoiy, Sanbiiri% do 

iron castings mannfitctoiy, Windsor, do 

Ousatonic Mannfacturing Company, Litchfield county, 
cotton factory in Gfoshen, do 

wooUoi do do do 

*« 94. I>o Hitchcock's chair fiictory, Baskbausted, do 

'* IS. IX> Kent Furnace Company, Kent, do 

'« M. I>o Litchfield, do 

" 97. IX> iron furnace, Litchfield, do 

*' 88. I>o numnfrctures in Tozrington, do 

" 99L I>o do Middletown, Ifiddlesex county. 

*' 30. Do do Merideo, New Haven county. 

** 31. l>o do New HaTen, do 

•• 39. Do do Waterbuiy, do 

*' 33L Do 6 cotton ftetories in Griswold, New London county. 

<■ 34. Do woollen, leather, and silk, in Lisbon, do 

" 35. Do hardware manu&ctoi^, New London, do 

•« 30. Do cotton, &c, in Norwidi, do do 

** 37. Do cotton, paper, &c, in Hebron, Tolland county. 

** 38. Do 9 cotton mills, in Tolland county. 

** 39. Do satinet manufilctoiy in Vernon, Tolland county. 

«• 40. Do cotton manufactory in Hampton, Windham county. 

*■ 41. Do Pomfret ManufacturingCompany, Pomfret, Windham county. 

*■ 48.. Do shoes man ufac t u r e d in Woodstock, do 

** 43. Do manufactures in Bridgeport, Fairfield county. 

do Danbwy, do 

^« ^. T>o do hat% shoei^ and combs, in Ridgefield, Fairfield CO. 



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NEW YORK— VOL. H. 

Doc. VOi No. 1. R«lM»t of Alvin Bronson to Secretary of Treasury, transmitting information 

conecming the cotton, woollen, iron, and salt manufactories, in the State 
of New Totk, t<^gether with answers firom gentlemen to questions Nos. 30, 
38^ and 38, m SMretary's circular. 

[(kftttmJ\ 

*• 8. Statement respecting the cotton manufactory of Benjamin Johnson, Pough> 

keepsie^ Dutchess county. 

3. Statement respecting the fanners cotton manu&ctory» Schaghtiookeb Renssa* 
lasreounty. 

4. Statement respecting the PhoDnix cotton manufactory^ Middlefield, Otsego 6o. 
~ Hope do Otsego^ do 

Oaksrille do do 

Union do Hartwick, do 

do do Buttemutts, do 

£. Fairman k Co.'s cotton manufiietory, Brown- 

▼ille^ Jeflbrson county. 
L. Beebee k Cc's cotton manufactory, Watertown, 

Jefi*er8on county. 
New Berlin cotton manufactory, New Berlin, Che» 

nango county. 
Reed uid Walston's cotton manufactory, Living- 

ston, Columbia coun^. 
J. Wild's cotton manufactory, Hudson, Columbia 

county. 
Columbia Manafacturing Company of cotton, Stny* 

yesant, Columbia county. 
Hudson calico print works, Hudson,' Columbia co. 



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Doc; 10» No* 16* Btetamentrespectiiig the cottoa iiuunfiiCioiy« SaDfftifieldi Oiiiid& ooowtv. * rL 
«< 17. Do Ondda Mapqfiichifmg Compaay of cotton» Whitcfy* 

town, Oneida coontj. |^ 

« 18. Do Utica Cotton Mannfacturing Companj, New Hart ^ 

fordy Oneida CQnnty. *■* 

<« 19. Do cotton iactocyof New UartldidMannfiMtaringCom .'•A 

panT, New Haitloid, Oneida county. ihf 

«« 80. Abstract of the cotton factonea in New York. Ha 

IWbolkn.] y' 

81. Statement of Glenham woollen manufactory» Fishkilly Dntcheaa county. |^ 

Bower and Kirk's wooUen factory, Poughkaepsie^ do ^m 

J. and J. Wadsworth's do do do hii 

« 84. Do Tho's Williams & Sons do do do 1^ 

domestic cloths manufactored in State of New York, in 1884. w 
flannel manufactoiy, Hudson, Colmnbia county. JJ 

John B. Yates's woollen manuiactoiT, Suliiran, Madison oo. ^ 
Oiiskany manufiuitory of cloths and casaimeresi, Whitestown, ^, 
Oneiaa'county. H 

Drake and StacT's woollen factory, Brownville, Jefibrson county, y 
Kimball's wooUen factorr, Watertown, do . 

** 31. Do manu&ctory of Indian blankets in Bufialo» Erie eounty. ^ 

.do woollen^ Sidney, Delaware county. ^ 

'* 33. Abstract of certain woollen iactoriesm New York. 

" 35. Lettor from Newton Dexter to John A. Dix, enclosing answers to 7 queries ^ 

proj^sed to him. I 

'* 36. Questions proposed* answered by N. Dexter, agent Oriakany Man'g Com'y. \ 

** 37* Statement of the iron works of the Peru Company, Peru, Clinton counter* | 
*' 38. Letter firom Ezra Williams to John A. Dix» respecting the iron works of the 

Peru Company, in Peru*' Clinton county, with an enclosed schedule. 
** 39. Letter from Eara Williama to John A. Dix, answering queries respecting iron 

manufactures. 
'* 40. Statement of joint stock manufactory of rolled iron and cut nailsi in Peru. 
« 41. Do iron works at Carthage, in Wilna, Jeflbrson county. 

" 48. Do George Gbulding^ iron fketory, Watertown, Jefoson county. 

« 43. Do Lord and Skumer's do Brownyille, do 

** 44» Do manufiiGtoiy of wrought and cast iron in Malon, Franklin oo> 

<* 45. Do do iron uid doth in 8aekett*s harbor, Jeffisrson oo. 

«< 46. Do Hendrick Seymour k Co., manufactory of cast iron in Wolcott, 

Wayne county. 
** 47. Do Tucker and Gilbert's establishment for manufacturing iron, On- 

tario, Wayne county. 
<< 48. Abstract of the iron manufactures in the State of New York. 
** 49. Statistics of the valley of the Au SaUe river, Essex and Clinton counties. 
«< 50. Onondaga salt works in Salina, Onondaga coun^. 
** 51. Statistics along and near the Esopus cre», Ulster county. 
** 58. Letter from B. B. Howell to John A. Dix, respecting the prices of iron. 
** 53. Answers of F. Thompson to queries proposed to him, concerning frauda, Buc. 
** 54. Letter from Jacob Walden to John A. Dix, expressing an opinion in acharge 

in the existing mode of levying and coUecting duties on woollens, flpc. 
** 55. Letter from the OiieidaManuactttring Society, answering a query concerning 

board of the manufacturing laborers. 
** 56. Letter fnm A. Bronson to Secretary of Treasury, transmitting answers by 

several gentlemisn of New Yorii, to queries proposed by him. 
** 57. Questions and answers on minimums, frauds, Iw., on imported woollens. 

NEW JERSEY— VOL. H. 

Deo* llf No* 1* Report of Chariea Kinsey to Secretary of Treasury, respecting the ootton 

uid wooUen mannfiustiirsi of New Jersey* 

iCaUon.] 
'* 8. Statement of Pndl and Brolher^i ootton mill, mBeigen county. 





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S. SuCcmcntof Munn fc Whitehead's cotton mill, Oodwinville, Betgcn county. 
■1 Do Jamrg Rainiac^s calico printingr, iIq 

John Trarcn' manuiacture of canvaas, in Patcrson, Essex co. 

John W. Bcny's cotton eetablishnicnt, do 

Thonias Walk^s printing and bleaching cst&blittliment, Ac- 
quacknoQck, Essex county. 

J. Truslec's calico printing, Rahway, Essex county. 

William H. Morris's cotton factory, Tlunlnrdon countv. 

Collet and Smith's do Patcrson, Essex county. 

Daniel Holman's do . 

' Ridgeway imd Dickey's do 

Warren Hoighf s do 

Benson and Godwin's* . do 

Paul and Bcgg's ' do 

Rogers, KecSom, & Co.*0 do 

Ptunkett and Tliompson*^ do ' 

Qodwin'atrd Clark's do 

Olark and Robinson's do 
^ Caleb Jil. Godwin's do 

John Colt's ^ . ' do 

James Hoy's do Tienton, Hunterdon co. 

*•* ^. Schedule of cotton manufactures in State of New Jersey. 

IWooUen,] 

** it, Sutcraent of Wm.. Bowne,. respecting woollen factory in Rahway, Essex co. 

2.>. Do RobcrtThomuson'scarpet manufactory in Bergen county. 

86. Do Barrow &. Co. ^B satinet'. -"^do Patcreon, Essex co. 

** 37. Do John Morron'i; woollen. do du do 

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2S. Letter fiom J. R. Clawson,to Charles K^nsey, enclosing statements of 4 wool- 
len factories in' Salem county, as foUowst 
29. Statement of Pilesgtore- woollen factory, in ?ildsgrovc^ ^alem county . 
** 30. Do . ' ' Richmoiid do do dp 

*• 31. Po' * Nitrous factory in PittsgTovo, do 

yz. Do ^ Woodstono do 'do do 

ZX Scbedslecf woollen manufactures in State of.Kew Jersey. 
34L Chdiieg Einsey to Secretaiy of Treasury, respcscting iron manufactures uf 

XcwJeiBoy. „ 
35. Statcnteot of Joseph Jackfton & Sons, respecting imn made and bought at 
tlieir works in Uockaway, Morris county, together wi^i an enclosed Htatf - 
mi'Ut iff. value of property. ^ , 

** 36. Statement of Wm. Jacksori's iron factory, Rockaway, Morris county. 
'* 37. Do' . Green & Wetmora*B iron factoiy, Brontonj. do* 
3d. DoJM)^ McFarlanejk.Ayres do Dover, do 

'' 3l^ Schedule of iron manufactures in State of New Jersey. 

40. 5tat«!mentof Benjainin Bevis, concerning the iron manufacturer in West Jer- 
sey, ehdoeing a gross statement of the iron works in West Jersey, iDclud- 
ing Monmouth county. 
li. No. I. Further report of Charles Kinsey to Secretary of Treasury, containing ag- 
gregate aitatatqcnt qf iron, woollen, and cotton manufactories, State of New 

Jersey. , " • 

Rtvicw of the tariff policy, by Andrew Gray» of Newark; additional paper inj^c rtcii 
at the end of the^ecoiid volume. 



PENNSYLVANIA— VOL. II. 




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agent, Andrew M. Prcrost;, concerning manufactures in ea.stcm diftric t of 
theSute. ^ . • 

«. Report of Andrew M. Prevost to commissioners of Pennsylvania, with the 
following enclosures, viz. 

3. Abstract ol tfte iron works of Berks county, marked A. 

4. Do manufactori.?a in northeatstem part of'Pliiladelphia coiuity 

marked B. 

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Doc. 18, No. 6^ Abstract of the manufactoriei in Delawazt* Philadelphia county, marked :. •. 
*• 6. Do iron works, Schuylkill, do do 

« . 7. Do do luancastery do do ^ 

*• 8. Do do York, do do 

•< 9. Condensed statement of the manufacturer'a answers to questions propos . ! r^ 

in Secretary's letter, from l to 40, marked 61. ^'T 

« 10. Do do do do marked G 1, G '_^ 

A file containing the original of those answers, mariied H. 
'* 11. 1. A letter of Wm. B. Whitaker, containing answers. 
** 18. .8. . Do J. Horrocks, containing answers concerning the Frankfo ]]; 

cotton dying establishment, Fhiladeljihia county* ' '' 

<* 13. 3. Do John P. Crozcr, containing answers concerning a cotton spi -^ " 

ning mill, in Ashen, Delaware county. 
** 14. 4. (Enclosure accompanjring document marked H.) Letter from Jam •— *' 

Ronaldson, concerning cotton spinning mill in Delaware county. ~' 

15. 5. Enclosure accompanying letter from Brower, Templin, & Co. , concemic '■^'*' 
. the Philadelphia braziers' foundry. ;-•■*: 

16. 6. Enclosure accompanying letter from Craige,HoIihc8, and Crajge, concen I: =* 
ing Globe miU.eBtablishment, Philadelphia county. •::^« 

17. 7. Enclosure accompanying letter from Norton and Henry Coates, concen ..•^ 
ing iron factory, Chester county. '/li-*- 

18. 8. Enclosure accompanying letter from John Bancroft, concerning woolle j»r.* 
factory, Proridence, Delaware county. ^a*: 

'* 19. 9. Enclosure accompanying letter from Henry Gordan & Co<, conceminf:.^ . 

iron factory, Stroudsborough, Northampton county.. a y 

80. 10. Enclosure accompanying letter from Wagner and Brothers, concemini . ,^ 
eottoh fhctory, Mauayunk, Philadelphia county. ^"^ 

81. 11. Enclosure accompanying letter from Wistar and Fisher, conccrnin^^^ 
. Wakefield mills, Philadelphia county. ^i 

89. 18. Enclosure .accompanying letter from W. B. Jenks & Co., concerning ^^ 

cotton yam' factory. New Hope, Bucks county . ~ 

■* 83. 13. ^Enclosure accampanying letter.firom Henry Moore, concerning Old Sa-^ 

> ble works, Delaware county . "J 

'* 84. 14. Endosoro accampanying letter from Samuel and James Riddle, con-'^^ 

ccming cotton spinning mill, Chester creek, Delaware county. ^'|^' 

** 85. 15. EnclosureaccompanyingletterfromWm. Darling, concerning Joanna. V 

furnace, Berkb county. ^ 

** 86. 16. Enclosure accompanying letter from Cardon and Saudrian , concerning ^ 

Victoria forge, Dauphin county, marked D D, some of the original do- ^ 

cumentfly from wluch Uie informatbn in abstract A b derived . ^ 

87. Statement of Massillon furnace and forges. * ^ 

HonewcU do > 

SaUy Ann do ^ 

Dowell (|o 
Spring forge. 
Upper Mount Pleasant forges. 

do do and bloom forges. 

District forge. 
Joanna furnace. 
Dale forge. . 

Reading and Windsor furnaces, Speedwell foige. 
Mary Ann furnace. 
Doc. 14*, No. I. Letter from Secretary of Treasunr to Speaker of Ho. Reps. U. S., trans- 
mitting returns relating to manufactures in western district of Pennsylvania. 
*• 8. Report of W. Foster and David Lynch to Secretary of Treasury, respecting 

manufactures in western district Pennsylvania, transmitting the following 
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gliany county. 

4. Do John Hartnian's iron foundry ,*Birmingbani, Alleghany county. 

5. Do Leonard, Scmpic, and Leonard's iron works, Pituburgh, Alle- 

ghany county. 

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3f- DO Abraham G^* foundry. 

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u INDEX. 

Doc. 14, No. 66. Statement of Lyon, Fofftcr, & Co.'8 iron works, Boldeaglc, Huntingdon < 

**■ 67. Do Pennsylvania furnace, do 

<( 69. Do Jones and Evcr's air foundry, Blairsvillc, Indiana county. 

" 69. Do McKinney'a forge, Lycoming county. 

<< 70. Do Russel and Co.'s iron works, Lycomiiiff county. 

«< 71. Do Kirk, Kelton, Sc Co.'a forge, do 

*' 72. Do Hepburn and Langcakie forge, do 

«* 73. 'Do * Niscopcck forge, Luzerne county. 

" 74. Do . Laycock'B foundry, do 

'* 75. Do Hu ling's furnace, MifiUn county. 

** 76. Do W. & G. Norris's blast furnace and forge, MifBin county 

<' 7jp Do Patton's blaU furnace, do 

'* 7o. Do Cogswell, Weeks, & Cc's iron foundry, do 

« 79. Do W. & A. Couch's forges, ' do 

** 80. Do Wallace's furnace, do 

" 81. Do Johns and Hoffinan's forge, Northumberland county. 

8S. Do Joseph Bhoads's foundry, do 

83. Do Evans's forgo and furnace. Union county. 

84. Do Modcrwell's forge, do 

85. Do Toonista filooming, Venango county. 



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86. Do ' Hay's forse, do 

*< 87. Do Franklin forge, do 

** 88. Do Oil Creek furnace, do 

*' 89. Do Clarion furnace, do 

*• 90. Do Venango furnace, do 

" 91. Do Franklm furnace, do 

'*< 92. Do Sen. Kendrick, silver pUitc manufactory, Wasliington eou] 

" 93. Do Ross furnace, Westmoreland county. 

[Woollen,] 

<< 94. Do Andrew Murphy'n woollen manufactory, Alleghany cuunt; 

« 95. Do Artliur's woollen factory, do 

<( 96. Do Townsend^s do Fallston, Beaver county. 

« 97. Do Elder's do do 

98. Do Lutz's do Bedford county. 

99. Do Keagy's do do 
100. Do Kubler's do Centre county. 

<« 101. . Do . Williams's do do 

<« 102. Do Manser's do do 

** 103. Do fulling mills in Crawford county. 

" 104* Do David Dewey's woollen factory, Crawford county. 

<< 105. Do Burchard's do do 

106. Do Millard's do Columbia county. 

107. Do Eves's do do 

108. Do Montgomery's do do 

109. Do Hart's ^ do do 

** 110. Do Mrs. M. Montgomery's woollen factory, Columbia count> 

*' 111. Do Hill's wool and cotton factory, Erie county. 

*^ i 12. Do Innis's woollen factory, do 

*< 113- Do Stevenson's woollen factory, Fayette county. 

« 114. Do Willings's do do 

** 115. Do Bracken & Rogers's woollen factory, Fayette country- 

" 116. Do Trevor, Foster, &Co.'s rfo do 

<* U7. Do Drake and Co. 's do Clarksville, Greene c 

** 118. Do Gardner's do Huntingdon ICounty. 

" 119. Do CromwelPs fulling mill, do 

<< 120. Do Giboney's do do 

*' 121.- Do McKoivan's fulling and carding factory, do 

122. Do Martin's do do do 

123. Do Richard's wool(pn factory, Indiana county. 

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3oc 14, No. 185. Statement of Johnson and Stockton*! paper manufactoiy, Fallaton, Beaver co. 
** 186, Bo ' Sharpless & Co.'i paper mill, Columbia county. 
*( 187. Do Magaw*f straw paper mill» MeadviUe, Crawford county. 

<< 188. Do Peltoa's paper manufactoiy^ Erie county. 

*' 189. ^ Do Trevor & Uo.'s paper manufactory, Fayette county. 

190. Do ^ Redston's do do do 

191. Do McC'ahan's do do Huntingdon county; also 

grist mill and oil mill. 

193. Do Alexander & Co.'s paper miU, Luzerne county. 

*' 193. Do L. B. & C. P. Mark's paper miU, Westmoreland county. 



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194b Do Curiing & Son's flint glass manufactory, Alleghany county. 

1 95. Do ^akewell. Page, & BtSLewell's flint glass manufactory, Allegha- 

hy county. 

196. Do Taylor &• Co.'s window glass and glass ware manufactory, Fa- 
»;^ yette county. 

197. ' Do Martin and Baker's window glass manufactory, Percyopolis, 

Fayette county. 

198. Do Bridgeport glass works, Fayette county. 

*' 199. Do ^ Reaslire do do . • 

i* 200. Do *" Black & Cc's glass works, Greene county. 

iLeather.] 

" 801. Do Caldwelfs leather manufactory, Pittsburgh, Alleghany county. 

•* SOS. Do Hays's do do do do 

J* 803. Do Trimble's do do Armstrong county. 

'< 804. Do J. & W. Reynolds's leather manufactory, Armstrong county. 

«f ' 805. ^ Do J. Wort's do 

** 806. Do Potter's manufactory of leather, 

■« 807. Do Craig's do do 

" 808. Do Barton's do do 

« 809. Do Shields's 66 do 

'< 810. Do Arnold's do do 

*< 811. Do ScoU's do do 

" 818. Do Stokes's do do 

** 813. Do Moorehcad's manufactory of leather, Sharon, Beaver county. 

** 214. Do Adams's do do Qreen county. 

« 215. Do MeAllister's do do do 

*^ 216. Do Lindslcy's do do do 

« '817. Do Cottcviirs do do do 

*' 818. Philson's abstract return of articles manufactured in Somerset county. 

" 819. Statement of Wolffs tannery, Washington cotfhty. ^ 

" 820. Do Hughes's do do • 

« 881. Do Walker's do do 

" 888. Do Sharp's do do 

" 883. Do Bell's do do 

** 884. Do Johnston's summary of taimeries, in Westmoreland county. 

/* 825. Do McQuistcm & Parker's tanneries, in Butler qounty. 

'** . 826. Do Marshall's tannery do 

** 227. Do Geichler & McJunkin's tannery, in do 

" 228. Do J. & R. Reid's do do 

" 289. Do McGee & Arnold's do do 

<■ * 830. Do Stratton's tannery, Crawford county. 

** 831. Do Williamson's tannery, do 

*■ 232. Do Henry's do do 

^' 233. Do Clark's do MeadviUe, Crawford county. 

** 834'. Do Davis's do do do 

" 835. Do Frazicr's do do do 

«< 836. Do Bcnct's . do do do 

«« 237. Do . Brown's do do do 

«' 238. Do Bradley's do do do 



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xxW INDEX. 

Dor. 1 4, No. 300. Statement of Book & Eaton's saddlery and harness manufactory, New Bed- 
ford, Washington county. 
*< 301. Johnston's summary of saddle manufactures in Westmoreland county. 

lHaf8.] 

•< 303. Statement of McConnelPs hat mamifactory, in Armstron<7 county. 

•< 303. ■ Do Shively & McCleury's hat manufactory in Beaver county. 

«• 304. Do Gilmer's do 

" 305. Do Buhl's do 



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306. Do Lewis's do 

807. Do Georflre's do 

•« .303. Do Rockwell's .. do 

" 30y. Do Parkinson's do 

•' 310. Do Batiiil's . do 

•• 311. Do Swan's do 

** 312. Do Porter's do 

•« 313. Do Bontlcy Sc Roberts's do 

314. . • Do Justice's do 



«( 



do 
do 


Butler county, 
do 


do 


Crawford county. 


do 
do 


Eric county, 
do 


do 
do 


Greene county, 
do 


do 


do 


do 


Sharon, Mercer co. 


do 
do 


Harlemsbur;^, do 
Newcastle, Mercer 


do 


county 
do do 


do 


do do 


do 


Pulaski, do 



•* 315. Do ^ McMillen's do 

«« 316. Do. Cox's do 

«« 317. Do Cxawiord'fl do 

'* 3 IS. Do . manufactures in Warren county, Saylc'a factory of hats. 

** 319. Do Kirk's hat factory, Washington county. 

**' 326. Do Hemmou's hat factory, do 

•* 321. Do McKeever & Cary's hat factory, Washington county. 

'* 322. Johnston's summary of hat iiianufactonos in We<«tmoreland county. 

** 323. Abstract of all the manufactures of Pennsylvania. 

" 324. Recapitulation of do do 

DELA^VARE— VOL. II. 

DtiC. 15t No. 1. Report of Andrew Gray to .Secretary of Trcasuiy, witli an enclosure con- 
taining; a list. of the manufaciurcs making no returns, together with a con- 
dens.'d view uf the information relating to manufactures in Di^laware. 
** 2. The crtiiden.'ied viow of the mnnufactorics in each of tlie counties uf the State 

of Delaware, app^'ndcd to letter of A. Gray. 
" 3. Statement of K. J. Dupont's powder factory, ^('wcastle county, rclerrcd to 

in A. Gray's report. 
" 4. Do Charles J. Dupont's woollen factory, Newcastle county, re- 

ferred to in A. Gray's report. 
" 5. Do Jacob Puscy's cotton spinning factory, Newcastle county, re- 

ferred to in A. Gray's report. 
" 6. Do J. Sc A. Patterson's tannery, Smyrna, Rent county, referred to 

in A. Gray's report 
*H 7. 9^ Do W. D. Waplos's blast furnace, Sussex county, referred to in A. 

* Gray's report. 

*< 8. Do A. V. Murphy's manufactory of wool and bUck oak bark, 

Smyrna, Rent county. 
J. G. Oliver's manufactory of black oak bark, Milford, Kent co. 
J. M. Darby's leather factory, do do 

Thomas Cl^rk*^ do Frederica, do 

Catlin Sc Green's do Willow Grove, do 

Benson 8c Catt's coach manufactory, Smyrna, do 

* ,. .^»«.»»...»1 table of Kent county. 

15. Stateoicnt of A. Marvers leatlier factory, in Georgetown, Sussex county. 

Richards' do do do 

Hall k.Uazzard's Icatlicr factory, Miltnn, Sussex county. 
Wm. Bunnell's do Georgetown, do 

A. Nibby's , do Milton, do 

A. Marshall's do do 

S. Pretty man's forge, do 

Afra Haines's furnace, do 

P. F. Cau:9ey's manufactory of oak bark and lin^-eed, Sussex 
county. 





9. 


Do 




10. 


.Do 




• 11. 


Do 




12. 


Do 




13. 


• Do 




14. 


SUtisti 




15. 


Stateoi 




16. 


Do 




17. 


Do 




18. 


Do 




19. 


Do 




20. 


Do 




21. 


Do 




23. 


Do 




23. 


Do 



zxvi 



INDEX. 



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it 



m 



Doc 15, No. 8t. StateoMiit of A. Fountain*! gnia mill* Newcastle county. 

87. Do S. McDanieVs noar and saw mill , Newcastle county. 

88. Do H. Batten's flour and meal mill, do 

89. Do Wra. Batten's do do do 

90. Do J. & J* Harian^ flonr and^peal mill, do 
^ 91. Tabular statement of millers in NewcasUe county. 

Boc. 16, No. 1. Report of Joshua Gilpin to Secretary of Treasury, respecting the manufact 

of Delaware, accompanied by the following, viz. 
** 8. List of the manufactories in Delaware, together with statements from var ^.. 
manufacturers in the State. '^v, 

3. Notes on the history and principles of a tariff and pabHc la)bor> signed Joi 
GUpin. 



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OHIO— VOL. n. 

Doc. 17, No. 1. Report of Morgan Nerille to Secretary of Treasury, respecting the manul 

tures of Ohio, transmitting a country statement and city stattment. 
" 2. Country statement 
" S. City statement t 



11 



3 [ Doc. No. 308. ] [1 

in lui power to aiifwer; the retult of which wOl be found on iheet nirkedNa 1, aceompMiy-^yM 
my this{ but the dffecton of the Gardiner fitctory declined amwering any of them» aldiougfa^t^ 
tiRce called upon by me^ and once written to on the aubjeot I hopscrer found, by inmiiiyf ^,^ 
that their operations ai« about one-third more than dioie at Wiilfhropi and, owing to a n^oi^^tf 
able location, and other facilities for carrying on their bunness, their profits must have been» ^■ 
during the year ending September last^ fuUy 35 per cent. They maun&cture the laae ^| 
article as is manufactured at Winthrop. ,^ 

Within the territoiy allotted to me, I found one woollen &ctofy for the manufacture of ' , 
casnnerei^ trtablished at Ilexter, in tiie eoun^ of Penobacdl^ (see No. S,) am^one cotton "' 
and woollen factoiy for the manufactire of satmeti^ at Bristol, in the county of Lincob, (aee 
No. 3.) * 

Tlie manu&cture of woollen, and of cotton and woollen cloths, in fionilies, is very extensively *' 
eairfed on. Ordinarily Uiree-fburths of all the wool raised in the State is manu&ctnred in * 
this way; but owingto me lugh price of wool last year, h is estimated, by good judges that '^ 
MHy one-half was purchased up for the fiictories in other States. The whole amount of *i 
wool raised in tl^ Stirte is estimated at 1,604,718 pounds. This result is obtained by taking ^ 
ft* mari>cr of sheep retained, under oa^ t^ the assessors of towns^ to ^e Legisbi^^ 
ywy and attowing three pound upon an ayenige to each head* 

The u n pitesw wi among mteDigent gentlemen with whom I l»Te eonrersed, is^ diat the 
dotgr upon woollens and oottems migfat be adrantageously reduced, and the factories still b* 
able to carnr on their busiiiess at a rate of profit connderably above what is realized in other 
btuohea flCbosinesa. 

lliere is no iron manufiictured from the oret in tins part of tiie State. There are, how- 
cnrefy acnrcfal fhmaoea 6r raitingfc I found one at Badi, in the county of linoofait (see No. 
4»>«BBatGaidiner»«nd«w at WaterviUe^ k the county of BMnebecf one atBaekapott^ 
htlhiiwnntyof HancortlTiaqdaa their opentiona are toabovt the ssme extant as that at 
BirfiLIieftrvaato1iiea6eoiuit({ivenoftfaatfaiNa4^ as spplMble to these. 

I mnd ft amossible to aeoertam Uie exact quantity of iron wed in Mainei but ftooi tha 
best data I could get,andfipom estimations and particular e xami nations made in serendetandarA 
towns, I am led to bdiere^ that, dnriiMP die year ending September last, tlwre was oonsssned 
hi the towns widun my liinitii not fitf from seven tons to eveiT 1,000 inh^ Thisesli* 

mate includes nails and the iron uaed In ridp bitfldfaig, 'whk^ was extansivelv earned on 
during the past seaaon. AlKJUtone-oxteenthoftiieqiuintity was American iron, aa I was m- 
ftmed by blartsmiths in variooa parts of the State. 

I found, as the reittlt of my inquiries respecting tanneries, 3008 vats in Kennebee, lOOt 
m Ptoobscot, 640 in WaUo, lOTi in lincofai, 880 in Somerset, 376 m Hancock, iro in 
Wsahbgton. 

' It is estimated that about 10 per cent of all the leather tanned in the State is exported to 
other States, snd that about three-fourths of the amount thus exported^ is returned again 
manufiiotured in boots and ihoea and hamessea. I found it difficult, and mdeed next to fan- 

ei^ to sscertain the amount of shoes and boots manufiwtuMdi as in the smaUer and mid- 
mitd towns very many of the fiNrmers and laborers manufkctnre their own, and soma 
of them work a mon^ or two in the cM season, and yet these individuals are not known M 
ahoemakers. There are something like six thousand ^QUsnwoftii of riioes and boota slo- 
ped from this part df Mabe, annuuly, to Boston, New York, and Philadeljdiia, and tether 
aontli, and occasionaUy a few to the West Indies and South America. 

Tftnning has always been profitable. No bosmess more so. It has beeit usual to tan and 
euny at the halves, but since tsnneries have nniltipfied, and competition increased, one^tldrd 
IS &at getting to be the standard price among the tanners. g 

There are two inart>U manufootories in this part of the State; both at Thomaston. Their 
operations^ buildinga, and capital empkqred, and every thinsp ebe in relation to tiiem, are 
about equal, and No. 5, may be referred to as containing the mfbrmation AHrt^ntd of each. 
The owner of one of them toid me that the duty on imparted marble is fully high enough^ 
but that large quantities are smu^ed through Vennont, firom abroad, without the payment 
of the duty, under the denomination of Vermont marble. 

There are 48 fulling and clothing nulls in Kennebec, 36 in Penobscot, 31 in Waldo^ 33 in 
I^Aln, 25 in Somerset, 16 in Hancock, and 13 in Washmgton. Their real estate and fix- 
tores will average about #1,300, and their yearly^ expense for materials about #300; about 
one-fi)urth brinff foreign. Two oersons are required for each establishment, at an average 
oomiensation of |35 per month, tor about 8 months of the rear. 

There are 51 carding machines in Kennebec, 35 in Pemiscot, 34 in Waldo, 55 in Lincoln, 
S3 in Somerset, 19 in Hancock, and 13 in Washington. 

At Eaatpoit^ in the ooonty of Washington, there is an extenrive salt manvftctoty, and 
another in progres s at Dennynrille. The cost of tlie real estate and fixturesof ^ one at 
BMtpoit, was tbout iUO,O0q. There Ae 11 pans m constant use, ^.^ by 80 In dittien- 

naimlfteinrBd 



epoii weighing 6 tons. 1800 hnsheh of ntterarenamifcelBrai daily mpos 'an aifttagi^p 



4 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



DocuuvT 1. — No. 3— Continued. 



ISdVI&US, 



Proportion af cupstii bonrcywed 
Proportion of capital not borrowed 
FMmtionHiDe ... 
Gonpariion with profit! of cajutid otherwiae 

employed ... 

Proportion of capital expended for wagea 
BroyMt i cm of capital expended lor tra^port- 

ataon of matenala . . . . 

Prapottion of capital expended for tran^ort 

atioa to market - • • . 

Proportion of capital expended fiv lawmate- 



How much expended in the Stite • 

in other States 
Diridends of proprietors 
Amount reserved as fixed capital 
Kind of manufiustures 
Amount of each kind 
Value of each kind ... 
Whether sold at manufactory^ tud where 

How hr sent to market 

At what expense ... 

Whether sues are for cash or credit 

Whatcredit . . . 

Whether manufactures have increased or de- 
creased .... 

Prices from year to year 

Kind of material • . » 

Amount of each . « • 

Value of each . . • 

What, and how much domestic 

produced in the State 

in other States 

Amount of agricultural consumptions at ma 
Bufiu^toriea — (as fbr board/ housekeeping, 
&c. &c.) .... 



None. 
Whole. 
Twenty per cent. 

Halfmore. 

Twelve thousand dcdiars. 

Three hundred ddUars per annum. 

Four hundred dollars per annum. 

Eif^teen thousand dollars. 

About fifteen thousand doUars. 

About nineteen thousand dollars. ■ 

None. 

Whole. 

Cotton sheetings, thirty-seven inches wide. 

About five hundred thousand yards per ann. 

Eleven cents per year. 

About one-tlurd m the neighborhood, and 

remainder sent to Boston to msrket. 
One hundred and eig^ity miles. 
Three himdred and fiffy doUars. 
Credit 
Six months. 

About stationary here. 

About^e same. 

Cotton. 

About five hundred bales. 

About nineteen thousand doUars. 

All. 

None. 

AIL 



Six thousand nine hundred doUan. 



STEPHEN SEW ALL, Jfgtnt. 



DocUSfSKT I. — No* 4. 
DEXTER CASSOfERE FACTORY. 



ooc 



xxai^iaiss. 



Kind of manufibcdbiy 
When established 
By what power carried 
Description of buildinga 



AiMMk of captain buiUiiigt 



Woollens, (oasiimeres.) 

If ay 1st, 1831. 

Water power. 

One wooden buUdiog three stories 70 feet 

long, and 28 wide; one do. two storif% 26 

by^ 
Two thousand doUan. 



» 



[Doe. No. 309. ] 
DocimxirT f.— -No. 8. 

BRISTOL SATOteT FACTORY. 



Miod of mmuftctory 
When eitibfiahed 
^r what power carried 
DeacriptiiOQ of buildinipi 



Amount of capital mlaiida - 

faiMgiV 

Whether owned by a owp^mmm 
No. ofitockholdcri 

of looms - 

ofipindlei 

of Mrda • 

of ibtget 

Wafes 







Wara 

Ch&ren employed 

Wagea 

Compa n ion of wa^fea with other tdxmta 

Nmnber of hours a day empldfad • 
What part ofthe year ID empfoyed • 
Nmnber fKThoiaei employed - 
NoBiber of <Kcen • • • 

Price of bomdfif epcntifvi • 
Average eawinwABr d ei uMin gegpenaBa. 
Profits of capital ibr year endbf btfrSepHMBi 
Proportion of capM hoivdiwed 



Profits above interest 
P r opo r t i on of capital not botrowed • 
PMuB on same • • ■ 

CMBpnrison with profits of tapital •Iherwis* 

cnlployed • . • • • 

Propoftkmof c^Mtal ezpsttded lor fwrank' 

tenal • • • • 

for wages 

for machinery 

RV tnnipoHiraon of mi 



> 



Hovmnah 

Difidendsof 



ibr raw materials • 
m the State - 
in other States 
pnmnetors • • 

nrea as fixed a^ital 
aa contingent fond 
Kfaid of mamfoctiire 
Tahw of each Hmi • 
Whether aold at manufibctocy, and where 
Hiv for sent to market 



Sathiet 
1839. 
Water. 

I One two story buildh^, 96 by 50, wood.^ 
Loomsy carding machine^ qiinningmaditq 
ropeing machmei^ shearing do., knapping^ 
Fifteen hnndred dollars. 
One thousand doUars. 
One thousand doOars. 
Not 
Two. 
Four. 

One hundred and fifly-ftfe. 
PsurseC 
None. 
Three. 
Finre hnndred doUars yearly. 



OnehnAdred iidfif^doBnsyMfly. 



Fifty dottars yearly. 
The aTsrage of wigea 
fourth more ^kan tttflt 



kt ibont a 



None. 

None. 

One doDsr and fiffy cents per week. 

Not known. 

Unknown, b«t about 14 p«r cebi 

None. 

None. « 

.None. 

Fourteen per cent. 



J^gfaftper 



Not 



BtkaowiL aad, ae te books ire feifii^ 
wouldtafce much ^atto ssii Wiii. 



Satmet. 

From filbr eenta to one doOar per yard. 

Prindpsfc Beaton, Minmrhuactti. 

Two htandred miki. 

One per oat* 



f! dm; Nd; see. J 



:D 



ijn9ihtitrt 1.-196. 6— Cbfranuficl. 



5K« 



nrtviKTzs. 



Avsirxtf. 



i 



Proportion of cftpital expended for w^g^ • 
Proportion of capitkl expended for impoi|iQ4 

materials - ' y ' • • • 

Proportion of capital expenoed ij^ hfflk 

texudi -' - . ' . 

How math expended in other Statea 
Diridends of proprietors 
Amount resenrf^ u igSfi^ Motsl • 

cAidhg&tnmf 
fi^d of manafiictures - • . 

Amount of each kind 
Compare price with imported 
Whence imported • - - ^ w 

Whether sold at manu&ctory, and where 

Hfpvfitf-senttomaiket • • 

At what expense ... 
Where consumed ... 

Whether sales are for cash or credit 
What credit - • . *"* «•. 

Whether manufactures have increased or de 

creased - ^ "uk # 

How much each year 
Kjnd of material 
Amount of each * . . . - 
Valiie of each 
What, and how much nireipi 

domestic 

produced in other States 






One thousand two liundred doDiil. 

One-eighth. . 

Setron-^udvUu. 

AH. 

None. 

Floating. 

Castings of all descriptions. 

Cannot my, . ^ . 

Average price jjioU. is six cHits per lb. 

From Boston af^X^j; York. 

Hifeft^fipVrtAB at ndme^ and remainder in Bos- 
ton. =? 

One hundred apd sixty miles. ^ 

Two doUMs per ton. 

Three-fourthB at home, and one-fourth in -! 
Massachusetts. 

Credit 

Mk nonthSk 



SI 



Ten per cent. 

Pig mm and pot metal. 

One-half of eachn . « M 

Seven hundred and iifly dollars. 

Ose-cigutn. 

Seven-eighths. 

Seven-eighths. 






t 



MARBLE FACTOBIE8 AT THOMASTON. 

[The following answers will apply to each of the Marble FactoriM, as they are aboat ti 
equal extatttmin Ihi4ims% iA Thomiiloii, cMinty of Lincoln. ] 



^tmm^m 



iNduiaixs. 



•* » 



Kind of manufactory 
When established • • 

By what power carried 
Description of buildings • 

machintrf" '- - 

Amount of cspital in lands • 

in buildings 






r 1. wt i 



Tr- 



■♦r 



Muhle. 
In 1819. « 

Water. 

One hundred aad tUrty-five feet long^ twen- 
ty wide; p rintlp i ^ y WM& 

Eiffht gan^jt ofrnw^MMn each gm^tWo 
for sanding, three for polishing, wilb tirdrcr 
sets of rdbcn 4iohr 

Six hundred doHars. 

Tm thoanukl>i«vlwidfed doDwk 

One thousand dollars. 



-., ,« 



to 



[ Doe. No. 308. 3 



DomnonPt I.— No. 



uraviiBSs* 



To whAt amount exported • 
Where . - - - 

Whether sales are for cash or credit 
Whether manu&ctores hare mcreased or de 



] 



How much each year 
Wh^er for labor or material 
Prices from year to year 
Kinds of material 
What, and how much foreign 

dcnnestic 

produced in the State 

o^erdo- 

Amount of agricultural consumptions at ma- 

nufactoriesy (as for board» horsekeeping, 

&c« &c«^ • • . • • 

Amount or miscellaneous and domestic pro* 

ductiona consumed, (as for tools, utensils, 

8ic.) - . . . . 



Some to the Pro^cea. . 
Cash. 

Increased. 

Ten per cent 

LAbor and material both. 

Cant answer. 

Rough stone, and iron, and sand. 

None, except iron and nails. 

Stone. 

^(Y^^ole, except iron and nails. 

None. 



Cant tell 



Cant say. 



tm 



DOCUMBXT 1.7— No. 8. 
CUMBERLAND FACTORY, GORHAH. 



IHdUXBUa. 



Kind of manufactory 
When establi^Msd 
By what power carried 
Description of buildings 
Amount of capital in lands 

inbuiUrngs 
m maenmery 
Whether owned by a corporation 
No. of stockholders 

looma 

spindles 

carda 

forgiea 
Men tmployed 
Wagea 

Women employed 
Wages 

Children employed - 
Number of hours a day empkrfcd 
What part of the year so employed 
Number of horses employed 
Number of oxen - - • 

Whether used in transporting 
amnufactures 



AJTSWXBS. 



nattrial or 



Cotton. 

Eighteen hundred and twenty-^tivee. 

Water. 

'^^^^K)^ Stone, and brick. 

About ^A^i thousand dolUurs.* 

About elevei^ ^bousand dollars. 

About forty-two thotiflgn^ dolhtfs. 

By corporation. 

Seven or eight. 

Forty-eight 

Seventeen hundred and ninety4wo. 

Twenty-eight 

Two. 

On ^e average fifteen. 

On the average one dollar and twenty-fi 

On ^e average seventy-Ave. 

On the average about two dollars an 

cents per week. 
None. 

Twelve. ' •. 

Wholes • '«-»■• 
None. 
Four. 

Yes. 



IS 



i; Doc. No. 308. 3 

Oocmnirr 1.— No. 9— Continued. 



r 



IVaUIKIXB. 



Wages 

Wfloien employed - - - - 

Wages - . . - - 

Children employed . - - - 

Wages . . - - - 

Comparison of wages with other laborers 
NumDer of hours a day employed ' 
What part of the year so employed - 
Price of board of operatives - 

Average eHminjp after dednrtJngf expenses - 
Profits of capital for year ending last Sepfber 

preceding years on an average 

Caoie of increase or decrease of profits 

Pro p ort i on of capital borrowed 

Bate of interest paid ... 

Profits above interest 

Comparison with profits of capital' otherwise 

employed - . • • - 

Kind of manvifactiires ... 

Value of each kind . - . . 

Whether sold at manufi&ctory, and where - 
How far sent to market 
At what expense - .• - - 

Whether sues are for cash or credit 
What credit . - - - . 

Whether manuikctilres have increased or de- 
creased . . - . . 
Kinds of materials .... 



AFSWIRB. 



One dollar and twenty-five cents. 

Seventy-two. 

T'wo dollars and twenty-five cents to tWi 

dollars and fifty cents per week. 
None. 
None. 

]female labor about double. 
Twelve. 
All. 
One dollar to one dollar and twenty-five cents 

per week. 
About one dollar. 
About ^teen per cent. 
A regular loss, having but in one instance 

ever made a dividend. 
The rise of the domestic by the exclusion of 

foreign fabrics. 
The whole. 

Six per cent. » 

Nine per cent on the value of the land, 

buildings, and machinery. 

Higher profits. 

Cotton. 

Ten and a half and eig^t and a half cents per 

yurd. 
Boston. 

One hundred and fifty miles. 
Small, being* water carriage. 
Credit. 
Six months. 

Increased and increasing. 
Cotton. 



Z£:: 



hi 



I 



Document 1. — No. 10. 

WESTBROOK COTTON FACTORY. 



iNauiBixs. 






of manufactory 
When established 
By what power carried 
I>escription bf buildingpi 
Amoant of Capital in lands 

in buildings (( 

in machineiy J 

Whether owned by a corporation 

individuals 
Ko. of looms 
spindles 



ANSVrXBg. 



Cotton. 

Being established. 

Water. 

Brick, five stories, 155 by 46. 

One hundred thousand dollars. 



Corporation. 
About twentv. 
One hundred and sixty. 
I Four thousand. 



14 



I Doc. No. 908. ] 



DocmfBVT Iw— No. It— Contiimed.' 



iiraiJiBiBi. 



Bj whit power carried 



Description of buOdingi and machinery 'i 



Anoant of capital in Unds "^ 

in huildingpi C 

in machinery 3 
Whether owned by a coiporation 

No. of itockholdera • 

Men employed 



Wages 



Profits of capital for year ending last Sept - 

preceding years on an 
average .... 



Water power and wind. 

One building 40 feet by SO, two stories high, 
containing six gang^ for sawinr, fifteen 
saws in a g*xig. Two machines for polish- 
ing, and one for turning. One building 30 
feet by 20, two stories high, containing two 
machmes for poli^ng, and one for sawing, 
carried by wind power. 

Four thousand dollars. 

By a corporation. 

Sue 

Eight men in the factory, exclurive of those 

who work in the quarries. 
Joumejrmen stone.cutters thirty-«x dollars 

per month; laborers twenty-one dollars 

and board themselves. 
Eight per cent. * 

Eight per cent. 



SULLIVAN DWIGHT, 
Principal Propridor and Jgmt. 



DoCUMSHT 1. — No. 13. 
GORHAM POWDER MANUFACTORY. 



ass 



nravisiss. 



Kind of manuiacioiy 

When established • 

By what power earned 

Description of buildings 
ofmachinexy 

Amount of capital in laiuls 

in buildings 
in machinery 

Whether owned by a corporation 

individuals 

Men employed 

Wages 

Women employed - 

Wa ges 

Olnkven cmpioyciQ 

Wages 

Comparison of wages with oAer laborers 

No. of hours a day employed 

What part of tfie year so employed 

No. ^bteiea employ^ 
▼dne 



▲Tswxms. 



Gunpowder. 

1824. 

Water. 

Seven in number: not expensive. 

Cylinders and wheels 

Seven thiwisand. 

Seven thousand. 

Seven thousand. 

It is not 

Two. 

Twelve. 

Average 18 dollars per month. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

Ten per cent higher. 

Ten. 

Eight months, from April to Noremberi in^ 

elusive. 
Three. 
Five hundred doDan. 



16 



r Doc. No. 308. ] 



Docummr l.-»-No. 14 — Continued. 



iHduimin. 



Women employed 

Wages 

Children employed 

Wages 

N<l!mb£r of hours a day employed 

What part of the year so employed 

Price of board of operatives - 

Profits of capital for year ending last Sept'ber 

Cause of iQcrease or decrease cf profits 



Proportion of capital borrowed 

Rate of interest paid - 

Profits above interest 

Proportion gf capital not borrowed • 

Companion with profits of capital otherwise 

employed - - - - 

Proportion of capital expended for raw material 
How much expended in the State - 

in other States 
Kind of mamifiurture .... 
Whether there be foreign competition In 

market - - . - ^ 

To what amount exported - ? - 



Where - - - - 

Wh<Bther manufactures have increased or de- 

creased - - - - . 

Kind of materials . - - . 

Amount of each - - * • 

Vahie of each . . - . 

What, and how much foreign 



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Average about one dollar per day. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

None. 

Twelve, average. 

Whole time. 

One dollar and seventy-five cents per week. 

Eight per cent. 

Decreased by cause of fi>reign competition in 
the West Indies and 8. Ajmerican market, 
England having the advantage of the for. 
ei^ market owing to the hig^ duties 
paid on iron to our own Government 

One-third. 

Six per cent. 

Ti^ro per cent, not including agency. 

Two-thirds. 

About two-thirds. 

Four.fifths 

One-third* 

Two-tlurds. 

Cut nails — Three penny to twenty.five penny 

inclusive. 
None. 
Not one-twentieth out of tlie country, owing 

to the high duty on the fi>reign iron of 

which they are made. 
Cuba and South America. 

Increased in hope of a debenture of duties on 
exportation of the nails and hoops . 

Russian and Swedish iron. 

Three hundred tons per annum. 

Russian eighty-seven, and Swedish eighty, 
nine dollars per ton. 

The whole;. 



Saco, Maihb, Jlianh S6, 1833. 



WENDELL P. SMITH. 



Document 1. — No. 15. 

GORHAM CARPET FACTORY. 



IVaVIBIM. 



Kind of manufactory 
"^fhen established ^ 
By what power carried 
Description of buildings 
of machinery 



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Eighteen hundred and 

Miunial. 

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Cylinders. 



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DoCBMSlfT 2. — 

INDUSTRY OP 



Bnnchofbunneai, 



buildings, 
BxtureB,uid 
machincr)' 



Iron fmithB 
a hip-building 
Tin pUtc wotkeri 
Cordage fuctories 



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Tanneries 

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Brit do - 

Comb <io 

Bum diatillerica - 



iVJue of the domeslicand 
Bgricultimi productions 
conBumed per aiir 



S9,i00 
31,200 
80,000 
3.3J0 
16,400 
18,000 
310,440 
48,350 



Iron Hid eoil 
Wood 



5,630 
20,000 



Hemp uid t«r 

Wool and fun 

Hides u)d skins 901,338 

Wood 10,000 



5ir,000 

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50 Ci 

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598,500 

73,800 

, 560,000 



Horn lips, Ume uvi 

paper 7,750 

Wood uid coal 4,750 



States 



Carolina 
Haine and 



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Iron, tterl, itr. 3,000 



Haitle 
Saltpetre and 
brimstone 



338,000 
Hemp & iron 640,000 
Wire and tin 15,030 
Hemp 66,100 

Fura and guma 8,600 



HoUsaca 311,500 

Dye wood & oil 22,600 
Do do 35,000 



Femb bave been ia great demud during the feat- 1B31, wUch has occuioned ■ grMt 
ioocMe. ITpwaids of 40,000 tona have been, builti most have been launchei), but many u« 
■till on the stocks. The ton, fitted ftr Ka, is estimated at f 45, iroa fiutened. 

Bt^andihoe latJctn. The inuxuit ofthiE work isestintated at 93 per head. Inae^KMm 
and lai^ towns, it will »Tei«ee fSi m adjacent towna, between 4 and #5; interior towni, 
BomcthLni' leas than |3- 

Tbanma. In the SUte we 10,947 vatsi 3,008 m Kennebec, 1,002 in Pen<Aicot, 640 is 
WaldOk 1,075 in Lincoln, 380 in Somerset, 376 in Hancock, 170 in Wailungton, 3,906 in 
Cumberlaiid, 430 in O^^ and 960 b York eountia. WO) arerage to coDtain 1.800 Dm. 
Mck lawUdtti will torn out 730 Hm. turned. 



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44,065^ 
61, 



€ 12,6 26 Ifaine and MaaachuaettB 

li,597{llame and Munchiuetto 
Dol, Nev Yorkt Pennsj^ 




and Ifaanchnaetts 



54,0OQtMaine and MaM&chiiaetti 
Sr.OOdlDo., WaaMfhuKtti and 

West Indies - 
ll,000|lfame and MaanchusettB 

32,«ttt ICaine and MaMBchusetts 



Namberof 
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Maine and IJiMSf hum ttw 



1,197,0001 Maine 

STUm Maine 




MuHcbMettii and 
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31 

35 

37 

25 
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945 

1500 

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34 

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myAmKS. 



Chieilj in Maine, about }. 



About equal quantitiei m cadi. 



One in the State. 
But two in the State. 

One in the State. 

A few shipped to MaaaachUf 

setti and Wegt Indtai* 
About 10 per cent Sa AlMiU-i 

can.iion. 
Twiee tks no. of Teaali Mil'- 

(his year than will liTtniipa. 
A little ihipped to the Wotli> 

Incties. 
About i'BMde of the amoayil 

used in tlM Stite, 
MM of the h«ts used urn . 

bioacfafc from oChor atatn. 

About 4 pcCiQBS to 100 TSti. 



But one fiictory in the State. 



About f used in Maine. 

In operation 8 montha in the 
year. 

Just commeDoedi ic pays #el& 



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tUdrng milk. There are 399 elotfahi^ nUlls; 48 in Kennebec, 35 in Penoh- 
Waldos 55 hi lineolii, 33 hi Somerset, 19 m Hancock, 13 in Washington« 51 hi 
33 m York, 35 m Oxford counties. Averfege value $1,300 each. 

There am 350; 51 b Kemiebec, 35 ip Penobscot, 34 in Waldo» 55 in 
it, 19 m Hlmcock, IS hi Washmfftoh, 46 m CuiAberiah^ 
The machines ueTalu^ at 1800. Land, Wddings, and fixtuzcS| at I^OO^o^L^ 



ofwDolndsellfai this Stsite is esdbuitedat 1,604,718 lbs. call 
inadc by the aisessQis to the Lcflrislature hurt year, allowuiff 3 lbs. to eadi 
.Ml 90^ 1833. ASA CLAPP. 

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66 I Doc. No. SOS. J 



MANUFACTURES. 



RETURNS FROM THE STATE OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



DOGUMIVT 3. — No. K 



BotTov, Hby 19, 183t. 

• Sim: Tke origiatl retumi of Mmuftcturet in Ifaanehutetts will be lent on by the nme 
ntn with this. 

The CommisnoTien re|p«t tiiat they could not have preiented two remits of eitimatet on 
tlw tetunMi in addithm to thoae giren, viz; the quantitT t>f affrieultnnl products of which 
the muiuftctures occanon the consumption, and an analysis of the proportions of the value 
of dlfll^rent materials and tnlgeets of expense, ^ing into the production of the Afferent 
kinds of manu&ctures. This analysis would be a work of some labor, but would shed great 
light upon ^ question of protection, and the ditties re<j^uisite for giving protection to manu- 
lactuie% and- the different rates upon the different srtides of importation which would be 
eqmalent to each odier, and practically equal 

The answers of varioiia manufacturers to the different subjects of inquiiy proposed, be> 
ndes those included in the tabulfur returns which were given m reply to the oreulars mefr 
tioaed In the report^ will be fhrwarded in the coarse of a day or two. The delay is ocou 
^oned by the necesnty of makhig copies of two of the origbals, whidi have been mialttd. 

I a»k veiy respectfully. 

Your obedient senrant, 

WILLABD PHILUP8. 
Hon. Louis McLavi, 

Searetmy tf the Trtamwy of the U. 5., WoBhingtoti. 



Quesiuma propounded by the Commisiioners. 

1. What branch of buauiMs? When begun? Names of proprietors? 

3. What *is the value of real estate, buildings^ and fiztaires, occupied and used ibr.tiM 
business? What kind of power, water, ateam or anhnsl? 

S. What is the vahie of tool% machineiy and apparatus^ other than tiie fixtOKS? and ^e 
mimber and value of horses and other animali used in the business? 

4.' What is the value of average stock on hand, and in the process of manufacture? 

5. What are the different kind% with the qjuantity and vahie of each kind, of maftaclalft 
used pear annum, which are produced inthe Umtad States, andof agricukaral and other do* 
meidc productiooa consumed per annum? 

6. At wlttt places^ or in what States are iuchmat^riab and prodoctapffincipaUypr^^ 

7. What are the different kfaid% and thA quaii% and 'value of each Imd, of IbretfB 



1. What an ttMdiflbtiitkfaidi^ and qnaatilj and value of each kind* of artioka a&naallf 

meiuAflttnrea ' 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 67 

9. yf^ynftrianm are Anoted of m this SUte? What proportioa in other States and 
^rhere* WJHratjf Hirt km in foreign countxies, and where? 

Id HVs rhearerage number of niale% orer 16 years old* employedy and rate of wagea 
per ^r, itf boarding ttiemaelTea? 

11. W ji the arerage number of boyi under 16 yean of age, and* rate of wages per 
tkr. arr soaring themselres^ 

A Wins, k the aTerage number of women and pris emplojed^ and wages per dagr, they 



2 That is tile ezpense. in the respectire bnnches of manufacturing earned on in the 
■Cf-, of wear and tear^ Repairs or to(^ apparatus and machiner]^, rephcinar marhines 
icaueqijence of xmprorements? Deprecktion in die value of buildinga ana fizturea? 
jigminst ftre. foods and other accidents^ Interest of capital from the purchase of 

the proceeds of manu&ctured articles? Salanea or cooi- 



to the tine of realizing 
to agents^ clerks, saperintendenti^ watchmen, 8u:. ? Loss bv bad debts in sales? 
BO paid to selfinir agents and consignees? Transportation and storsge of matfrisls 
ad nami&ctiired artideaf What would these expenses and losses amount to per cent on 
^ gnMB proceeds of manufactured articles? 

14. Whtdi paztienlar branches of manufiMstaring, if anv in the county, are carried on to 
asT cfflaaiderable extent, indi borrowed capital; and to what extent? 

15. How maaj hours in the day do the operadvea work in each of the renective branches 
rf manuikcturet in the county? And how many months of the year are tney employed m 

ck of the reapectife branches? 

IC What ii the rate of wages of agricultural laborers in your countv per day in the sun^ 
suppuBug tbeir emplo}'ers to. board them, and per month wt die whole year. 



17. What baa been the rate of profit in each particular branch of manu&ctuxing in the 
ooaatT, each year, «nce ita establishment in the county, supposinff the bunness to be carried 
on with the naan&ctarer's own capital, and not by borrowed capital? What, more particu- 
My, has been the rate Ibr each of the last three years? What baa been the cause of the 
■BBMK or dccreaae of profit from time to time' 



V%. Wkax » HheiMoal rate of profit in the county in the Tarioua Unda of business generally ? 

1ft. Bcrv laadkkaa tie eoat to the manufitcturer himself, of the articles manufactured m 

jf mrrtai edsrfcninished from year to year, each year, since the commencement 

btne^ sad hHffo increase or duninution of the cost to the msnufacturer been in 

at maSdHhds, or fhmi what otiier cause has it arisen? 

rlherespectiTebranches of manufiurtuiing established in die county 7 What 

lie yati^ of each kind of articles manufactured in the county in each 3rear, 

k eoBBcaoement in the county to^^ present time? Or, if the quantities cannot be 

' —^-^ ^-- been the general increaae or decrease of the quantitjr of each kind? 




tl • What baa been the Increase or decrease of price each year, or each article manufhe* 

the commencement of the manufacture? 
of agrieoltnral and other prodnctiops of theUmted States is eonsumed* 
to be rasanwfil^ by the Tsrious manufacturing estabhshmenti m the county, and 

tL To what ezieat and of what kind of articles ta household manufacture carried on in 
f^ Haa it incKased or diminiriied, and to what extent, since 1814? 





1^ What is tfae cost of imported aitideasinuhir to those manufiu:tured in TOUT county? 
S& ]>o fiiciKn articlea come into competition with any of those msnnnetured in the 
■sty' lad to what extent? 
16. Whst proportkm does the amount of imported sitides consumed in die county bear 

of the whole eonsomption of the United Stites is supplied by dO' 
of any articles, in the mannfikcture of wUch yon are concerned, or of 
yoo hawe a paitieolar knowledge' 
X. b vfbu part of the Umfced Statea, or in what foreign countries^ sre die pitecqial 

sffcrhs imifariHiiiil in your ooun^, consumed? 
A If aijsvticks niaadheturadm your county are exported, to what foreign maiket are 

ScBorted^ and what foreign articlea of like kind come mto competition witii them at 
iai^miliii iCirlrr 
0. jiffc the nnoftctiired aHkks in eadi branch sold for hmnediate payment, or on ero- 

dk? md, if OB credit, what credit is given usually in each of die respectire branohesf Are 
^ ^ the iMHftctiiied artidea diaiMoed of in barter in any branch? and, if aiqr, what por- 

ti«afar km^? and hr what are thay bartered? 
31. Wimiwwidbe the effeot m die county, of bveduag i^ anyjpaiticukr bvaaflhesor 
' it? 8 u|i|sMin gine or another paitieJir branch to be bfokea^p, to what 



,CS [ Doc. No. 308. ] 



would be thfl ?, 



cUsMsto ^' 



other employmenti could the penoni engft^^ in it probably retort? Whit woi 
effect upon the value of lands and buildm^fB? and upon the means of the laboring 
obtain employment and fubsiitence? .,*.'«'; 

32. If die manufacture of iron ia carried on hi the county, would the arUdet of mn ^ 
manufactured compiand the market to a certain extent in the vicinity of the manufactory* 
though the duty on simikr imported articles should be entirely taken off? And, if so, tohov 
extensive a circle around the manufiictory would the demand be supplied by the manufaotoiT, *• 
in spite of a perfectly free competition with rimibr foreign articles imported free of duly? 

3J. What duty on sunilar imported articles would be sufficient to protect the respecfave 
articles manufactured in your county, and enable the domestic manufacturer to maintain » 
competition in the home market witii tiie foreign manufacturer? 

34. If the duty on d/importerf articles were reduced to 121 per cent advakrem, could ^ 
each of the considerable branches of manufiictures in your county still be carried on? If ^ 
not, which of them would be destroyed at that rate of duty? 

35. In case of anv bnnch of manufacture being abandonjed, how would the perwina en- 
gtged m such branch employ thehr cu>ital? 

36. What reduction of du^ might be made on the respective branches of manufacture car- | 
ried on in your county, and still leave the respective manufactured articles so far protected, 
'tiiat they would be manufactured at a profit of six per cent, per annum? 

37. What change could be advantageously made in the mode of collecting tlic duties on ,i 
Imported articles, so as to prevent fhui£? 

38. If minimums should be abolished, and the duties assessed on the actual value of the 
impOTted article in the American port, what rate ad valorem duty would be equivalent to the 
present with the muiunum? ^ 

39. What would be the operation of such a change upon the frauds at present supposed = 
lobe practised? 



DoctJMxm' S.— >No. f . 

DcsiBT, Ij^ 16, 183S. 

GasTLsxi^r: At the time jrour circular came to hand until within a few days, my fiinuljr 
have been dangerously sick, which has prevented my attention to the subject of your mqoiiy. 

It will not be in my power to answer but a part of your questions^ the principal object o^ 
which appears to be to ascertain, from &cts elicit|d, whether the manufiicturing business iff 
io productive as to justify a reduction of duties on the foreign article, and still leave the 
domestic protected. I can answer this general question as fiw as it respects the wooDen 
business, and which will apply also to wooL I Ivave been led to watch, with great attain 
tioDy the progress of the woollen business from its first commencement: I was a sto^- 
holder, for about one year, in the fifrst fihClory wludi was put into operittion in this coonti^ 
in 1812, and having, from that time to the present, been the owner of a large flock of fbie 
WooUed sheep. This fibctoiy commenced business with a capital of thirty-one thfJusUKl 
dollars paid in and invested, the whole of which was kwt previous to 1818^ and the frctoix 
psssed mto other hands. Other fiustories in this country went into operation at different 
periods previous to 18^ which, in almost every instance, have since become insolvent^ or 
closed their concerns with a total loss. I will instance the woollen frctory in Southbi^^ 
wiuch doecd its concerns about three years since, with a loss, as I am informed, of one 
hundbrd and eighty thousand dollars. South Leicester Corpor a tion, about the same thne^ 
met a Iom of one hundred and ninety thousand dollars. Others might be ^numerated, the 
situation of which would be oo bett^. Tliese factories were owned by gentlemen of abun- 
dant capital, well acquainted with mercantile business, and under the immediate direction 
of practical manufacturers. I am satisfied, fhm facta in my possession, that the wooDen 
business in the aggregate, previous and up to the year 1824^ the loss would be equal to the 
whole amount of capital mvestod. The tariff in 1834 was considered a pledge eiven by 
Government that protection should be afibrded to the industry of the country: it held oat 
some encouragement to the manufacturer, and induced many to embark in the busineBBi 
Urge amount of capital was invested. Some of those who had gone into operation prcvioua 
to 1824, had survived in a languishing condition, and a part of those, aHer 1824, were 
ruined by the severe pressure (» 1829. I do not believe that those who ^ent into opera- 
tion subsequent to 18^ have made a dollar in the aggregate, though there are some few 
^pif**"*^^ wherc^ by fortunate coincadanfee of ctreumstancea^ have made six per centum or 
^Mte, but these exceptions have baen more fnn mercentiie opcnlions» thia the regokr 



I 

/ 



[ Doc. No. 308. ^ 69 



«( vsn^BlonBi^. But fiew dmdendt haye been made. Hie fiiUowiii|^ ilstiifictl 

fcdft VCR obiuHd from the ownen or araitB of most of the woollen fiictoriet in thii corni* 

tf , sad v«xe ttia fix- the year I83I9 and it it believed are veiy correct. They will go fiir 

to e—\»liA ie ipiuons I have given in the foregoing remarkai 

The vbgkjBMnt, in ralue^ of wooDeni made in 1831, in thii county, ia - #3,499,500 



▼ak^iBBl cQUumcd l,5ia»000 

417,734 

398,563 



■4m 



2,334^386 
and guAnnteeoQ ales of $3,499,500, at 7 per cent. 174,985 

BCoest OD capital ...... 188,590 

3,477,901 

Vcvaod decay of Baduaefy, buildings Ice, 8 per cent, at least 

Respectfully, 

AARON TUFTS. 
Wjl Pnuira h Gattov P. Otooon. 



Awwen to Que$tumi, 

U. Twenty per centiim. 

14. Perhaps i or i, much less than In mercantile businc 

U. Tvelre hoars. 

16. TvcItc doUizs in sammer, ten by the year. 

17. Bcfnenee to the foregoing statistical facts. 

18L Farms rent Ibr about 4 per cent, but will not rent over 3 per cent afler deducting 
mense of repairs in buildings^ &c; mercantile business, the success of which depends on 
ml and &d£itf m trafftcing. 

^S, T\k TeAmC&ia Of expense in manu&cturing within that lime has been about 50 per 
lAe bj ttK neat improvements in labor-saving machines. The price of labor nas • 
no matera! change during that period. 
' hbly deficient in statistics, that it is impossible to state with confi* 



TL Sate tbt war, €6 per centum. 

IS .OrxitlCanl prodnct» consumed annually in this county in manufacturing woolleni» 
sad fry me Iaborei% amount to one million seven hundred and seventy-six thousand dollars, 
muuiSuu A. frooitbe returns of manufiicturers. 

n. Comnaimtivdy notlung is done in the household manufiictory: a female can now earn 
mmtt ckich a a day than she could make in the household way in a week. 

9L rrihi ■iiiiiTiirtnTrr sells his goods, the price must be &e market price, as low as the 
■ported ntide sells. 
35. To a roinoua extent 
98. In^eUnifeedStatea. 
315. VnAy on a e?e^ of BX and ei^ months. 

S. TMamt leas 4ian the present duties, if no frauds were practised on the revenao^ 
would bcsH&aent protection to enable the woollen manu&ctiirer to make 6 per cent 
34. The wool givwer and woollen manu&cturer would be ruined. 
S5. TMIhMB of the capital invested in buil^gs, fixtures, and machinery: it^ is not pot- 
to dmafe 4ieir use for any other occupation. 

Respectfully, 

AARON TUFTS. 



DocxniEirT 3. — No. 3. 

AHMoen af D, Adhong mpeding Coiten Bumtaf. 

Fail Rinn, Manh 33, 1833. 

: Your circular, under date of 39th February, reached me a few daprs idnee, 
her of qnettiona to me in relation to the manufiusturiiy business earned on in 
M^ watukM irill i^|dy more particularly to the manulacture of cotton^ wlueh 
«Ai^ «id fcaTV b«ea 4liimged m, fbr twenty ytara. 



■ftc 
70 C Doc. No. 308. ] 






ikLi 



To the 13tli questioii, I Kmwky that the reptirs of tools and machinery is equal to tea ^^..^ 
cent per aimunii and the replacing of machinery, in consequence of improrements^ haa be .^ 
large. The establishment in whioi I am interested, and agent of, ana have been, nioe 
first commencement, has thrown aside, as useless and worthless, machines in fl^ood okl^'^ 
in the course of fifteen years, to the amount of nx thousand dollars. During uie whole ^ 
nid time, we had not to exceed, on an average, one thousand five hundred spindles in Q|l^*^ 
ntioni the whole cost of which amounted to about twenty thousand dollars; and haife %^^ 
pended, in improving other machinery, three thousand dollars. Wooden buildingi deplt'^ ^ 
ciate more than those of bricks and stones. Our company quite recently repaired oiltf c'/^ 
wood capacious enough to hold 1,500 spindles, whicn was estimated to have coit, in tk'^ ^ 
year 1813, |9,250{ and for the repairs of which have expended $3,500: during the tee P'^'^ 
was occupied, which was fourteen years, repairs to the amount of |1,500 were madfe; W*'^ 
•oiance against fire has been, during said time, 1} to SJ per cent per annumf but a WBOtit-^ 
part of the amount of cost has been insured. Insurance agunst freshets are trifling in tktii^-' 
place. Interest from the time of purchasing the cotton to the receiving of the proceedi 0^3 ti 
tile manu^tured articles varies from 5 to 7 per cent. SaUries to agents in this plsce^ wkNKts 
are part owners, are and have been low, compared with those in other sections or theeeo* -ai 
tiy, being about $750 annually. And many of the manufiu^turing estabUshments have brougkt. a? 
up their clerks, and they have cost but little. And I may say, that^ for agents, clerks, wapa^iTx 
intendents, and watchmen, for our establishment, where now three thcmsand spm^ea eieiacj 
running, will amount to $1,800 per year. Loss by bad debts have been at least 3| per ceiit.tji 
on all sales, although we have paid a guarantee commission on nearly half of them sincere ^ 
commencing the business. Commissions to selling agents have varied; the ^[eneral rate kas-^ ^ 
been 5 to 6 per cent for selling and guaranteeing. Transportations, to us, u Ihdit, our ei-^ 
tablbhment being contiguous to the salt water, and within three hours sail of Pnnndeikeo^}.^ 
B. I., and twenty-four hours to the city of New York, and will amount oidy to about oglit ^^ 
hundred dollars yearly. 

To the 14th. Perhaps there are no establishments in our county who borrow much of j.^ 
their capital. . , 

To the 15th. Twelve houn per day is required for the usual day'a Work^ (llj hours laay ' 
be obtained,) in manufacturing estabushments in this place, and they generiHy are employ- 
ed the whole year. Printing establishments work less hours per day^ stfy about ten. -^ 

To the 16th. Wages paid by agriculturists, per dav, vary from 50 cents to $1, aU good Vj 
weather; $1 25 is paid some times to first rate hands for mowing; $9 to $13 per month, ffar ^ 
the year, and boarded. 

To the 17th. That part of the county in which I am most acquainted, are the towM of 
Pawtuckct, Seekonk, Rehoboth, Swanze^, Dighton, Westport, tjid Troy. In each of die ^ 
sud towns, except Troy, the majority of^manuftcturing buaness have changed hand% die 
former owners having been unsuccessful, some of them naving lost their whole inveatmenU 
and, in several instances, the second owners have not succeeded, although they bou|^ ii IS 
to S5 per cent on the ori^pnal cost 

To the 18th. In the busmess I have any knowledge o^ it has been productive of nnl 
nrofits, none reaching 6 per cent per annum, for a series of years, if we except the wliele 
nshing and banking business. 

To the 19th and Slat In 1810 to 1814^ it cost, for labor and interest of the iislsliliihiMBt 
to produce one yard ol brown sheeting, yard wide, of No. 16 yam, about ei^^fateen cental 
which is now produced for four and a half cents; the difference mainly ia in skdll end 
in^irovements, of the machinet^ labor bdng about the same now as then. In those Feai% and 
time previous, the cotton was put out to persons in the neighborhood to be picked and 4 to 
6 cents per pound was pud for picking, which is now done by machines at the estabEahment 
for half of a cent per pound; and yam was also put out to weave, atabout 10 cents the yai^ 
for said sheeting, wliich is now done by power in the establishment for 1^ centa. Such 
goods were, in said years, sold for 45 cents per yard, which may now be had fiff 10 centa. 

To the 30th. The manufacturing business m the county of Bristol has been nipstlv com- 
menced since 1808; one or two establiahmenta commenced as eariy as 1800, ana haTO 
incrtULsed perhaps three fold in the last fifVeen yeara. 

To the 33d. In this manu&cturing viUage, (Fall River,) where I reside, there u a popu- 
lation ot 4,000 inhabitants, all of |whom (and how many more there are, I know not) are de- 
pending either directly or indinctly upon the mawifarttging busineai^ in said village, for 
their support, and who are mostly laboring people, requiring as much agricultural produce 
as any other class of peof^ in any other part or the country, and they obtain it by theb in* 
dustiy. 

To the S3d. Household manufiictures in this county are very trifling, except the '"■^nr 
of straw bonnetH of which I have no personal knowledge. The wool growcra aell th«r 
wool and boy their ekth. Teiy UttU fUx ia tailed^ ezceiS Ibr sesri^thrMs. 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 7 1 

To the SSlb. tatapi goodt find their way into this country, lome way or other, whether at 
aka or m wfofetad^ impoftert vender, or farei^ manufikcturer, I know not» but at such 
■BBBBa at ODitiB^ as direaten Uie proatration of aome portioiis of mamiftcturin; biinie«, 
(I dade Ma^tfticnlaily to the printing clotfai^) for a aeaaon. 

TQlbc 38lL ii an put* of the United Statea our manufiicturea are coniumedi aome amall 
|«tiaM ■cavorted to Blezieo^ South America, and to the iilanda in the Pacific ocean, 
ladlheriBveanac m competition with forei^ manulacturea. 
Ti^Jkh. Our goode are told moatly on time, at 6 to 12 montha credit. There ia but 
of our goods for other mauufactores or any tUng^ elae. 



IMc JlaL Hie ekect to thia county, in breaking up the manu&cturinf^ buaineaa, wouU 
W^dad wtk the greateat evila. Houaea, nnll% workshopi^ and lands m th? immediate 




ef die eatabCAiHcnts would be of little or no Talue to their owners, or any other 
~ whitfev tfftere may be among the manufacturera who have any stock more 
It to pay tikur dehts, roust go in the western country, where lands are cheap, 
wittt they can iobsist upon, depriving themselves of many of the comforts of life. 
_ cHaMiahmfnts have drawn around them some thdusanda who are all 
pa^aaam wad happ/* poaseaaing the mcaiia of a comfortable aubsistence, einoying moral Md 
H%MWia hMmctioB, many of whom promise great uacfulneas in the uta ot manufacturings 
wd who ase of gnat worth in many other respecta. And annihilate theae mamifacturhy 
iftUikneaii^ and ttey will be brought to wretchedness, being obliged to live as the first 
of theae dMaca vck, imon fiah. There are alao maoT of our &rmen depending 
Ibe market aftfauTilbgeRir the sale of the producta of their farms, and who would bc^ 
of a genenl proatration of tiie manufiMituring in thia county, left without a market 
prodnce: or courae their fiums, to a considenble extent, must remain uncultivated. 
To te 3Sd and 34di. I oonader that the duty ia the only protection to the iron or any 
^ar waiBifai fill ilia buahieas in our country, of which I have any acquaintance. Therefore^ 
a ffidTtinn of the dutiea would tend to ruinous consequences to any manu&cturing business 
1 aaa aoqaanaed with. 

To the SSih. There ia but a small amount of capital in the manufiuturing business^ besides 
vte is ia adh^ water power* and other real estate, and madunery. 

To the S6lh. My gciwial statement, as to our own establishment, which I here annex, and 
■f ]«^art»to 1h« 17ft question, will fully answer thia. 
Toi^^>l^ltth,7rft, 29th,33d,S7tii, 38th, and 39th, are left by roe, inasmuch aathey 

a wsitj d ia fte hregoing, to those who are more acquunted with the tariff, fcc. 

DAVID ANTHONY. 
WiuAMB PiDuirs and 
Ganwa F. Oaaoon. 




Vall Ritbb, Ma^ 22, 183S. 

/, established in the town of Troy, in the county of Bristol, com- 
bv way of erecting a mill, shop, and houses, in the spring of 1813, and in 
and waiter foUoraif , got in operation 7 to 800 spindles, and the summer after 
to 1,000, all which cost #39,000, including all the purchase of real estate, 
to §9,000. Th^ were then without any means to buy stock, except on a 
There has bcca repeated salea of sharaa in said corporation in the years 1817, '19, 
%, "^Sa ^30^ sad *3U and in neither case have the shares sold for the cost and an interest 
of Sive per eeal. per annum, although the real estate has increased in value, without any im- 
prwemcrilabdag taken into the account, aix to eight thousand dollars, if we may calculate 
oa Ae aaaafreturiog business continuing. As relates to the profits for the last three yeara 
ia 9V bma^tem, diey would be considered very fiur, if the state of the machinery waa not 
iato theaoeoont, but if that is taken into the account, the reduction on it, in cooae* 
of nprofcments in madiineiy, made the last three or four years, the interest of the 
imres rasmf be rcalixed. 
1 Kad Toa with dua, aeveral general statementa. The other information is collectiiig, and 
viB he '**««~^ as ftst as poanble. It will take some time to do it. 

lam yours, &c 

D. ANTHONY. 

P. 8, I dunk Mr. Shepherd's fears, in relation to a statement which might show die profits, 
■ight bemre properly msde in reUtionto a loaa^ for it will be found that all the establish- 
I m &e oooa^ « Bristol, will not, this day, bring the money expended. Very few of 
bMfe Afided any itanf. What profita they mav have made, having been laid out. in 
— * perhaps m enhrging tibeur establishment, or replacing machinery, or re- 




73 r Doc. No. 308. 1 

Falx. Ritu, March'22f 1833. 
The mbtBriber boogfat machineiy, belts, drumi, cans, and bobbnu, in tbe month of Octo-'^ ^ 




three yean, for the sum of four hundred dollars, which low price was owing- to the depn^se 
dstion of machinery, by ware and tare in part, and the depreciation of machineiy in conifrtHi 
quence of improvements^ some of the machines havinr become useless. This shows a lofl^ zh 
per ao^um, of 33 per cent, besides the interest. The business, however, during the tioNtvn 
It run, was equal to the intet«st of the cost of the machinery of fldeen per centum. sk 

' DAVID ANTHONY. t»! 






Tbot, Fall Ritu, Match 33, 183i. 

The subscriber rented null room and water power, in the year 1884, and put cotton m»- 
duneiy in operation which cost six thousand five hundred dollars, wluch he has run nnce, 
didier on his own account or in company WiA others, ever nnce; and, besides kee|nii( 
the same in good running order, the same has earned an annual profit of about eight per 
cent, but the depreciation of tiie same maehinetT, owinff much to. improvements made^ wad .^ 
the lots by bad oebts, will take off the whole dt the saSd profits.' •«> 

CLARK SHOVE. .: 



"3 



Trot, Maarch 23, 1833. 

The aibscriber hired mill roooi and water power for one thousand spindles, and hired five 
hundred spindles, and preparation for nearly the said number of spindles, and bought two 
mules and a warp frame, equal to five hundred spindles, in the autumn of 1829, and nas run 
the same ever since. AH of the vcar previous to Uareh Ist, 1832, he sold his goods to a 
printer, for cash, at 7i cents a 3raid. Tnere was no expense for dehvering or for selling, 
and he computes the profits of that year to be thfee thousand doUara, having no regard to 
the ware and tare of tne machiner}*, and the loss to the same, ot^ing to improvements mado 
in machineiy, which being taken into the account, and the present state of the market ftr 
•uch goods, (which have already been sold at a reduction of^l j of a cent per yard, at which 
price they cann^ be made,) he thinks that he could only get the cost and interest for the 
expenditures made by him, and be enabled to transfer the lease at par value, which lease 
wis had on fidr terms, and would now be so conndered were the same in market. 

TUEOPHILUS SUOYB. 



Fau Rivxx, Monk 32, 18SS. 

A. & J. Shoive, of Troy, county of Bristol, and State of Massachusetts commenced bui- 
_ jM in ^ year 18S7, manufacturing cotton. They expended, for machinery and fixtorei 

ma mill they rented, hi the year 1837 and '98, |17,000 

And the same was sold in the year 1829, for ..... 8,300 

Bfoldngp A loss, bendes interest, of -..-.-- |8, 700 
They rented the above in January, 1830, and, after deducting the rents paid for the above 
machinery, of 9 per cent, and buildhig in which it was placed, and keying the same in 
good runiung order, which expense was but small, on account of the same having been ia 
operatioa to little time, they have probablv made, m the following two vears, dednctin§p the 
depreciation in the machinery, the sum of fbur thousand five hundred dollan^ which beii^ 
added to the amount it sold for, is 013,800, and that deducted from $17,000, there remaini 
a sum of #4^300^ b^des the interest, lost in the business in the last four years. 



si 



Fall Rivn, 3d mo, 334 1833. 

Daniel Buffinton, one of the subscribers, says he was in partnerslup inth his broiher Darius 
in manufactuzing colton{ that they owned and hired machinery to amount of 500 spindle^ 

■twi hit«(l mrmtmr namt^ uiA mill room for tn v«m]«. ccmiinMMsnff 1891. and th^t. in f hi* cnnvw* 



and lured water power and miU room for six yean, commencing 1831, and that, in the coarse 



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«f tlw imt ikty were together, they owned the whole of the machinery; that it wm 

pncDee, in nttkinir up their annual account, to deduct 10 per cent, upon the coat of tht 

■Bchiam, to a«certBin the reault of the past 3rear's bumiess; and, at the end of six yean, his 

bNi&er tbd. and the machinery was appraised by men appointed by the court of probate, 

and die laoiint of its appraisal amoimtcd to the cost of the machinery into 7 per cent, per 

finn the time of purchasing it; and in closings the business, then, so &r as Us 

ns concerned, it was found they had mnde, during the said time, $3,000, Thai 

sobeeriber took the property at the appraisal, and they have been together in 

fer three and a half yeara since, and are now about to close their business^ on ao* 

CMK if not beinp able to rent the same premises again; and they arc fully persuaded tfiat^ 

liid die machinery now, fcr the most it will command in any inarfcet, they have not made 

me cent in the bnainesa durinrthe three and a half years last past. They further say, that 

[kr lave mode no bad debts during the whole time. 

DANIEL BUFFINTON, 9d. 
ISRAEL BUFFINTON. 



Tbot, Fall Ritsb, Monk 23, 1833. 

Hester Wheeler 8c Co. expended, for six hundred spindles, and preparation for the same^ 
md for two dwelling-houses two stories high, sixteen tliousand doHars m the year 1838« and 
kike antnmn of 1829* a part of the same proner^ was sold at a reduction of tweaty-llTe 
perccBt. They think that the same property wouM not now sell, together with the profile 
far ibe cost and six per cent compound interest from the time of vesting it. 

DEXTER WHEELER 8c CO. 



Fall Rivkb, March 38, 1833. 

Gunanui: To mine* of die 22d, you are referred. I have pressed the manufiusUireiB 
vho ^Te eWen hol general sutement of their business, for their rate of profits since their bu- 
ancsi was commenced* aiid for the last three years particularly. I find, by inquiry of them» 
Ji idtfaDu to that, that they aie unable to state any thing very definite. Very few of them 
hwe kept an expense account, for repairs^ &c, and which has come out of the profits* and 
Mme new "^r^^*^ have been placed in lieu of old ones, alterations have been made to old 
^wtm^JLir,^. and without knowing the value of their machinery, they are unable to make ui 
account of profit and losa. One house, who manufactured satinets, say they have rated their 
nodi at 10 cents leas than the.cost to make them, and they wil not command their rates, 
nat not shows a bad bu^ness, for the goods not sold for the time they were making them, 
ner rate tfieir machinery, whioh cost $60,000, at $40,000. The reduction in the value is 
Mialy owing to the depreciation in coiinequence of improvemenU made m machmeiy. 
When 1 coiM to sound the manu&cturcrs, I find Uie most of them will make a worse account 
ihan I have nndc for the Fall River manufactory, and I believe theu- accounto are honest. 

Yours, 

D. ANTSONT. 

llemt. W. Philups Ec G. P. Osoood. 



Document 3. — No 4. 

Jf. B. Burden's amwen retpecting Coiion Budnets. 

Fall Ritbb, Mardk SI, 1832. 
Gnnxvsv' Your circuUr of the 29ih instant, requesting mformation relating to the 

iMiiAi mil inr't — ' pursuant to a resolve of tlic House of Representatives ui Congress^ 

vat a few da^ «ncc received. A few weeks since, I recttved from one of you, (Mr. I'M- 
iiM.) >>k^..w addressed to the committee appcunted to collect statistical information of 
?r^mfirtOTri of this town, accoiding to a resolution passed by the TarifTConventrnft 
rifr>^lrinhlrri i" the city of New York. The committee were notified, exammed the 
^,,w!Tndconeluded that the same or like mfoimation had aheady been forwarded tn 
Z«!r^ Aon^ttec. But as the inquiries in your circular are for some general mfonna. 
Zl^^rt^^iect of manu&etures, I wiU endeavor to communici^ the iacta asked for, 
^y^t^ SSr^im^ to m \aiomll6gc. The mformation I shaU endeavor to pve, or 



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prmcip^lbuiiiieM of our place, and Uie business in which 1 have been concerned for the U^''^' 

ten yeifs. ' ' 

Without quoting tlie interrogatonca, I shall endeavor to reply to tlicm in tlic order i 
vhidi th^ we plMed, and commence witli number 13. * * - 

- 13. It has usLially been considered by manufacturers of cotton, that the ware and tear c "*■' 
cottoo swchinery is not Ipsn than ten per cent, per annum. Af\er machinery has been i ' 

Etion a few yeant, it is the custom of maniitkcttirers to keep constantly employed nu ~-^ 
ta for the pui-pose of rcpuiriiif^i ajid in this way machinery is kept in good operatini v 
«tler for many years. The expense of tliese repairs vary very much in dif^rent estabfirii.^ 
inentt, and aUo on diflTitrent kiiuh) of machinery. Many establishments within my acquftin •« 
tMee liave been at very considerable expense for replacing machinery, in consequence o icf 
improvements. Some have made an entire c^iangct others there are who have not been n ->• 
much or any expense on this account. The depreciation of buildings is also veiy connder.'-:^ 
able, varying much in diH'crent (.'.stablisbmcnts. The establishment of which 1 have thCi..* 
chai^, have a number of factor}' buildings, which, for tlie most part, arc leased. The lowei. .^ 
floors of all these buildings liavc become rotten, and liavc been subject to considerable re-^. 
pairs. One of tliem was liuilt as hite as the fnimiiier of 1826; hist full we put in part of a.,.] 
new floor, and sliall be under the necessity, during the ensuing summer, of making the re>..''. 
maining part new. The fixtures are also subject to rapid decay. The water-wheels, geep-.^ 
ingt ihaits, and drums, soon want repairs. Wo liave already been at considerable eipe: 




son. The wheels have already received coniidcrable repairs, and the grering is now wora, 
out In the village of Fall river, we do not consider the risk against flooils much. The in- ^ 
surance ag^nst fire may probably l>e eflected at the nsu:d rates puul for manufacturing estn- ^' 
blishinents; which has been, within my recollection, from one .'uid a qtiarter to two and n^ *^ 
quarter per cent. ' ' ' 

The Watup])a Manufuctunng (:i)miiany rent a mill and ^ atcr-whecls, with a small propor-^-^' 
turn of the geering, for the term of fifteen years, at about eiglit per cent, upon the original '"'•^ 
coat of mill, land, and u-atiM* privilege. The owners risk the property against fire, floods, ^- 
&c. unless t!ie damage shall be occasioned by neglect of the occupants. -"^ 

The interest of capital, from the purchase of cotton to the time of realizing the proceeds •- 
of manufactured articles, will vary prol)ably from five to seven percent The compenaiu >* 
tion piud to agents, clerks, superintemients, watchmen. &c. will also vary very considerable * '■' 
in the difl'erent eKtubhsiimcntti. hi this counly, they are mostly managed by some one or ^« 
more of the owners, and tlie salaric^s generally ])aid may be considered moderate- -71 

The establishment in winch 1 am engiiged bus nsiialh- psutl a guarantee commission, but *^ 
notwitlutandiog their losses have been considi.Table, occasioned by the failure of houses to V 
whom they had entmsted thv:ir goods — probably one per cent., sales are effected and giblp h 
rantied fyr five per cent. 

Transportation of articles to and from the factories of this county, generally, may be con- v 
sidered iiglit, compared with that of many other establishments in the country, on account bf 'n 
having access to ahuo:>t all parts of It by water. i. 

14 It is probable tliat a vtry small pi-oportiun of the manufacturing business of this coon^ . 
ty is carried on witli borrowed capital. 

15. The average time mills for manufacturing cotton are in opei-ation in the county of s 
Bristol, is about eleven and a half hours. Tliiii does not include the time tlie help are at 
their meals Factories are gx:nerally in operation the wiiolc year. , 

16. Agricultural laborers, boardeil, in this county, obUiin from fifty cents to one dollar and ; 
twenty-five cenls per day, var> ing at the d.fierent seasons of the year, and at the different 1 
kinds of work. The h.ghe»t piicc is rarelv obuined. Tlie average price per month, for 
the whole year, L> from eight to twelve dollars. IJut a snudl proportion of them, however, 
obtiim employ for the whole year; and those that labor by the da} , for the most part, arc em- 
ployed oa^ Uic good wt^ather 

1/. The profits of the cotton manufacturer have been very different in different yeerti 
From 'be ^nvs that 1 became personally acquainteii witli the business, until the year ISJfl^ 
the buft-nca Wiis coiisideied tair; the profits Wi re not great, but such as to induce mamifiio- 
turem to increase, and others 10 luveiii money m the business. It is to me verv doubtfiil if, in 
the Vtter patt of the year iH^tit and the whole of tnc year 1829, embracing probably eigiiteen 
months, liki^iig tiw whule manufacture of cotton in the county, there was any thing made 
by tbe busmess Some «siabh»hiilentB doubtless madu Hometliing. Some who were under 
lei^iy contracU fur ine supply of goods* that proved tiivurable; others who made a doiim* 
bW arucle for the caitco business, obtained fair prces. But if all the mills and machinery in 
thfk^ounft had, in the sprmg of Xi^i^ been phiced in as good Older end repair «s they wwe 



I Doc. No. 308. ] t6 

ia 1828| I b«lie«-e it wduld hare Uken all that wm made by opcnifin;'' thcmi. Buntip tHk 
tine, the price* of libor were considerably dinifimhed, ami sfmif altcrntioiis n»ade in ilMt. 
chinerr, vhicli, together with a small advam'.c of j,''o<)ds, caused it to be a fair biiiuncM M&tk 
m 18V). TV business continued fnir until the fall of 1831 ; and it is novr doiibtfiil agiin^Hie- 
Thcr inv prr)6ts are making by this business. The low price of gt>oda in 1836—9, wis 
douHtie«ciuscd, in some measure, bvthe extensive prothiction of them in the United StafdbL 

try was in i1 

. m - business^ pi 

w, together with the fact that less floods were iniportcd, that we arc to attribute the rlie 

i?*- '^"f" manufacturinff business again in 1830. In the years 1830 and 1831, new and 

■ffe iBvestnicntB were made in the business, the pKnlurtion much increased, and recently 

Ike iBpartations have again been immense, which, in my opinion, hva been the cause cf the 

meiit depres^oTi. I am unable to state the prcciso rates of profit during this time. It 

kiweftT may om he imuroperto state, that muny establishments in this county have changed 

kads in consequence or not succeeding in the business, the origfinal investments having been 

WiHy lost, or neariy so, and some of them more than once. Two istablishments were 

Momenced in this Tillage in the year 1813, and put in o])ention probably aboift the c«m- 

■eficeraent of 1814. These octablishments were placed under the care of skilful and ex- 

perenccd maciji^rs. one of which is now managed by the same perwn who first had charge 

iCft The real estate originally purchased has advance<l to pn)bably tiiree times its cost; 

Hrt Tcry littKr money has been paid for insurance, being for most p:irt of the time at the risk 

«f :lie owners; and still, by recent sales, the stock will not nett the owner five per cent. 

■PM<^ cost One of these establishments did, however, in the fall of 1821, meet with con- 

vckraUe loas by fire. On the whole, it is doubtful if :it this time the whole value of the 

p?op«rty in this county is worth more than the money thai has been invested in this business. 

TDs state of things, however, in a great measure, has bren prcxbiced by the improvements 

aade ic aachinen', causing the machinery first purchased to be worthless; and to effect the 

dttogr, ind establish the mill anew, it would take all that hud been made in former years. 

18, The rates of profit of the business of this county, liavo, f-.r the mjst part, been small; 
if we except the banking businr.'SH and the wh:dc fishery, less tiian ■tix per cent. 

19. Thft coA of manuJacturing grailuully diminished in conscmicncc of the improvements 
IB BMckineTy, and of the uperjitor's skill, untd the year iS'2Ui from that time until 183U, 
soae reduction took place in the wages of the operators. Since 1K.T0, ihe cost has agunin* 
creased, some by the increase of wage^; the operatoi's obtaining probably morcr at this time 
ibr their sen kes than for any time within the last twent}* ycHrs. The prices of cotton dur- 
ug this time has been various. 

2U. The cotton manufacturing business was established in this county as early as 1800. 
Far the first few years 'he increase was nut great, but more recently has been vciy rapid. 

11. I can only say, in reuly to this question, that the prices of goods arc now veiV low, 
coapaivd with them formerly; probably cotton goods do not bring more than one-fifui part 
what they did 25 years «ncc. 

3?. In tliis village are about 26,000 cotton spindles; in addition to these, are one calico 
otabliahmtrnt, one woollen factory, and one roiring, slitting, and nail mill. The place con- 
tuM more dian 4000 inhabitants, and but for these establishments very few of them would 
luve been here; so that it may be fair to infer that all or nearly all of them are dependant on 
tbne fsrablishments. From this mav be inferred the amount of agricultural products con- 
smed. The kinds are auch probabfy as are consmned in every town in New England. 

23. Tke household manii&ctures in the southern sections of the county, are iiiconsidera- 
Ue; ID the Dorthem paits, the braiding of sItaw is practised to a considerable e^ent^ and 
viAa the last few years more than formerly. 

34^ 25. Cotton gooda of the finer descriptions, calico, and many woollen cloOis, are im- 
parted sad ibki as low, or lower, than they can be manufactured in this country. 

S5. I am unable to answer. 

V. Of conrse coHons, much the greatest proportion of tlic tJuited States arc fumisheo 

" ' manii&cture . There are many articles of nianufiicture used in the United 



bln^ of vhjchf I presume, a vm small ptoportion, if any, are imported. ^ 

H 79. Articles manufiictured m this county are consumed iu all parts Of the Umtid 
£z|ioctatiOBS of coarse cottons have been made to Mexico, the various parts of 
America, and to some ps»rts of Africa. British manufactures are sold in tbe samo 



IfaimfiMture^ articles are, for the most part, sold on a credit of from six to twelve 
i„,„ig Vct7 few cotton goods are disponed of in barter. 

3l. If th r cotton nianufiu:tuhng business were broken up in this count}', the cftcct would 
be minovi: the inhabitants would be under the necessity of rejiorUiig to other parta for ev- 



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ployment; the vilue of lands and buUdings would be very much reduced, aiid a large pro- '^ 
portion of the laboring people, while in the county, would be destitute of the means oi' '■- 
fopport. 

33. The manufacture of iron from the ore, in this county, is inconsidcrab'e. 

33, S4t 36. I know of no branch of manufacture which, for a series of years^ has |pio- ; . 
duced more than the ordinary rates of interest be 

35. If manufacturers are under the necessity of abandoning^ their business, they will find .-*. 
no dHBeulty in employing their capital, for the reason that tJicy will have none to employ; 
thflir bmldingi, machineiy, and water pririleges, which comprise the manutacturer'a capital^ ;r 
vQl be neai^ worthless. -' 

37, 38, 39. 1 am unable to answer. .: 

Perhaps it may be thought strange that real estate has advancctl, as is set. forth in tlie re- ^ 
p^ to thii 17th Question, when manufactures have not realiz*^d five per cent, for their in- ^ 
▼ettmcnts: but tnis is accounted for by the fact that manufacturers, to induce people to ^ 
leave their homes, the places of their nativity, have paid them more for their labor than th^ ,^ 
would otherwise have obtained. By this means, they have been enabled to spend vaare^ 
thereby furnishing employment foe mechanics of almost all kinds, and for trading to advan- 
tage. These manufacturers purchased, too, ^ore lands than they actually needed for the 
accommodation of their establisluncntsi and these lands have, a part of them, been sold for 
house lota, and to other concerns since Mtablished. Another reason is, tliat, when the busi- 
neii has been fair, and it was tliought some profits were making, strangers have been induced 
to make new investments, which, when made, cannot be taken away. Others there wcre^ 
who, by the improvements made in machinery, were led to believe that, if old mills weie 
lunning at a loss, by buildin|^ new ones, and making use of these improvements, a fair bu»- 
ness may be done; and the tact of such a population liaving been collected together, who^ " 
rather than undergo the trouble and risks of breaking up, £sposin^ of their estates, reniov- -^ 
ing to some other place, and establishing themsi^lves anew, are satisfied with small profitii ^ 
and are induced to expend their money, if any they liave, in these estates. ^ 

Yours, respectfuUy, 

NATIl'L B. BURDEN. 

To Messrs. PniLLirs and Oseoon. ^ 

I 

DocuMExrr 3. — No. 5. j 

M, PUnipt<m*B anawen rmpeding Mourfaciures generally, particularly Cotton, ^ 

13. Tlie amount of all diese expenses, &c., as I have estimated them in the businett of ' 
the Columbian Manufacturing Company, would not be far from S2 per cent on the gron ^ 
proceeds of sales. 

14. No particular branchy but aome entiUtlUhmenta in all branches. 

15. Average 12 hours per day; 11 } months in the year. 

16. $t per day; $1? per month. 

17. Fkom 1814 to 1830 there was more loss than profit in tlie cotton and woollen. 

C 1829, no profit, 

Urt three ye^s ? IKO, 10 per cent. ? in some ertrf.l»hmeirt5. 

(1831, 15 per cent., and perhaps more, y 

The hilmediate cause of the increase or decrease l«as been tlie changes in the relative . 
prices of the manufactured articles, and of the stock, materials, and labor. These, ezeept- , 
mg tsibor, have been liable to fluctuations, the causes of which seem to have been much 
cor.nected with commercial transactions^ importations, Sic The times of least profits 
In manufiftcturing (and probably all other business,) generally follow a season of heavy im- 
portatioii, and an werflowmff jfational TW'Sury 

18. There are few kinds of business upon wluch any accurate calculation of profits is 
made by those who engage in them, except those of manufacturers, traders, or others, wheiv 
perMms are jointly concerned. Different kmds might, according to skill and economy hi 
msnsgement, pay fttMn 4 to 20 per cent 

19. The cost of manufactured articles has decreased materially amcc 1815, exceptiqg, 
oceasionslly, when the stock or materials suddenly advanced, as, for instance, the price of 
cotton in 1825, and of wool in 1830, and part of 1831. This diminution in the cost has not 
been m the price of labor, wluch is now as high as in 1814, bat partly in the decreased 
price of nateriais, cotton in particular, in that branch; but the diminution of cost has been 
mo<ljy m the reduced priee and improvements of machinery, and in the great improvements 
hf WBioh this Mine smount of labor prodnses much more than it formerly did. 



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90. IV bnaclies in this town were esUbliihed as sUted under the first hesd. Withui 
six ▼esn. ^ quantity of cotton and woollen goods has increased from 75 to 100 per cent. 
in tint towiL 

21. This k answered by prices current in the different markets in different years. 

23. Am fifahHahmrnt Uke that of the Columbian Manufkctiiringf Company, employine 

— KT-Aor hands* causes the consumption, by those who do nothinr towards producing 
flfsgricuhvral productions, exclusive of cotton, to the amount of not less than !I4 000 
I sbovt 014,000. 

S- Smut to any amount in this town. They have probably decreased for som« years past. 

Al The ** drab gaiters" are ready to answer; but the truth can only be obtained from 
kMH AmencanA who know the facts. 

16. Hone to any amount in this town, except some woollen fi^oods. 

2r. Of coane cottons, the whole is probably supplied by domestic manufacture. 

3Ql Aitades are usually sold on six months credit, and to be paid in cash{ but sometimes 
«e bsitcred for fbrein goods, &c. 

31. The effect of breucin^ up anv particular branch of nianufacture would be to give 
Ihe monopoly of the supply m that branch to foreigners, wliich would eventually result in 
ndinr the price to consumers. The persons in it might resort to some of the other 
bruiches:that is, desert a sinking ship, and enter another, already overladen, and tinkthai^ 
nig9 dotat wiik ii. The effect, at first, and for a vcr^ short time, might be to raise the 
price of land and biiildinCB; but it would lessen the price of agricultural products, and, in 
^ cfld, of land itaelC and all other articles, except ihoae of the hraneh broken up. The effect 
oafaboring classes would be to narrow the field which a greater variety of branches would 
fisMh lor employment, and, consequentlv, to reduce the price of labor. 

S3. Such duty or other re|^lation as wiU compel the foreigner to sell at a los$, if he sell at 
an ia «ur home market. This, and this only, is protection. What rate of duty is sufficient 
ibr tins pnrpose, depends upon the cost of f> reign articles, as required in answer to query 
24- Protect all other branches, and make other buvness profitable, and we ask no oihar prft- 
tectxm o« the article of coarse cottons, such as we make . But if all around us are doing a 
bad buanrss it is absurd for us to expect profits for any leng^ of time. 

34. The reduction of duties on cottons to 12^ per cent, would have no immediate effect 
on eoarte cottons, as intimated before; but it is probable that a general reduction to that rate 
would, a& first, nnn the wh<rfe manufacturing interest. AH could not manufacture coarse 

cottons. Whatever may be the effect of reducing duties, the average rate of profiu for the 

last twenty yean wUi not bear reduction. If, therefore, reduction of duties is to reduce 

prices, the oanu&ctures must be abandoned, or the price of labor and otiier materials must 

codorai. Manu&cturing capital has heretofore, within twenty years, been ^yi^ times almost 
iftnek teoBk existence; but new prospects, new tariffs, &c. have reanimated it, and kept up 
Reprice of labor If Government now turns about in its course, things must unavoidably 
^ke a different diape, or manufactures be abandoned. 

35 .% veiy sii^uJar question. ««Thc persons engage<l in such branch" would find no 
tfcuhy in the en^loyment of their capital, at Icasit that port of it which was invested in 
the abandoned branch of business. Where Is a manufacturer's caoita].^ By abandoning 
their boaincsa, they would necessarily abandon their capital, and be left to employ themselves 
SI tfaey could, and probably without any capital 

36. For the iaot twenty years, the profits have not averaged C'per cent, on the cotton and 
vooDea bosness. Improvements in the manufacture, and other circumstances which have 
icdaeed tbe cost, have, together with domestic and foreign competition, also reduced the 
pnem iaslead of imereamng Ae profits. It is now asked what further reduction can be made, 
ad hare a profit of 6 per cent ^ The answer is, no fVirther reduction can be made in the 
aitr^e nrofitiL Had those who lukve ennged in the busineas heretofore been aware of the 
it«k olididr inTestment, as it has turned out, their capital would never have been invcstod. 
Ihey woe led on by fidse hopes, which have never yet been realized, and which it seems, 
bwwg been snlBciently effectual m decoys, are now to be removed entirely. The reductiop, 
V il «* kf pbce at all, must be made in some oiacr item th.in the profits. 

ST. neWl lately reported by the Committee on Manofactures, with some ahcratio&s, it 
iilhmilH^ would be an advantageous change. 

^Tlie difficulty of assesang ad valorem duties is so great, on articles of such unlimited 
fMIr as tfaose of cotton and woollen j^oods, that It ii hatdly possible to provide an equiva- 
teiv the mtniiiHim system by a substitute of ad valorem duties. 

39. The operation of * change might defeat the frasdf of fUie foreign invoices, and the 



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Document 3. — No. 6. 

J7/*. Jamts Ilortoti's answers respecting Flannel Jiusincbif. 

IX Cannot tell, only as respects tlic miiniLfaciurc of such articles as I am acquainted widi, ^ 
which would probably amount to from 20 to 30 per cent. 

14. Maniifacturing establishments generally do business on tlipir own cap t:d; at particiitar 
times.they ^jre money, and at other tunes they have an excels, but at all timps their capital . 
exceeds the amount of real estate and muchinen'. 

15. Avcrag^e 10 hours per day the year round. 

16. The summer season, from 14 to 16 dollars j)cr month, and board; fbr the year ruiifi4 

8 dollars per mouth. "T 

17. This cannot be answered with m\ich accuracy, manufacturings has been so fluctiuitin{f$ 
but there can be no doubt but what the manufacturin.qf interest, taken tog^cther since the ' 
year 1816, has been attended with g^eat loss. This has been occasioned generally by foreign ^ 
importations; but, for the last two years, it has been fair business, but not better tluin many ]^ 
other 8( irts of business. ' - 

18. Should think from 10 to V2i per cent. 

19. The cost of labor for manuiactunng' has been reduced, partly by improrement in 
machinen', and partly by practice and experience. Materials luve varied much in prices^ ^- 
consequently the cost of'^g^ods has varied. ■' 

20. The increase of manufactures for the last six years has been very great; the increase ' 
of many articles, such as flannels, baizes, bocking^, boots and shoes, hats, combs, leather, - 
cabinet ware, alum, vitriol, white lead, tin ware, and ship-building, from one to two hundred ■ 
per cent. 

21. Cannot say, except as regards flannels, not being enough acqusunted witli sales of ^ 
fither articles. The prices for which flannels of same qualities nave ocen sold fbr the last -"* 
five years, are as follows: r 

1827. 1828. 1829. 1830. 1851. 

11 50 13 7S 10 75 11 7S 13 65 ^ 

18 50 21 00 13 25 15 25 16 25 

20 00 21 75 15 00 16 00 16 50 

21 00 22 75 15 75 16 50 16 75 

22. Cannot say wluit the amount is, but it is very great. All our bit'ad stuffs, and man}' ' 
other articles of agricultural productions, come from the south and west, such as rice, ^ 
tobacco, and larg^ quantities uf wool. The amount of flour and com consumed in thii Vil- 
lage, in consequence of the manufactui'ing business, is not less than $25,000 per year. 
Destroy the manufacturing interest, and tliere would not be $100 of southern produce sold 
in this place in tlie same time; for, instead of the operatives being consumers, as they lUMr ■ 
are, they would be growers of bread stuffs. 

23. There is but very little household m:inuf:ictui*e done in this county. Labor-savingp mii- 
chincry bringing tlie articles so nuich lower than can he made in houses, it is found riKMt 
profitable to purchase. The same time spent iu a factory will produce at least ten timea as 
much as it wdl in household manufacture. 

24. Man^- articles are manufactured in the county, that are sold for about the amount of ■ 
duty. This has been occasioned by the duty amotmting to prohibiti in, which encouraged 
home competition, and has been the means oi* bringing tlie ai-ticlcs to the very lowest pnCe. * 
Had it not been foi* the high duty, we should nave been dependant on foruig^i countriea for ■ 
supplies^ and the articles would have bc-eu much higher. Flannel, which is made to a reiy 
considerable extent in this county, sells lower tluin they can be imported for unth the pre- . 
sent duty. Wool being so much liigfacr in thb than in foreign countries, tliose goods miirt 
necessarily come higher. Such wool as flannel is made of costs here now. and has cost for 
the last two years, 50 cents per pound» while it is worth but 18 to 20 cents per pound in 
finghmd. This, however, wiul not be the case long, tlie growing of wool being much better 
than any other agricultural production. This wiif promote competition in production, and 
Will toon reduce the price to a fair value with other productions. We can manu&cture a ; 
piece of flannel of same quaUty now, (that is, the labor,) as cheap as it i^-as manu Actur e d m •. 
1824^ in England; but our manufitotiires coming in competition witn the Eng-lish, it Yam had ; 
the effect to reduce the price of British labor to a ytity small pittance per day, while oqr - 
labor has kept about the aame. The effect of destroying our maiuiflicturing, vrotild ' M to > 
lessen the pnce of labor in our coCintry very much, and raise it m Khgland. 

35. Thert are^many articles that come into competition with American flannels, nrhieh, in i 
fact^ is nothing more nor less than flannel, only called by a different name, »nd differently 
finished, such as being twilled, friezed, and differently colored. 

26. Probably from 8 to 10 per cent. 



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T. ProoAbly from 85 to 95 per cent 

r-. Afi p^r..» •''I" the t'nilcd StrtcrK. 

?^. Bq«iU mod jho«:ii, hate, nnd cabinet wares *!» exported to tfie Ksist and Weit Indies 
r'd NO-rJi America. Some articles come in conipelltiun witli theni in those niiirkets from 
F. Ttml 

3p1l lapMfiblc to say, except so far as I am acquainted; »uch ^oods arc g'cncrally sold on 
acrej'^ -sif/Hcn 6 to 8 months. 

jL n» t5 obvir>iis to the most superficial obscn-cr. What nnist men do when throM'n 
w /faplovnient' Seek a new one. Now every brancli of business beinjif stocked H*ith 
kSc:^ recourse m-.ist be had to the land. A great many mtivt be satisfied wKh what they 
oipnr-!ice therefrom. Flax must be raised, ami substituted for cotton; enougfh wool must 
Kaiied fiir the con.mmption of eHch family, and no more will be wanted, as there will be. 
wpirchasers. Thtry mi!st m:ike their own clothing', not havinjf the means of purchanng*, m 
saose^uence of bciii^ thrown out of employment Nntwiiiistnndinfc cotton and woollei\ 
nodiiiiiy be purcli&iHfd for less than they can manufuctura \\wn\ for, necessity wiU compel 
3m to cletfac themselves from their own productions. Itcal'e<tatc in sea-port towns and 
rilhnt would lall very much; in manufacturing villuf^ifs it would be worth little or nothinj^. 
Trkde vould diminish >cencrally to an extent little nppivhended by those that have not exa- 
itscd the subjt-irS and the shippinf*' interest would iMifler ezceedingfly. In proportion to 
leexteci cf breakinj^ up manufacturing' establishments, would these eOects be felL 

d2. Iron is not manufMcturcd in this cotmty. The .American is preferred to any other at 
*heBBie pncc Wast th<^ duty taken off, presume we should not have one pcHmd of Ameri- 
cu. The fo r ttg n wotild come at less price, and con.4ef[uently stop the manufacture, as it 
MBtK pays the way of manufacturing' at tho present prices, as I have been informed by gtxid 






Jj h is impossible to sa}'. as the British Gnvemment are always on the watch to protect 
thnrtmn iaduartr>', rar%*in$f their liws for tlwt purpose, an<l to annul the laws of other coun- 
ts («) &r as their lefpskitivc acts will do it that an* nmde for tlie :irotection of their own 
ifiJutn. The fact is, evcrj' person th;it has arri\'ed to years «f und'^rstandlnf^ kno«^ very 
7(11 the meaninff of protection; anrl if nny article of the growth or production of our country 
i4 '.:l^vJ^di^l to be protecte<l, it is quite inimaterisl what the duty is, if it amov.nts to protec> 
v:«i if one piece of gtvods can he imporl(*d, and remtmcrate tlie importer, one thousand 
Bttv be, and thu* destroy tls 2 Americ.in manufactiire. There is no danger of the American 
nuirjfjctiirer Bakinpr too great profits: the linnie competition will always reduce the prices 
cif any article to a fair profit, compared w:th other busin>'SH It appears to me, the only 
qucstioa to deckle is, u hether we shall protect our own indnntry or foreign. 

W. No^ titey -couhl noC; it wotihl destroy about all. Perliups crtarse cottons could be 
nsdr; but the manufacture of even this article would be seriously intemipted by foreign 
i^portatioiis. Tlus voukl be done by the foreign sliippinj;^ to tiiis countiy', from time to 
voie, wirh the expectation and calculation of makmg » s:trritice, with the view of destroying 
vhit little we m^ifbt otherwise do in the manufacturinf^ line. 

.•S. The capital investefl in real estate and machinery would !)c a total loss; and there 
«viU be great l<iss in capital not invested in rea^ e8*ate and machinery, as there would be 
!ii|pe slocks on hand that wotdd fall immediately. 

«6. Any reduction of the present duty would leave the m-tnufacturer with less proAt than 
^iper cent. To Se sure, ttic nominal prolit is at pres<>nt i^r^'ater; but when the dctcriora- 
toaof vadnnery is taken into view, it will not give the manufacturer more than six percent. 

37. This is a aibject which reouires a considerable consider ition; but if there is a deter- 
l asilkw to protect American inaustry in preference to foreign, tliere is no difficulty in fix- 
ii^ on the method nf preventing^ frauds. 

id As ad ralorem duty, fixed on ttie value at the port when* entered, can ne%*er answer; 
tfae nteofduty would not and coidd not be ecpial; ii would tiuciuate in every port, and 
peribps 'n each port, every week. 

id. If finauds were prevented, it would have a tendt^ncy to keep o«.ir markets more regular; 
kae competition would be stimidated, and articles would be alforded at the lowest poftiible 
piioBk The nnrkets are now very fiuctuatnig, in consequence of forcif^ importations. 
Wtaes IB article f^ta up a little, large quantities of goods are imported, which lowers the 
pne« both of importea and American manufactured goods. The importer and manufac- 
^lRri(■e moneys importat'u.^.is are stoppe<l for a wmle; l.^e m:'rket consequently improves; 
nlfcit Ite importer thinks he can make a profit; lar<e quantities of goiuls are again imported, 
nvket» overstocked, and ^lods fall in price. It frjtuds were pi*e vented, goods would, on 
ui avcrasf y shortly be cheaper, and not subject to sucli flucHiatirms. 

JAMES HORTON, 
JiQt:ni of a hHatmH Factory in Amtsbary. 



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DoctrMBNT 3. — No. 7. 

Mr, Bezakd Jhftfjr.'s answen rapeeUng Manufadurt8 gentratty^ poHieuktrly CaUoM. 

UzisiiMSy March 31, 1839. 

GxifTUMiv: I received from you, some days since, the annexed drcular,* and inteode ^. 
o hare ^ven you a prompt reply; but absence from m> family, and indupensable engw« i. 
oient^ must be my apology tor the long delay. The object of your inqniiy m to ck 
ioformation on a gpreat v;'riety of topics connected with the agp-icuhural, maniifaeturing*, an 
commercial interests of the county. Having had no personal agency in the operations c 
tnde, manufactures, or the mechanic arts, I have no data in relation to most of the topics o' 
your inquiry* on which to predicate opinions entitled to consideration. As respects man* ' 
of them, it must be apparent that no information, excepting such as has resultra ftom du'"" 
most thorough and systematic manner of keeping the various expense a'^counts incident tc * 
the different branches of business, can be relied upon. In some of the larger manufacturing 
estabUshmenta in the county, such a system of expense, and profit and loss accounts, mi^ '* 
have been pursued as to answer the desired purfiOHe. I doubt, however, whether it has - 
been done in any with sufficient accuracy to warrant any gfeneral conclusion. 

As respects most of the manufacturing establishments in the county, they have been * 
erected and continued in operation in the following manner: A site has first been selected - 
suitable for subsequent operations. The necessary building and fixtures have next been- 
erectcd, the machinery then p\it in, and the business prosecuted with much of the looseness*, 
incident to our agricultural pursuits. Machinery, slightly constructed, has been frequentlgf , 
mused with all the attention required by ricketty chiklren— « continual tax on the bunncss - 
for which it was designed. In other cases, the use of expensive and well constructed nm^ . 
chinery has been entirely superseded by the introduction of new improvements, by which a '. 
saving in labor was to be obtained beyond the value of the oid machmery, or the expense of .. 
the new. In this way, the garrets and out4iouses of most of our manufactories have been ., 
crowded with discarded machinery, to make room for that of more approved character. .' 
The expenses incident to such a course of operations has been a charge on the business^ * 
sometimes sustained by its profits, and occasionally by new assessments on the owner, but^ .; 
in most instances, without that precision in the accounts, that could enable the owners to 
ascertain, with any thing like precision, how much of the profits of the buuness, or rather ^ 
how mudi of their funds, have been absorbed in outfits, improvements, or repairs. ^ 

Some of our most systematic manufacturers could certainly give you the desired informa* * 
tion, with sufficient accuracy for all practical purposes, if time were allowed to ascertain tfia "^ 
result a a system of accounts adapted to the object, but, without the precise information ' 
resulting from such a course, 1 doubt whether any information, as relative to very many of 
your inquiries^ can be obtained with any greater precision than such as has resulted mm ■ 
common observation as to the practical results of the various branches of industry. One ' 
thing is very certain, that the information I may communicate, and the suggestions I shell 
makcy are principally the result of general observation, to be relied upon rather as matter of 
opinion than experimental knowledge. 

You will pardon these preliminary remarks, which, I trust, will not appear totally inepipli- 
cable; and, without further apology, 1 will p\e you the little information I possess on the 
various topics embraced in your communication. 

As respects the several inquiries embraced in the general question No. 15—*' What is tiie 
expense, in the respective branches of manufacturing carried on in your county, of wear and 
tear^ Repair of tools, apparatus, and machinery^ Replacing machines, in consequence of 
improvements? Depreciation in the value of buildings and fixtures? Insurance agninst 
floods, fires, and other accidents? Rents? Interest of capital from tlie purchase of mste^ 
rials to the time of realizing tlie proceeds of manufsicturcd articles? Sahuics or eoaqMnsa- 
tion to agents, clerks, supefintcndcnls, watchmen, &c.? Loss by bad debts in«sales? Com* 
imMion paid to selling agents and consignees? Transportation and storage of materials and 
manufiictured artcles? Wliat would these expenses and losses amoimt to per cent on tho 
gross proceeds of manuf.4Ctured articles?" The only reply I can make to most of them is 
contained in the foregoing remarks. As respects some or them, however, I can speak more 
definitely. The depreci:icion in the value of buildings and fixtures, I think, may be put 
down at four per cent, per annum { insurance against fire on tho more important branches 
of manufactures, (say woollen, cotton, and iron,) average two per cent; rents, mne; interest 
of capital, 8ix{ cominisuon and transportation, including guaranty, seven. 

In reply to quer>' No. 14— "Which particular branches of manufacturing, if any in the 
county, are carried on, to any considerable extent, with borrowed capital^ and to what ex- 
tent'" I W'KiId .ti)«crve. that, as respects the lesser manufactures of the county, (I mean, 
excepting the manufiK^ture of wool, cotton, and iron,) I believe they are generally prosecuted 



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v«bmt bmwel ophml. In the muiuftcture of the excepted materials, I believe that forty 
per oenL of dv ^nant is done on borrowed capital. 

TCo. I j. • gffr muiy hours in a day do the operatives work in each of the respective 

^ wch e s ^■cifictures in the connty^ and how many months of the year are they em- 

pVivcd s aek of the respective branches^" 

AwMc IVt genermlly labor twelve hours per day, and are employed through the year. 

Xt Jrf. "Wiist is the rate of wages of aji^ricultural laborers in your coimty, per day, in 

Aeaaer Karm, supposing their employers to board themi and per month, for the whole 

;v te kbom- bong- boarded >" 

iiti. The gmeral rate of wages in agricultural pursuits will probably vary little from 

Tflib wr day dazing the active season, say from the 1st of April to the la^t of November. 

kasf the season of summer harvest, active and skilful laborers command 91 per day. The 

aKflf vigef per moodi will not vary materially from f 11, the employer in both cases fin'd- 

if Inud. 

59. 17. ^ What has been the tate of profit in each particular branch of manufacturing in 
tt county, each year, since its establishment in the county, supponng the business to be 
xried on wrdi the mami&cturer's own capital, and not by borrowed capital^ What, more 
puticaisxly, has been the rate of profit during the last three years ^^ What has been the cause 
tf !be brrease or decrease of profit from time to time?" 

rer. As aspects the first branch of the inquiry, I do not feel sufficiently informed to 
an opiiBon. For several years after the introduction of manufactures in the county, 
s excited little observation or inquiry, so fiu* as respected their success; and I 
of asoertaining what were their annual profits. It was, however, apparent to 
lW SDSt supezficnl observer, that the profits were exceeding^ fluctiLiting; so much so, as 
toskenafielr excite a spirit of competition, and to sicken the hearts of those who had em- 
biked ra the docbtfol enterprise. 

For the Itft tiiree yearsi, the woollen and cotton business has been ^nctuating, but its 
TBMv maoem m more a matter of public observation, and the result may be spoken of with 
loae coofidence. 

TV avcra^ raiA of profit for the last three years, I think, may be set down at 7 per cent 
pe toHOBik \n 1^9, say nothing; in 1830, 15 per cent;^ and, in 1831, 6 per cent. This 
Wma fe nn \na rewiliBd primarily mim our national legislation, and the injudicious course of 
ttuse who rsknhtfi to derive the first advantage from it. On the passage of the tariff of 
1328; the ODOBcimi interest, ever on the alert, confidently believed that the effect of the 
ibttte womid be to ahsnce very much the value of articles to be protected by it, afid, nndcr 
the iii^ii mt » ofaueh opinion, ordered into the coimtry an amount of goods much beyond 
vfttf wmid have been adequate to our wants, independent of our own manufactures. The 
gooJt wien in the country, and were to be paid for. This could only be done by putting 
fka ia the znarket in competition with our own fiibrics. The effect was to depress the 
|Bee of goods nnch below their actual cost, to the utter ruin of very many of our valuable 
HbklGtkaMewtMt and the deep injury of those who had involved us m the difficulty. Tlus 
a&cBW d< iiji ssinii so paralyzed the effects of our own nuinufactures, as to lessen materially 
(heprodacaon of our own looms, and so damped the ardor of commercial speculation, as to 
sRveat the ordinary amount of importations. These combined causes soon relieved our mar- 
ket «f the cxceflnrc, ruinous glut ; American fabrics were again in brisk demand; and^ during 
USo^ ov iMonifibCtixrers enjc^ed a lucrative business. The success of 1830 again excited 
ta^OaAm, «**! increased domestic manufactures to such an extent as again to reduce the 
frnfe to aBchr its customary rate. 

So. 1& ''What is the usual rate of profit in the count)* in the various kinds of business 
fOMTaflyr" 

ver. Pnibably about 4) per cent. Having been concerned in a cotton manufactory, 
I conidered ordinarily successftil, I set down the annual nett profits of the manufiic- 
intertae, for a series of years, at six per cent. My own experience and observation 
ed me conclusively that the business of agriculture, presented, under ordinaty 
. in tfiis county, will not affoni a nett annual profit beyond three per cent This 
ki profits between the agricultural and manufacturing interest is, however, in a 
Dbviated by the more uniform and certain results of the former in comparison with 
thnae oT the latter. 

3fo. 19. «'How much has the cost, to the manufacturer himself, of the :irticles manufac- 
tared in the county increased or diminished from year to year, each year, since the com- 
f iiii f ii BM it of each branch? and has this increase or diminution of the cost to the manufacturer 
besB in the wages, or expenses of matsriuK or from what other cause has it arisen?" 

AiBVcr. I Itove no information from which I would venture to state, even conjecturally, 
v^ Itod been the variation, from year to year, in the expense of producing the various 
sr&des manu&ctured in the countv. As respects the general resuh, I can speak with much 
cB iiM e u cc . Tike ^ various aiddes manu&ctiired in the county,- they are pmbably pro- 
tend at s u met hiu g less thao JO per cent of their coet to the nmnuAetaTtn^ m their ttnieil 



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effects. This saving has resulted partially in the diminished expense of the raw matetklf '^ 
something has been saved in the expense of labor; but t^e prinapal difference has resulted ''■ 
from the mtroduction of improved machinery. The price of labor has not varied raatetiaQf ' 
from year to year, excepting^ that of the most expensive character. On the introduction or " 
manunctures in the county, mercantile information and mechanical skill could not be < 
veniently dbtuned. Hence the compensation to cletks» agents, and superintendents! 
extravagant The information, at that tune possessed by few, has now become die com 
pioperty of many { and agents^ who could have obtained an annual compensation of #1,000^ ' 
can now be obtained for less than half the amount, while the compensation to eominOB : 
laborers remains nearly the same. 

No. 30. " When were the respective branches of manofiusturing established in the comity^ 
What has been the quantity of each kUid of articles mami&ctured in the county in each fear 
since the commencement in the county to the present time } Or, if the quantities cannot be 
stated, what has been the general increase or aecrease of the quantity of each lund^" 

Answer. In answer to the seversl inquiries embraced under this h^id, I must refer yott to 
the report of our county committee on the subject of manufitctures. It will probably com- 
prise all the information dearable relative to tms branch of the inquiry. 

No. 21. "What has been the Increase or decrease of price, each year, of eacb article 
manufactured in the county since the commencement of the manufacture?" 

Answer. The prices of the various articles have fluctuated materially nnce their introdno- 
tion as home manu&ctures. During the hiXe war, tiiey were generally very higjh, in c o m e 
euence of our commercial embarrassments,and the total impracticabilify of obtaimng a Mipplf 
nom our infant manufactures. Since the termination of the war, the prices have decline^ 
though not uniformly; and the expense, to the consumer, in most of the articles now maiM- 
frctured in the county, is probably 50 per cent below their ordinary prices before thijf 
were obtained from domestic productions. 

No. 22. « What amount of agricultural and other productions of the United States is con- 
sumed, or caused to be consumed, by the various manufacturing establishments in llie 
oounty? and of what Idnd?" 

Answer. The kind of agricultural productions of the United States, consumed in the 
county, are principally bread stuffs, sugar, mohsses, uid rice. That tiie consumption of 
them u materially mcreased by the introduction of our manufactures, cannot bequestionedi 
for they afford the only means in our power of paying for them. The amount of the coi^ 
sumption, or how much it is increased by that cause, I have no means of ascertaining^, b 
addition to the use of bread stuffs, sugar, molasses, and rice, iron and coal from the mmct of 
our own country are now consumed to a very considerable extent in the county, and the 
consumption rapidly increasing. 

Na 23. << To what extent, and of what kind of articles, is household manufacture 
on in the county? Has it increased or dimiiushed, and to what extent, since 1824?" 

Answer. The term household, as applied to manufactures, has been for some years in 
in contradistinction to the term domestic, and their relation seems to be suffidently m 
stood in common parUnce. I do not know, however, on what precise circumstance^ m 
relates to their production, the distinction is founded, ami am occasionally embanused bi 
tiidr application. If the term domestic is applied to eviery branch of manufacture pumeA 
as a business, and which gives steady employment, it will embrace the manufacturer ef 
■hoesi combs, straw bonnets, palm lea hats^ &c., leaving but few articles to be incladeA 
under the denomination of household manufacture, such as socks, flannela, narrow woolka% 
blankets, counterpanes, cotton and linen sheetings, shirtingi^ and diapers. Adopting thb 
distinction as correct, there has probdaly been no increase in our household msnnfhotines 
nncel824. 

No. 24. « What is the cost of imported articles similar to those manu&ctured in the 
county?" 

Answer. The cost of imported articles is to the consumer the same as of articles of do- 
mestic origin, where the quality is the same. Any connderable variation in prioe weald 
ordinarily exclude the dearer article. Preference is, however, sometimes given to Amcrt* 
csn &bncs, at an advanced price, from the greater certunty of obtaining substantial aitiele% 
and the froility of payment, in tiie barter of ap;riculiniral products and other articles thek 
could not be turned to account for foreign remittance. It may be further added, that, in all 
cases where the use of foreign &brics has come in competition with domestic manufactures^ 
it has oocaaoned a decline in the price of the imported article. 

No. 25. ^ Do foreign articles come into competition with any of those manufiictared m 
the county? and to what extent?" 

Answer. Foreign articles do come in competition with the manufacturea of the countyi 
move particulariy so as relates to the manufacture of woollens generally, fine cottons, cut- 
kiy, hc.\ the extent not known. 
Nof. S6 and 2r. '< What proportion of tbe consumption of the Umted States is sqyplied 



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Aaivcr. ihwg»iiiKtm ftqnwhkh lean McertMikwhh any tolcfmble degree of c<>H»fflty^ 
6e Tdatrre jiw y w rton of foreign and domeitic manufactures coniunied either in the United 
SMea or xa thtf eomtf . As reapeeta some artidea, the effect of domestic manufactures haa 
been to excUe the fi w cig n from our market I allude particularly to the article of coane 
oottOH; An- fare entirely superseded the frail India fabric in common use before they were 
m od ieJ trsnadres. So as respects many other artidea. Our domestic manufiustures 
Base serfrfBpplajitied the foreign articles, and are &st gaininp^ upon them in reputation. 
I aUr^otieolarly to the manulKture of iron, such as axes, chisels, augers, &c &c. 

Ss. X *fn wliai part of the United States, or in what foreign countries, are the piind- 
psiildbi maanfrctared in your county consumed?" 

irngv. The m s iml h ctu res of the county are more generally consumed by the firoe pops* 

!■■ sf the United Stsies. Hoes for pbuitation cultivation, shoea, coarse cottons and wooU 

M vDol hsta, paper, and aooie other articles, find a market in the slave-holding States. 

iftriaa of our ooaons is exported to the East IncUesi cottons, woollens, and many other 

sftEB^ to Soatn Anmcn- 

Jla 39. "^If any articles manufiictured in jrour county are exported, to what fiireign mar- 
knve they exported^ and what foreign articles of like kind come in competition wiui them 
Maich foreign pisce of sale?" 
Aasver. So nr as the question of exports is concerned, it is answered in the f orego i ng 
— *^ As respects competition in fomgn maz^ceta, I believe it is principally with y^wg^wn 

'— with the French, and occaaionally with coarse cottons of the East 




SslJO. ** Are the maniifactnres in each branch sold for immediate pyment, or on credit > 
■iif on crecfit, what credit ia given usually in each of the respective branchea? Are any 
if ^Bamifictnred articles disposed of in barter in any brancn? and, if in any, what par- 
timhr bnd> and lor what are they bartered^' 

Aanrer. The manufarfres af the county are generally sokl on a credit of from four to 
tvthe mootiM, prinopally at nx and dffht, for cash payments; a small part is exchanged or 
lartuul fcr siin artidea of agricultural produce as are necessary for the accommodation of 
ttat e ui plu y e d in the several mannfacturing establishments. 

Sbi 31. •« What would be the effect, in the county, of breaking up any particular branches 
tf vsan&aanis in it? Supposing one or another particular branch to be broken up, to 
^M. DflKrv eoq^ormeitB could the persons engaged m it probably resort? What would be 
the effccta on laa^ sad buildings? and upon the means of the laboring classes to obtaia em- 



'. The effect of discontinuing any branch of the manufactures of the county (I 
of thatt exteaavely prosecuted) would undoubtedly be prejudicial Employments 
^g pncekal skin cannot be changed without the loss of experience, Smd a loss A time. 
Uepeadeat cf this consideration, it must be evident, that, by discontinuing any branch of 
yosL lessen tike co m pe titi on for laborers, and consequentiy lessen their means 
Tbe effect upon the value of lands and biuldin^ is not so apparent. If the 
of manoftctures should compel those engaged in them to turn their attention 

, aad they should choose to pursue it m New England, it might give an 

value to our land and buildings devoted to ag^cultural pursuits. But, should 

emigrating to the more productive soil of the west, the effect would be to de« 

luc of had and buildings generally; and, if they should not, it is most evident, 

ID 6r M respects buildings denpied for the prosecution of any particular branch of 

ana not calculated for any other, the effect would be to destroy their value 




32. MJf^he maaufikctore of iron is earned on in the county, would the articles of iron 

~ conimand the market to a certain extent in the vicinity of the manufiictoiy, 

ty OB wnilar imported artidea should be entirely taken off? And,if st), to how 

ire acir^ round the manufiictoiy would the demand be supplied by the manufactonr. 

a^ffie of a perfectly free competition with aimilar foreign articles imported free of duty r' 
kmmt I The ]iianufiu:turs or iron rolled or hammered is not carried on in the coun^ to 
■f sataot. Gaalinga are manufactured, and tiieir heavy transportation would probably pro- 
tect Asm agaiiMt foreign competition witiiout duties. The manu&cture of scythes, axea, 



Km e UAie il'ticlcs manufactured in your county, and enable the domestic manufacturer to 
lUdJa a conpctitioB in the home market with the foreign manu&cturer?" 

Awwer. Haring no experience in trade, am not informed as to the prices at which arti- 
cks of irao anidbr to those produced in the county arc procured in foreign markets^ and of 
eoHie Iwve no mani of detenmniiig what would be the effect of free competition. 

VqlS^ •• Iftednty on all imported artickt were reduced to 13) per cent ad valof«in» 



S4 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

could each of the conBiderftble branches of manufactures in the county still be cairied on? 
If not, which of them would be destroyed at that rate of duty?" 

Answer. In reply to this inquiry, I would beg leave to observe, that, with a perfect reci- 
procity in other respects, I should apprehend that most of tlie manufactures of the county 
would be protected by an ad valorem duty of 12^ per cent on the \'alue of the atliclea in 
our own market. It must be apparent, however, tnat, without such reciprocity, a duty of 
V2i per cent would be totally inadequate. 

To exemplify this position, I would suppose the following case: The manufitcturea of 
Great Britain are protected by prohibitory duties. Let us suppose that her consumptioa of 
articles thus protected amounts to 90 millions annually, and mat her manufacturera would 
realize 100 milKons if they manu&ctured merely a supply for the market: let us suppoae^ 
farther, that they manufacture 100 millions, creating' an excess of 10 millions beyond Um- 
demand of the market; this surplus would unquestionably reduce the price of all the gooda 
25 per cent if they were confined to their own market for sale. This would g^ve to the 
manufacturer but 75 millions for the g^oods that cost 90, resulting in an annual lost of 15 
millions. Give them, however, Uie privilege of sending the surplus to us at a duty of ld4» 
and they realize but 75 per cent on the cost of what we receive; the whole operation would 
give them lUZ^ nullions for the goods costing 90. What, on the other hand, would be the 
effect on our manufiu^tures, excluded as we are from the British markets, supposing that we 
could produce the articles as low as they are manufactured in Great Britain? Let us suppoae 
our consumption to equal 50 nullions, and our manufiu;tories adequate to the production of 
that amount If protected, as are the British manufactiu^s, tlie business woula give a profit 
of 5 millions. But permit the introduction of 10 millions, creating an excess of 20 per centt 
and the article that cost our manufacturer 50 miUions, would not command over 37^ million^ 
resulting in a loss of 7i millions, instead of a profit of 5. Thus, while the Briti^ manufiio- 
turers, protected by prohibitory dutie^ would realize a profit of 7i millions from the privilege 
of semlmg the excess of their productions to our markets, subject to a duty of 12^ per cent» 
our manufacturers would loose 7i millions from the mere want of correspondent facilities in 
disposing of their productions in the English nuurkets; and this upon the supposition that the 
g^ds can be produced by our own manufiicturers at as low a rate as in English manufactories. 

There may oe fidlacy in this reasoning; if so, I am unable to perceive it If there is none^ 
the necessity of duties for above 12^ per cent, to protect our manufactures, must be appa^ 
rent, while foreign nations adhere to the policy of protecting their own manu&ctures by 
the exclusion of ours. 

No. 35. ** If any branch of manufactures was abandoned, how could the persons engaged 
in such branch employ their capital?" 

Answer. By changing their pursuits to some other branch of business now suffering from 
competition, or to 'some new branch of industry, subject, in cither case, to a loss of tiin^ 
and of the advantages of experience. 

No. 36. ** What reduction might be made on the respective branches of manufactures 
oanied on in the county, and stilTleave the respective manufiurtured articles so fiir protected, 
that they could be manufiictured at a profit (» six per cent per annum?" 

Answer. I am not sufficiently acquainted with the respective branches of manufitciurei in 
the county, to determine their relative rates of profit It seems to me, however, to be per- 
fectly certain that, assuming 6 per cent per annum as the ordinary profit of business, audi 
is the enterprise of our population, and its ingenuity in varying its pursuits, that no one 
branch of manufiurtures can ever give, for any considerable length of time, an extra profit* 
or much beyond 6 per cent, admitting that as the average rate. 

It seems to me equally certain, that, when the duty on any given article of manufiictures ia 
adequate to its protection, the same causes will prevent an enhancement of price, although 
the duties should be so increased as to render them prohibitoiy. High duties, suddeiuy 
imposed, wo«ild generally produce a temporary enhancement of price; but the conmner 
wiU ultimately and ordinarily find as ample protection in the enterprise and ingenuity of our 
manu&cturera, as they could in duties prohibitory. 

As respecu the tiiree following queries, Nos. 37, 38, and 39, in relation to a change in 
the mode of collecting our duties; the imposition, in all cases, of ad valorem instead of nuiu- 
mum duties; and the operation that such a change would probably have in the prevention of 
frauds now practised on the revenue; I must refer you to gentlemen much better informed 
than myself on the subject My own information on these topics a too limited to be at all 
rdiedupon. 

With sentiments of respect, your obedient ser\'ant, 

. BEZALEEL TAFT» Jm. 

UxBnii>ex» April 13, 1832. 

P. 8. I am mortified at the necessity of offering a further apology for so long a delay; but, 
fiince the commencement of this communication, I have been most of the time from home, 
and have only been able to devote to the labject an occanonal hour snatched from other 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 85 

DOCTTXERT 9. — ^No. 8. 
WoktUft wuu>en ntpeetmg Cotton Buaineu. 

Pawtccket, Jpril 7, 18S2. 

Stt: 1 fcecrith forwd three sheets, contaiiuDg all the information I have been able to 

voBeet ■ it Krerml towns therein mentioned; have convened with most of the manu£u:- 

tmai ■ iam towns who hiiTe had opportunity to inform themselves on the subject, and 

iid is fuienUy to concur in the opmion expressed in my last. I have not been able 

toiNK the time I could have desired to the subject, but I am fully of opinion that the 

o^orciled in cotton nanuiactories in the several towns abovenamcd, from the time of 

naent to the present time, has not paid over four per cent interest: some have made 

jaef, but m lax;^ proportioQ have lost. 1 spent considerable time to trace all ths princi- 

vle^fahme&ti, fro it the oonunencement of such to the present time, but found it would re- 

(■v Mte tine sad p&tience than I was master of^ every &ctoiy having changed hands, and 

cml twice and three tnnes. 1 am also of opinion that the manufacture of cotton in Massa- 

dtBKXtM has not, for fifteen years past, and will not for fifteen years to come, pay more than 

a per ceiiL Occaaiomdly we have one, or even two years of profitable businesi, but is 

ilnji ■ttcceeded by one or more years of depression. Some few establishments have 

woceded in makings gre^t profits for a few years past, nominally^ but when they have had 

tveaCy-fiTe jean* experience, and worn out two suits of machinery, they will find (unless I 

M Toy much mistaken^ that their capital would have increased much faster at 6 per cent in* 

ttRSL I befieve there nas been more money made by speculators in manufiu:turing stocks 

tebv the operations of machinery; and the safest and most profitable operations have been 

■adsiiT sales of stock in manufacturing corporations at an advance from 10 to 50 per cent 

froB ciie crigirtal cost. 

Wak icgud to agricultural labor in the several towns, 1 find but little variation. The 
va^ fcnenlly paid for what are called good hands, in the summer season, exclusive of 
kud, ntern daObrs per month, or sixty cents per day; and per month, for the whole year, 
tvdrc dollan. The above estimates are for the last two or three years. Previous to that 
toe, the avczage was somewhat less; and, it is generally admitted, that agricultural labor is 
Mdi bii^ier Ihaa it would be were it not for manufactures. Many of our manufacturers 
kntbecn t^iacAaBiitD answer some of the questions propounded, not wishing to hazard an 
ojjaaa^ npon a subject they have not viewed in all its bearings. 

As^Txi have io£cit«d answers from some of our most intelligent citizens to the same ques- 
Ti8Ba.you will pabaitAj obtain more correct news and information than could have been fur- 
ajihed by ttose i kaie consulted. I have forwarded a bill for my services, which, if satis&c* 
larr, tot Ay pay to Ur. Hoore, who will receipt for the same. 

Yours, vciy respectfully, 

EDW. WALCOTT. 
Wxxi^sB PaxLUPS, Esq. 



Document 3. — No. 9. 

of EBjok Howard, of Eatton^ on Mmufaduret generally, 

13. K correct answer to this question is particularly important, when viewed in connection 
siditiK ^m&ctnre of cotton cloths. It is in expenses of this description that the nominal 
profits df eaaoa manufacture have been dissipated. The Urge amount required in invest- 
■ff f^ ttM ipaml with the value of the products, and the perishable and transitcny character 
oft very b»e proportion of the investments, with wear, tear, insurance, depreciations. &c., 
leaden tk&aois^ very great when levied by per centagc on the manufaictured article. If 
K Knta,*in tins que^on, is meant interest on the investmenti, the various expenses and losses 
ietoM opedAed, when applied to tlie manufiicturc of cotton cloths, will amount to fitmi 
tscritv^re totluity per cent, on the gross proceeds of the sales made by commisnon mtr* 
^mL On sales made by manufiurturers, without the intervention of the commisaon mer- 
disac,^ expenses are from four to nx per cent less. 

Theame charges, when applied to tne calico manufacture, would be from ten to twelve 
jMfcaL The same charges applied to the manufacturer of nails, would be from ten to 
cvehe sad a hsif per cent The same charges applied to Ames's manufacture of shovels and 
ipadca, would amount to from twenty to twenty-five per cent 

27, Tiie investments for the manufacture of cotton cloths previous to 1816, in this county, 
taken as % whole, did not, I am confident, afford to tlie proprietors any profit whatever. For 
ife fast tfaice years, deducting a fair allowance for the depreciation of the property, the pro- 
Biietars iMre sot realized a profit exceeding six per cent on the amount invested, per an- 
i«iL Hie m fci tm ents in the various manufiMStures of iron, have, I believe, tfTcraed the 



86 [ Boc. Nq. 308. ] [1 



SroprietoTS a rery fiur income, probably eight or ten per cent per annum on the average^ -^ 
uctuating from year to year, or course. . 

31. Cotton if the principal branch of manu&cturem thia county, and a large pOTtion of * 
the population directly or uidirectly obtain their support from it; and the effect or breaking ' 
it up would be to bring utter ruin on the proprietors of the factories, and great distrcaa on 
the population generally, as may ra^dily be supposed hj connderin^ the sums disbursed hj 
tile manufacturers for labor and materiab connected with their business. It is these iuiBi^ ^ 
and not the nett profits accruing to the proprietors of the fkctories, that cause the prosperifef -t 
apparent in the manufacturing commumty. Its effect on the town of Taunton, for instaiuM^ .^ a 
would doubtless be to reduce the price of real estate at least one-half, probably two-thiiidif ^^ 
and its population one-half. The population of that place is entirely dependant on numiF ■^. 
fiieturea, uid bunness immediately connected with it. ^ 

S4. A reduction of duty to twelve per cent, ad Talorem, on all imported articles, wonld ^^ 
have the effect to put a stop, in a gnsat measure, to the manufiu:ture of calico and fine oat- ^ 
tons^ and to greatly depress the munifacture of the coarser fabrics, by tiirowing back om '^ 
them the machinery now employed on fine goods. It would probably annihilate the mamip 
fixture of nails, shovels, and qpades, and straw bonnets. 

35. If the cotton manufactorers should be compelled to abandon their business, thej 
would be under no necessity of seeking other employment for their capital, for it would be 
entirely annihilated in the ruins of their business. 



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Document 3. — ^No. 10. 

la 

JSfuwen qf J, TVeaduftB, of Sdkm^ on Mitnufaduret generoBtf. , \ 

13 . Cannot be answered with precision, but would probably amount to about twenty-five " 
per cent on articles with which I am particularly acquainted. 

14. Few or no branches of manufacture are carried on solely with borrowed capital} some *' 
private establishments are carried on by capitalists, as promiamg the best means of employ* ^ 
mg their capital. I believe most incorporated companies possess capital enough to cover ^ 
tile entire expense of real estate and machinery, with a conriderable surplus; but not '< 
enough to prevent their boicovong largely when they have a large stock on lumd. ' 

15. The averu;e per day is about ten hours the entire year. * 

16. About eight oollars per month. « 

17. This cannot be answered with accuracy; but, owing to the disadvantages of coo»> ^ 
mendng a new manufiu:ture, one-half of the entire capital of some of our establishmenli ^ 
has been sunk; and it is extremely doubtful whether, smce machineiy was first adopted l» 
any conmderable extent in maniuactures, capital employed therein has not met an annnsl 
average return of ux per cent., although, for the Ust two years, it has probably exceeded 
thatrate. 

Occasionally heavy importations of foreign merchandise, exceeding the amount of our 
exports, drain the countiy of specie, and thereby reduce the prices of stock on hand, wUdi 
■objects manufacturers to loss, tend to a reduction in prices of merchandise generally, and 
consequentiy the price of labor. This state of things causes a suppension of heavy importa- 
tions; foreign exchanges then chaiife in favor of the United States; specie returns, priees 
revive, and the manufacturer who has been able to sustain boa operations during the de> 
preanon, is found with an increased stock on hand in a rising market These fluctuatioiif 
operate to increase or decrease profits from time to time. 

18. Probably not less than seven or nine per cent 

19. Hie cost of manufiLcturing haa been reduc^ principally by the skiU attained bv prae> 
tiee and experience, and improvements in the art; labor-saving machineiy, and a mvuiofi 
of labor. Materials have fluctuated in price, and consequentiy varied the coat; but tiie ex^ 
tent I cannot ascertain. 

^. The increase has been great of the articlea of shoes, hati, cabinet ware, and aome 
others, within the last ten years. The increase in the articles of flanndb and babes, wltite 
and red lead, alum, Roman vitriol, and other chemicals, has been at least one bundled and 
fifbr per cent in four year«. 

31. I will state actual sales made in the month of September of the last five years. 

Fnar d^eraU oimMms o^ Ftmnela per aiecc. 

1837. 1828. 18S9. 1830. 1831. 

ill 50 #13 75 #10 75 «11 75 $\3 65 

18 50 31 13 35 15 25 16 35 

30 31 75 15 16 16 50 

31 33 75 15 75 16 50 16 75 



C Doc. No. aOS. ] 87 

Drjf WhiU Lead per cwt. 

IttS. 1816. 1837. 1638. 1839. 1830. 1831. 

U 13 13 11 50 9 50 8 96 8 96 

Alum per ewL 

VUr,0; ma, 7 50< I8I9, 7< 18M, 6 50( 1831, 6 50< 1831, 6 35« 1833, 5 50( 1834* 
^mHi 182^ 4}; 1827, 4|; 1838, 3i; 1839, Sh 1830, 3i; 1831, 3}. 

fi Icaaot contectare the amount connmed; but the whole of the production of the 
OMjii c on iQ i n ea at home, and, in consequence of the eftablishnient of mannikcturet, 
Ifi aippfiet are fumiahed by the southern States: consumption keeps pace with the in- 
flind meaoa of ^le community to purchase. 

XL A few coane wocdlens^ and probably a trifling quantity of cottons, are produced by 
anebold mainifiirhire} but probably not one-tenth part so many of either as in 1824. 
Ji Acre are few or no articles miported nmilar to those manufactured in the county. 
Smt of the pxiiici{ial articles manufiictured, sell in the market for a price but little exceed- 
w§ At dmtm an ike fmtign artidet, so that the foreign article is excluded, and domestic 
coHpetiskn has reduced the price to the minimum point The competition in the manu* 
ham of BsQa has been so seTcre as to cause the abandonment of the manu&cture by some 
tfsor largest establishments. The prices of alum, vitriol, and white lead, hare been re- 
dKed from 35 to 40 per cent since 1824. The foreign article, althou^ not imported, 
■Bit undergo a oorre^ionding' reduction in price in the foreign country, m consequence of 
the competitioo. 
15. FKizes and surges come into competition with baizes and flannels. 
36. Probably as one to ten. 
ST Probably nineteen-twentieths. 
H la all parts of the United States. 

39. Eals^ shoes^ and cabinet ware, are exported to the West Indies, East Indies, and 
tarth Amenca; and similar articles^ the manufacture of Great Britain, come into competi- 
IHD vjdb them at die foreign markets. 

31. If mamfiMturing establishments generally were broken up, the persons employed in 
tboa woild cx yqi e nce no want of employment so long as we possess such an abundance of 
ociilizvaled Vaad; besides, as no means of paving for imported articles, or even for raw 
■BteBak of our ova country to any conaidenible extent, can be devised, mudi labor would 
bt xctfoired hk rais^g flax as a substitute for cotton. All our manufiu:tures must be done 
■ ahbHsehoid «v, which would probably require forty times the labor now bestowed 
apOB kn each £anuy would be compelled to labor hard for a bare subsistence; the home 
would be destroyed; importations diminished in consequence of diminished produc- 
L' trade diminished three-fourths in amount, or nearly suspended; a great proportion of 
and dweOingSyin laxge towns and villages, deserted, and the residue rendered of 

D Tahw. Breaking up any particular branch would have a proportionate effect 

33 mod 3^ It is notivious that the manufacturers of Great Bntain are constantly on 
^ WBtch to adopt anj measures to cripple and destroy the rising manufiictures of this coun- 
lijt and the Gorcmmeat, as has been intimated by leading men in Parliament, are ready to 
nd them with capi^ to efiect an object which they think so essential to the interests of that 
emmxT- Hence we may conclude that an^ considerable reduction of the protective duties, 
wodULbe immediately followed by such an importation of British goods on foreign account, 
mradd ^at the market, and reduce the prices so low as to ruin our estaolishments. 
4atiea raiying from ten to twenty per cent., according to quality, added to the 
of the raw material in this countiy, would answer every purpose; but, under ez« 
^.^ -..-BMtances^ the present rate of duties is hardly equal to protection in iJl cases. 

34. Thej eoold not: tney would probably all be destroyed, except the manufacture of 
msrar cotton cloths; and even this, as well as eveiy other branch of industry in the country, 
vouid be seDOoaly injured. 

35. Whcatha capital consists in real estate and machinery, it would be lost; and, there- 
fan, 4iere wooJd be none to employ, and, in most cases, the surplus beyond the amount of 
lealcSMe and machinery, would alao be lost, in case of a reduction of duties, owing to the 
fict that moat establishments find it necessary to keep a year'a stock on hand, on which a 
gicst reduction would take place. 

56. Wifliout any reduction, it is extremely doubtful whether manufacturera will re- 
afiie an annnal income of six per cent for years to come. With the present protec- 
tife dnties^ the average income on the property of manufiusturers is hi below that of the 
odicr bimnches of business. 
37. I thiak the repeal of the one dollar minunum would have a tendency to prevent 
*8; butmudi speculation and useless discusnon on this subject might be obviated by an 
cf the pnctice and policy of Great Britain. That country has attained to unpar- 



88 [ Doc. No. a08. ] > 

I 

alleled opulence and power by an effectual protection of itii own industry, steadily pene .«. 
verod in for centuries. We have a common language, and her laws are open to us. Th .?l 
duties in England on all articles wliich interfere with her own manufactures, are prohibitory 
A querulousness exists in this country in regard to prohibitory' duties, in whicli I do not psr , .^ 
tidpatc. Prohibitions I think preferable to bounties; and if frauds upon the revenue canno 
be prerented without prohibitory duties, they should be enacted. All our experience ha . .' 
shown that , in such cases, domestic competition reduces the price to the mimmum poiilt. ^'J 
and the article comes cheaper than ever to the consumer. An adoption of the wardioiisi 
lygtem, as a substitute for impost bonds, would have the double advanta^^e of a tendenqr ti ./.' 
prerent frauds, and restrain credits. 



Document 3. — No. II. 

Jhmvera of Wm, Jatkaon^ of Newton^ reapeding Soap and Candle BunruM* 

NEWToy, April 11, 1839. 
Gbxtlemex: I can reply to your circular only so far as it relates to the manufacture ol . 
soap and candles; and as most of this, done in Massachusetts, is done in Boston and Salem, . .- 
witn their respective vicinities, and as it is not probable that you will receive a reply fnnr 
any other chandler, I shall take the liberty of appending such answers to your questions si ■.. 
1 deem most applicable to the whole State. -, ; 

13. Should estimate it at from 12 to 15 per cent. •:-., 

14. Cannot answer. .v- 

15. Twelve liours, exclufflve of time spent at meals. ■" ., 

16. Fifty to Mxty cents per day for summer; ten to twelve dollars per month whole yetr.U'. 

17. Since 1816, tallow lias vibrated from eight to six cents per lb. Some years there hai >^. 
been not only no profit, but considerable loss has been sustained. I should therefore savi^i, 
that the profit and loss has, in different years, varied from a loss of ten per cent, to a proftt-.:x. 
of fiflecn per cent, and posnbly in one or two years to twenty. Should judge that the Iwrf v^ 
three years liad paid from teft to fifteen per cent, profit. t ^, 

18. Cannot answer. .-^^ 

19. Wages have not materially varied since 1816. As stated in answer to question irt*-.; 
the raw material has very much, and the variation in the price of soap and candles has been- 
in, very nearly, the same ratio. In consequence, however, of the larger amoimtnBum&e*. a. 
tured, improvements in machinery, and greater skill, the cost of manufacturing has bein i^ 
reduced about one-third. ..^ 

20. First section: Not probably less than 150 years ago. »^ 
Second section: Cannot answer, but will try to do it soon. ii». 
Third section: Prior to 1790, the manufacture of both soap and candles was tknH v^ 

exclusively for home consumption; and from the first, the quantity has increased in nb ^^ 
with the population of the country. Prior to 1790, tlie American manufacture had to con- u 
pete with the foreign in our own market. Up to the time of the adoption of the first reremte ^- 
Uws, these articles needed protection. Under the protection which they then recdreA, .« 
they very soon supplied our own markets, and became successful competitors with fbr^gn b, 
soap and candle makers in foreign markets. So that foreign tallow, notwithstanding It has ^ 
been subjected to an impost duty of one cent per lb., has tor most of the time, unSl retj 
recently, been annually imported to be manufactured for for foreign consumpHon; and Ibr ^ 
more than thirty years, candles and soap have been afforded to the American consumer t 
cheaper than in an^ other European country except Russia, and for much of the time :< 
cheaper than Russia . The total amount of candles and soap shipped from the United States 
for foreign markets, is about 9,000,000 lbs. per annum. « 

21 . Mould candles (best, ) within sixteen years, have fluctuated in price firom 35 to 9 cents ; 
per lb.; and best brown soap from 13 to 6. 

32. My estimate is as follows: wood $3,000, lime 3,000, salt 6,000, (half probably domes- 
tic,) rosin 9,000, ash 1,500, boxes 1,500. Total 51,00f. 

33. Uncertain, but very small in the vicmity of the seaboard, and nearly to the fall 
amount of consumption in the interior. 

24. The same as our own, with the addition of the cost of importation and duty, 

25. Excepting soap manuJGictured from olive oil, no; and this only to a trifling extent. 

26. No foreign candles consumed in the United States, and but foreign soap, nearly ill 
Castile and Can^a. As to the amount of the consumption of domestic soap and candles^ 
cannot tell. 

27. All, except perhaps 200,000 lbs. olive oil loap, equal probably to forty^iine-fiftieths 
of the whole. 

38. In all the States south of PennsrlTsnia. In the West Indies, South America, West^ 
em Isles, East Indies, Sec. 



I Doc. No. 308. ] 89 

». ARfwered in 28th, partly. Olive oil soap from Mediterranean, with Rnj^ishand other 
European scMp and candles in all the markets where ours is sliipped. 

JO. Generally on a credit of six months. Soap is bartered fur ashes and house neasc 
but not Ter>- e&tensivolv. ' 

31 . The raw materials produced in the countrj-, that is, so roucii of them as are now 
czprvteii ia ihc form of soap and candles to the amount of about nine or ten million pounds^ 
WTMdd V exported in tallow to amomit of about five millions pounds per annum. If more 
ibould on- «;xported« forcigfn soap-makers would aj^in supply our home consumption. And 
a* toco ^t±iist:JLcs place, our consumers nuist pay a price beyond the present to an amount 
cqgutothc co<«t of exptkrtinj^ the raw matorial, and importing the manufacturc<I, with all 
tbr a!Tr.->darit inc'.dcntal char^^es, and probal>ly a somewhat increa.sed cost of manufncturing^. 
-i»To caniL-s, the^ additional charges would probably put tlR-ni out of use alto{^othcr, and 
ciJ !>^ «ab«tl tilted fur ilicm. 

r:ie oil' d.ngs, fi^tiircs, and utensils, would probably be diminished in their value to the 
jeD*7U3t of frmii 50 to JS per cent 

O »e Auiulrc.l :mv.\ fifiy to t vo hundred men, and lialf this number of women and children, 
TijiJd Sc puL Gilt of employ. But a larg-e iu:ijoriiy uf I)oth would not find it very difficult 
1o liirji to komo odu-r einploymLiit; mieh of tiic labor re<[uired to be done in our factories 
bciii^tiic 5 tin* u& that pursued by other Li.jL>ivrs around us. 

'c2. No AQiVCT. 

Z3. Noac-. Probably ncitlior iK>ap nor candK-s would be imported for home consump* 
tioc, if no duty wasi imposed, except at some particular time, when there might, m any 
IjiTcn fcTuiffn port or couittrj" be sueli a depression in price, as to reduce tlie article much 
be v« vhu.\ tlic forci^^n manufacturer coiiUl afford them at. If then, our ports were open, 
ap-i \h.c article's entirely free, the forcig'n h >ap and candles would come, produce a rmi- 
lar ii:.pressBOM here, and similar loss to American manvfacture^; thus producingc anotlier 
devcnpticti of haizard which must, and ceilu.uly woultl be followed and provided for by an 
incr<raMed profit upon tJie manufac uiing bu^luess, provided the iniiuufactiirer was, on tlie 
&rera^, a lo^-r by such fluctuat.onss and of course give the artices to the home consumer 
at an eiih:*Jiced price. For the interest of the eoiuuiner •aimXx.U'J- ttffriculi iriatf as well at 
the g~.aLrauf^*urt:r, tlie duty should be kept on, and the prices kept us steady as pessible. 
Tlie \aXter, however, has tlie least mt;.rest of the three in this matter, in an much as he has 
l!h« c»ett o^pOTtufiity of fore-knowing and j.nlicipating chun*^es, and of reaping an advantage 
by prep&r'ug fortliem. 

Ttc ^tksn:, oil a^id tallow, to a certain extent, answer the s:inic purposes Russia and 
the L'nttud hLites furn<sh nearly all the surplus of these articles. The West Indies and 
SoaJi AmcRca consume it. 

The R,£Sbiian portA are open less than half the year. The distance from the markets is so 

grtkZm thxt sottll KtissisB vessels cannot pursue tlie trade profitably, nor can large cargoes 

be s«Jruitageo;Lsly disposed of. Hence the raw materiul and manufactured articles are 

graeialiy a tnAc higher in tlie United States tlun in Uuisia, v.hile the Ku.ssian are undersold by 

itt in those markets, and woidd be shut out of tlie trade, were it not for tlie (curious us the 

£ici ixui.y dcem^ assistance they have througlitiie prjvisionscf our own revenue laws. 

The tariff imposes a duty of one cent per lb., equaltoahoutl15 per cent, on foreign tallow ; 
widi no drawback when exported in the fonn of soap or candles. . 

It al«> unpokcs a duty of five cents per lb. on candles; but allows a drawback on export»- 
* B of xMc whole. 

ITikier this provision, Russian candles are imported In large quantities, deposited in our 
houbCs,andreshippedinsuch parcels, and at sucJi tiints, as best suit tlit West India mar- 
.abdbhng them into the most effectual and successful competition with the Aiucncan 
taUw-grc«ers, and American manufacturers. The ditrereuce m favor of die Russian over 
the Aiucricau of one cent per pound, is more tlian a usual profit in tni» or any other busmcM. 

The tofcequence of tlbs is, Uiat tlie amount on)usine.ss done b> this branch ot Anttciican 
iarfoitr^ is Lnutcd to the surplus tallow of the United i>tate». The provisions of the Bntish 
Gi^t;nmcnt free their soap and caiidle-makcrs from tins incumbrance? in consequence of 
L-eh, Great Britain, without a pou..d of surplus lallow, exports a vastl> ffreatcT amount oT 
» than do the United Slates, and, of course, secui-es to herse.f all the indi- 



— P aad candles than do the United States, , • 1 1 u 

red btncfiu of manufacturing for foreign consumers, and produces a \'aluable home mar- 
ket Ht a vast amount of materials used in the process. 

Z-i I2i per cent, woul J, in mj opinion, be a suHicient protection for soap and cancups 

35. In •* making mciT> " witli liieir IricndR. 

3«. Sufficiently answered already. 

S7. Nu answer ncc^-Mmry. 

38. Ditto. 

J9. Dittou 
Messrs Willard Phillips and Gatto:« P. Oseoun. 

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90 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

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Document 3. — No. 12. 

Jrnos 0th. jr. f relative to the Salt Business. 

Mesa*. WiUAUB Phillips and Gattox P. Ohoood: 

Gx«TLVvi3r: In reply to the questions which you transmitted to us from tlic Secretary 4 
the Tretsuiy, we respectfully sabmit the folloM'ing' answers. 

[The fig^ires in the margfin refer to the number of the questions.] 

THE SALT MANUFACTURK." 

!20. Sixty years ago, there were many small estabrishments in this county for the boifin 
of salt from sea waV^r; and, it has been truly remarked, that the manufacture originated i- 
necessity. The restrictive acts of the British Parliament, prior to the year 177$ and th 
distress occasioned by the war of tlie revolution, impelled many to engpage in the manufiic 
tur^, it being very diflicuU, if not impossible, at the latter period, to obtain a AippTy of th' 
fbrr>:ga article, even at the enormous »)rice of two or three silver dollars per bushel. At Hai 
wich, Messrs. Job Chase and Obid E. Smith boiled more than sufficient for their own con 
sumption. They had twelve kettles, of sixteen gallons each, set in n»ason work, and pre 
teeted from the weather. Tliey raised sea water at first by means of a hand pump 
af^« rwards by a wind mill, and conveyctl it in spouts to the boilers. This estabCshmai 
will contiaucd till af\cr the close of the revolution, a period of more than twenty yean 
There were similar works at Oyster Island and Sandy Neck, in Barnstable, at Falmoutn, att 
most of the towns in this county. 

Mr. Ammlel Weeks, of Harwich, was the flVst who tested, by experiment, tlie practkp 
bility of making salt in our climate by solar evaporation. lie constructed a box, six ISq^ 
long and two wi'le, and divided it into two or three apartments; this he fiUexl with scamateil 
and, with so nmple an apparatus, manufactured salt for his family^s consumption. Abdi 
^c same time, a similar attempt was made at the Isle of Shoals, but wc believe it was in 
successful. 

The first attempt to manufacture salt in works cbnstructed on tl>e plan now generaU^ 
adopted, was macle in 1T76 or 7, by John Sears, of Dennis. He was a poor man, and ha! 
previously led a sea- faring. life. Possessing an inventive genius, he conceived a plu 
to* manufacturing salt by a less tedious and expensive method tlian the concoction of aei 
water. Wanting the means to c.trry his plan into execution, he associated himself with Bd 
ward Sears, Christopher and William Crowell; the latter had seen the works at the Isle ol 
Shoals, to which reference has been made. The situation which they selected for tbei] 
mamifactory is on Secut Neck, in the northeasterly part of Dennis, then Yarmouth, and afti 
small distance from the sea-shore. It was constnicted one Imndred feet long, and ten feet 
wide,* and all on the same level. The flooring was of white pine plank, laid an oak deepen 
th« fitter running crosswise. The gimnels were of plank, eight inches deep, and secured 
by upright pieces, mortised into the ends of the sleepers, and by knees passing under tiM 
flooring and on the outsidcs of the gunnels. The cor.iers of the vat were also secured fag 
knees; the roof was curiouslv fashioned; rafters, grooved on either side, were permanent^ 
fixed to the gunnels, at the (distance of five or six feet from each other; the doors weremai|$ 
of a corresponding width, and consisted of several boards of the same length, with theraflefi 
clamped together These slid obliquely upwards and downwards in the grooves of Ae imf 
ters, and were prevented from swagg'ng in tlie center by board rafters placed between thii 
principal ones. It was soon found necessary to have a separate vat to clirystalize the aalt^ and 
a partition was placed across, and the brine boiled over. For t\i o years the water waabrouglll 
in pails from the sea shore, the salt work was then removed about three-fourths of a mile to 
Uie situation on which one q>varter of it now stands. A little before the close of Ae rendiL 
tion, Mr. Sears procured one of the pumps of the British ship of war Somerset, wrecked on 
the coast of Cape Cod, and erected it for the suppU of his manufactory, and to avoid the laboi 
of hading water. About 1790, he constructed a mill on the same place with those now in uae. 

Soon after Scars*s experiment, manufactories of the same description were set up in 
Brewster, Barnstable, and other towns in this county. Many improvements in the manna 
of constructing them have since been made: Reuben Sears, a brother of Edward, in tf95^ 
placed the doors on rollers; Hatsel Kelly, of Dennis, in 1802, invented crane works, and 
many other improvements have, from time to time, been made. 

• This ia the origiii oi wilt-work meamrey a term universally applied to the admeasitrenienl 
of salt works Ttu- vats bein/fat first btiili ten feet wide; their quantity waa estimated by 
their number of running fcv' i • lengih; afler\vards, when built wider, ten fupeiAcial fci^ 
of vata was called one in salt-work measure. 



Ten. 




Price. 


Years. 


tm, . 


- 


- 37 cents 


1821, 


m. 


m V 


- 37 


1822, 


M^ - 


- 


' 55 


1823, 


MO^ - 


- 


- 59 


1824, 


UU^ 


- 


- 41 


1835, 


m\. 


. 


. 44 


1826, 


VSn, 1813, 


1814, about - 


1 00 


1827, 


1815, . 


* • 


- 69 


1828, 


1816; 


. 


. 68 


1829, 


1817, 


• • 


- 51 


1830, 


IBI\ 


. 


. 48 


1831, 


1819. 


^ m 


- 61 


1832, Spring, 


182Q, 


- 


- 54 





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Like otber inrentors, Mr. Sears did not escape the shaAs of ridicule: for a lon(c time hit 
»k vorkfl were known by the name of "John Scars's folly," and, to avoid the snoen of 
tke «ulgw, he constructed his mill in a secret manner. 

Mr. Sean obtained a patent for his salt works, and Mr. Kelly for his improF<>nient; they 
uiied their claims, but, after much litigp.itio« in the Federal Court, lost their case, and the 
eichaire benefit of their inventions. 

The^aumy of salt aimually made ha* gradually increased since the commencement of 

the ■uii&cbire. The exact quantity nuide in each vear we are unable to state. In 1827 

tkfcfrere, in the cfMinty of Barnstable, 384,254 feet;' in 1829, 1,379,971 feet; and, in 1831, 

],4fi6)6feet sah work measured. In 1829, 393,537 nuusured bushels of salt, of 75 lbs. 

csek, vere made; and, in 1831, an unfavoRible season, 379,032 bushels af salt, 6u0 bbls. of 

ifnm mh^ and 4,725 bbls. of gUuber salt The gross proceeds of sales in 1831 amounted 

h 171,566: the capital invested is $1,414,608. The quantity of cpsom and glauber salts 

■Ml be verv much increased, if there was a demand for them in the markets. 

n. The tollowing^ table shows the average price per bushel at the manufactories in thif 

Price. 

» 49c«nts 

► 59 

- 48 
. 48 

- 48 

- 36 

- 38 

- 49 

- 35 

- 36 

- 42 
. 50 

The above &kcts show that the import duty is not a tax upon tlie consumption. When 
tfaftdotv vasTcnMMed in 1807, the price advanced; the partial repeal in 1831 has had the 
: cfrecl, to injivsise the price to the consumer, and the profits of the foreign manufiic- 
r. sad fiDbirnss tlic home manufacturer, byjrendering his business precarious. The 
statement shows the rate of profit for tJie last three years: 

x*ds of sale of sat and salln, from $1,000 invested in salt works in 1831, $121 

17. 94(3 lor labor of attending •----. $2722 
4 per cent for repairs, deterioration, general decay, &c. - - 40 00 
Leading about 5^ per cent, profit - - - - 53 78 121 

I8S1 was an unfavorable year for the manufacture, hut the price was higher than during 
Ac tvo preceding years. 

It win be seen, by the above statement, that, if the manufacture is carried on with borrow- 
ed capital at 6 per cent, interest, the mamifucturer will suKtain a loss of $6 22 on eveiy 
MXM> invested. 

DariDlf the embargo, non-intercourse, and war, the profit was greater, in consequence of 
fiatign importation being interrupted. I'hc price has advanced since the late partial 
ealof the duty, which we attribute to tlie price of freifrht, which has been such as to 
id More pr«6t in other employments, and the increased price of salt in the foreign mar- 
\jB^ particularly at the British West India Islands. 

19. There has been but little difference, for several years, in the cost to tlie nianuiac- 
tncr lumsclf : tlic principal cost is the lumber, and that has not varied much in price. 

15. The mechanics employed in building and repairing, work 12 hours in the day; the 
■Hn&cturers arc employed 8 .nonths in the year. 

24. Turks Island, and most kind of foreign salt, except Liverpool, usually cost a little 
noR than domestic. Since the late law of Mussaclmsetts, i*equiring an inspection, Amcri- 
can Hit, in proportion to foreign, has commanded a better price in the markets. 

25. Foreign salt comes into competition with our own, but we are unable to say to what 
extern. 

27. From the best information we have been able to obtain, we suppose more than one* 
half of the salt used in the United States is manufactured in the Unitefl States of America. 

28. The salt manufactured in tliis county is princi|)al1y consumed by our fishermen, birt 
■ore or leas in all the ports of New England, New York, and some in the southern States. 

29. A small quantity of glauber's salt is sent to the West Indies and South America. 




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»« I Doc. No. 908. 3 

.^0. Salt is usually sold for cash or short credit, and is occasionally bartered for cOtfl, 
flour, &c. 

31. The effect of breaking up the salt manufacture would be very injurious to this 
CAunty. There are no great capitalists; but 8K1 small capitils invested, which, with the 
labor of the owners, affords a comfortable support to many families, and materially contrir 
bu^es to always keep salt at a far price; because, they being so numerous, prevent all CCMB^ 
binatioiis and monopolies either of importers or manufacturers. If the works were abah- 
doned, the capital invested would be totally lost, as the old \*ats would be worth nothing. 
IVe arc unable to say to what employments the persons engaged in the manrfacture of salt 
would resort if it was broken up. The value of lamU and buildings would probably de- 
fine, and many of the laboring classes would be deprived of their usual means oi subsistence. 

33. We arc of opinion that nothi ig short of tlie present duty would protect our manii* 
fiicturers, and, with the present duty, they hope to sustain themselves. Very probably, in 
most seasons, the duty may have comparatively but a small influence on the price, but vccttf 
■ionally, when there happens to be a sur]}lus in the foreign markets, g^eat quantities would 
be imported at a very low freight, and reduce the price . 

34. Salt is of little value in many coimtries: its value here, in a great measure, depends 
upon the freight, which should always be taken into the account. Most of the foreign ssit 
consumed in this country is brought from England and her colonies, and may be estimated 
at 15 cents per bushel; add 10 cents for freiglit. and 10 for duty, and it is 35 lor 56 Iba., 
which is not far from the average price for three year* past 

Were the duty reduced to 12^ per cent ad valorem on the cost in the foreign marke^ 
there would be no increase of the salt manufactories on the seaboard; most of me present 
owners would continue to manufacture at reduced prices, in order to employ themselrefi 
but they would probably neglect to repair their wo*'ks,and, ultimately, were there no other' 
causes to advance the price of salt, the manufacture would very much decline, if not be to- 
tally aban loned. 

35. If the salt manufacture should be abandoned, the capital invested in it would be lort." 

36* We think no reduction whatevc could be made. 

AGRICULTURAL LABOR. 

16. The average rate for common fanning work is 75 cents; for mowing and making limy 
^1 per day; and $12 per month and board. 

18. It is diiRcuIt to ascertain what is the usual rate of profit in I his county, Ihe inhabl* 
tants are so variously employed; farming, navigation, fishing, and manufactures, requiring; 
considerable cash capital, and at all times uncertain and precarious. We should say, indepeili^ 
dent of fair insurance for all risks, expense, and fair price for labor, the usual profit might 
be estimated at from 4 to 5 per ceat 

HOUSEHOLD MANUFACTURE. 

33. There is but a small amount done in this county, and it has diminished since 1834r 
it is impossible to estimate the amount correctly. About 27,170 pounds of wool, worth 40 
cents, are annually produced, and the quantity used does not differ materially firom dnfe 
amount The cloths, &c., manufact<u*ed, are of thrice the value of the raw nuiteriil, sigr 
(|31,736. The manufacture of cotton, flax, palmetto, &c., may be 3 or 4,v>0v more, msJun^ 
the gross suinual amount of household manufacture in the county of Barnstable, f 25,000. 
36, We are unable to say, probably half or two-thirds. 

DA\nD CROCKER, 
AMOS OTIS, Jr., 

County Co mmitt ee* 
BAursTABLi, ll/Aj9/>ri7, la*^?. 



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Five thousand feet will afford constant employ to one man in attending and repaii 
1,414,608 to 283 men. Estimating each of their families at 5 in .ill, it makes 1,415 pel 
in this county who are exclusively supported by the labor of making salt, and repairin| 
works. 
These persons receive for attending about i of g^oss proceeds, (9-40 of salt 

and I salts) of sales .-.-.... $43 
Repairingf l*bor -----.-.- 14 

At least 9-10 of this is expended for clothing, provisions, &c., viz. 
Flour and grain from the southern and middle States $12 ,645 

Beef, pork, beans, vegetables, &c., from New England ;12,175 
Wood $20 to a family, from Halne and Massachusetts 5 ,660 

Clothing 7-8 American, tea, coffee, molasses, sugar, &c. 

rents, &c. • - - - - - 20,989 

Add 1-10 saved - . - - . 5,719 57 

Lumber for repairs, from Maine - - • • - • -21 

Nails, leather, oakum, barrels. Sec, about ..... 7 

Profit, depreciation, or general decay, risks, &c. .... $5 



1171 



Besides the above, at least $35,000 of the amo.mt set down in the last item for proi 
expended for com, flour, &c^ and other productions of the United States; the abov< 
cuuLtion being based on the supposition that there are no more than 283 men constantl^i 
ployed. Most of the 881 owners are principal! v supported by the salt manufiictuief tl 
fore, it may be safely estimated that the agricultural and other productions of the U; 
States coDiumed, or caused to be consumed, is at least to the amount of $112,292 annu 

COD FISHERY. 

One hundrod and eighty.eight vessels, averaging about 55 tons each, were empl 
4 months each in the cod fishery last year. The crews will average about 8, aay 1,000 ai 
men, and 500 hired men and boys, at $10 per month. The <* small general bill" of t 
vessels, taken collectively, may be stated as follows: 

376 barrels of flour, at $6 per barrel $2 .256^ The usual estimate for bread stuffs ii, 

4,512 buriiels meal, at 90 cents - 4 ,060 ^ it takes one peck of meal per week for 

564 barrels pilot bread, at $3 • 1 ,692 J hand. 

9,400 lbs. or rice, at 3 cents . 282 Foreign used: 

376 barrels pork, at $20 - 7,520 188 barrels molasses . . $1 

376 do beef, at 10 . - 3 ,760 Tea, coffee, ginger, &c , 8 per 

470 bushels beans, at 1 20 • . 564 vessel . . .1 

Cod linei^ leads, and hooks. Sec, 40 Salt, about - . .9 

to vessel - - . . 7 , 520 

376 cords of wood, at $5 . - 1 ,880 13 

752 barrels ckm bait, at $6 • - 4,512 « Great general bill:" 

Butter, cheese, lard, &c. 37 to vessel 6,956 112,800 bus. salt, at 44 cents, $49 

41 002 American is about - $40 

Great general bill - - - 40 ,940 Candles, Amer., at $5 per vessel 

Productions, of U. States consumed $81 ,942 




These 188 vessels caught about 112,800 quintals of fish, and 1 ,692 barrels of oU, wli 
with the bounty, amounted to about $316,180. $137 ,359 of thb were the wages of 
crews, 500 hired men and boys 40 each, 1 ,000 shares men 117 do. 

MACKEREL FISHERY. 

I have not sufficiently correct data to make an estimate for the mackerel fisheiy. T 
were 192 vessels licensed, about three-fourths of which were the same vessels as were 
gaged in the early part of the season in cod fishing. The mackerel fishermen are era| 
ed about four months — August, September, October, and November, and carry, on an s 
age, ten men each. I can ascertain the exact number of vessels employed in the fiahe 
from the custom-house, if you deem tt neeemry : the number will not vary much ftoai 
averaging 55 tons each. 



[ Doc. No, 308. ] 9^ 

IV "«»D gmenl bill" of 192 mackerel vessels will be, exclusive of foreini articles, 
•boot «45 fr. I 

"Grattntnl bill," candles and oi', $5 per vessel. 

Do barrels at 60 cents; 1^ btishcis of salt to each barrel, 44 cents per 

Vvbei lae-cif^th fbreiijn. The number of barrels inspected can be ascertained by apply- 
i^ rs fbe iibpector in Boston . 

Tie ^de Fr^herjif to the Pacific was commenced from Falmouth in 1S21, by Messrs. 

^fi4 and Thorn 1^ Swift, and several others. Four bliips are now out, ag)fregalc tonnage 

yi^n j wcrt- worth, when they sailed for the present voyage, 560,000. and the outfits 

nartn'.ir of provisions for a three }"e:irs* voyage, spare sails, rigfginjf, boats, casks, &c., 

*t, tbe fiirtht-r sum of .65,0 JO The annual import of oil about 3,000 barrels, or 9,000 

h»pb for J v;.-ar#, at f21 per barrel, 5189 ,000, the averagfc lengrtli of a voyage. 

AbmoJ COS' f'lr outfits for 4 ships ----... ^20,000 

htm 2n J Jo per co-nt. of oil is paid to 91 officers and seaman - - IS^OOO 

Aiaual depreciation of ships ....... 4,000 

42,000 
Auual import of oil, 3,000 barrels, at $21 per barrel - - - 63 ,000 

l^viagforriski of all kinds, interest on capital invested, and profits - - ^2 1,000 

of officers and crews for three years: captain about |4,000; first mate 1^2,000; 
itt 51,0U0; boat steercrs and coopers $700 each; seamen $450. The Falmoutli 
. hife been very wiccessful; therefore the above estimates of wages and profit will pro- 
WWj- be found j^atcr Uiaii the average of the whaling business. 

A bng and schooner, aggregate toniiaTO about 26Kft are employed from Provincetown, in 
** W»}', to the Western Islands, 28 officers and men. They Lrought in 500 barrels oil 
^muoa. Some of the Straits cod fishermen also fit for right whales. 



Uecapitcl&tiox. 

Agmhunl uii otiicr productions, of the growtli or manufacture of tlic United 

Stttcs, omaimed by persons employed in the salt manufacture • - $112,292 

Do ao cod fishery ----- 81,942 

Do do mackerel fishery 

Provisions, &c. 45,000 
Barrels and salt 
Do do Pacific whale fisliery • - - ' • 20,000 

Oo do Western Islands about ... 4,500 

^ do - in 13,000 tons shipping emplcyed in coasting 

and foreign trade .... 75,000 

Mn ca^Io^-ed in the cod and mackerel fisheries estimated at 236 vessels, 10 each 2 ,360 
Do in the coasting and foreign trade do 650 

l>o in the whale fish er>', th .'re arc • - 119 

Making the whole number employed ' - 3 , 139 

If it be estimated that each of these persons coasunied, in their families, $100 worth of 
■fticahunl and other productions, it makes $312 .900 to be added to the above estimate. 

Tor Che glass manufactory, and other inanv.factories, and other meciianics of this count}', 
you can Ibrrn a more correct estimate than I. 

I br ieve 1 made a mistake in the number of bushels of salt manufactured in Harwich ^ 
tfcs oumbcr in tlic above statement is correct. 

1 do DOl recollect whether I stated in tlie Falmoutli return the amount of ship-building 
ii XjiM.t t;wn: there was one vessel of 3 J ti>ns laun<'hcd, cost $1,600. There are now, on the 
ttocka, two ships, of 30() tons each, intended for the wlialc fishery': they arc to be completed 
■nt autbmn, and will cost, including outfits, 75 or $80,000, a laifipe proportion of which 
vJl be paki for labor and articles of the growth or manufacture of tne United States. 

1 bavc now finished the business which vou commissioned me to do. I have been unwea- 
ried io my endeavors to obtain correct inforinatioa. There are doubtless many errors 
m tbt retumi which I have not been able to detect, but my inexperience in the busineu, 
aad the nature of the iu'^iiiries, must be my apology. 
If any explanations, or other information is wanted, vou will please address, 

Your humble senant, " .^VIOS OTIS, Jr. 

BAByBTABLS, 14/A A/yHl^ 1832. 
To WiLLABD FuiLLips, Esq. 

NoTBw— For the year 1830, $39,078 21 were for bounty. 1831, $37,880 13 io l61 reisclsi 
13 were rejected, 13 complained of, and 3 did not apply. 



%S [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

BiRirsTABLX, 12th May^ 1839. 

DxAB Sib: In our report on the salt manufacture an error of some importance occurcdt I 
did not discover it until this mornin|?. We stHt"<l t!iat, «• in 1827, there were, in the counifT 
of Barnstable, 384,254 feet" of salt works; it should be, •* in \^Z7^thcre were manufaeh*9tf 
in the county of Bamstahic SS4,2.'i4, bunheU of mlt." 1 ver} much regret Uiat the error oc- 
cuTKd, as it shows that the increase of the manufacture sin e 13^7 has been rapid^ while the 
revene is the fact. It was, however, elsewhere stated in the repoil that the increase had beoi 
gradual If ex racts from our report have been forwarded to Washmg^n, 1 will write, u 
you deem it important, to Mr. Reed, acknowledging the source of the error, and requcrt 
him to call on the Secretary of tJie 'I'reasury. and liave it corrected. 

I am, respectfully, yours, 

^ AMOS OTIS. Jr. 

WiLLABD Phillips, Esq. 



[ Document 3. — No. 13. 

Answers of J),U J. Ames^ of Springfielrl^ on the subject of Paper. 

SpiiiNuFrELij, March 19. 1832. 

GuTTLKXEV: Your circular has been handed us by our fellow c.tizen, C. Steams, Evq-* 
and we shall reply to it to the best of our judgment, so far as th«: questions proposed come 
within our provnice. Being paper manufacturers, our answers will be based more partxcuUr^ 

on this branch of manufacture. 

We are, very respectf.tlly. 

Your obedient servants, 

D. & J. AMES: 
Messrs. Willjlbd Phillips and Gattox P. Osgood. 

13. Not less than 16 per cent, exclusnve of rent and bad debts. 
'. 15. Men 12 hours; females 10 hours, throughout the year. 

16. Seventy-five to one hundred cents per oay, or $1^ per month by the year. 

17. Business for the last eighteen to twenty -four months luis been better than for tome 
time previous, owing ratlicr to a quick and steady demand than to an} advance in prices; for 
the price of our article has constantly declined since 18:<!4, and, in a.idition to this, the con* 
sumers have demanded a much better article at the same piice, and home competition hat 
compelled the manufacturers to furnish it; and this competition will continue to cause the 
price to decline, and an improvement in the article manufactured. 

19. We should think it had diminished since 1824 from 6 to lU per cent. This diminution 
has been caused perluips. in some deg^'e, by the fall of stock, but we think it is princi{Mll;f 
to be attributed to tlic improvement in machinery, and the process of working the raw 
material. 

20. Our factory was established about 1791, with one engine, and since 1824 has more 
than doubled. In 1825 we manufactured li,oioO reams paper, and,ui 18ol w^e manufactured 
39,000 reams, and the engines are increased to seventeen. 

21. Since 1821 the decrease in price of one article has been more than 15 per cent. 

22. We use amuially, lime, woo<l, bleaching salts, alum, &c. &c., (American productHm) 
to the amount of $ 1 2, 000. Ra^ to the amount of $ 80, 000, two-th'uxls of which arc domestiCt 

25. Paper of tlie fine qualities is imported to a considerable extent and especially of the 
thin kinds, such as tissue and bank paper, and, as the duty is so much per pound, and the 
paper very light and valuable, the percentage is quite small, and tl&e competition injuriom 
to the domestic manufacturer. 

27. We think nearly all the common kinds, and a pretty larg^ proportion of the fine 
kinds^ of paper used in the Umted States, is of domestic manufacture. 

29 Our article is exported principally to South America, and the business, we ihodld 
judge, is increasing. 

30. The usual credit is six months. 

31. If our est^hshment should be broken up, at least 150 persons would be thrown out 
of employ , and Would be obliged to seek the means of support without the limita of thi* 
town, as every branch of employment is sufficiently manned. Lands buildings, 8c c., if not 
improved for similar purposes, would deci-ease in value more than one h:df. We speak 
above of only &f76 bnii.ch. Should the principal manutkcturts in one toun be stopped, it 
would paralyze tnery nerve, and forc» the operatives to seek, in anotlier part of our land» 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 97 

A» mbsjtcTice wliioh this, from want of means, would deny them. It will be erident to 
tftT% pcison :hat our a^cullurists and mechanics must sufTer in the same proportion ^th 
the mnabcrirers. 

33. This is i. difficult question to answer, because, if the duty was fixed at a imte with 

vhich wt ojJd maintain a fair competition with the foreign article, any over producing in 

the lgrr.«i country*, and an accumulatlun of the article more than the demand required, 

vobU stijL'tr the foreign manufacturer, at a sacrifice, to throw into one market a surplus 

ito^ikirvould spread ruin among our infant establishments. What we need is a protection 

Mffiml fiich ri>j7^, and that cannot be affonled by a duty which, under ordinary circum* 

tSKO, wiviiil enrible us to compete with the foreign article. If we could be assured that 

fac^ TaimtACt'irer^^ would not at any time send tlicir article to this country, only when 

tkrcAiJd rcaliiic a living profit, we could then more easily agree upon a duty which would 

iFiif cro^ecLion; but this is not, nor ever will be, the case. If the duties do not probibit 

:ae%t^e surplus stock of foreign articles will, at times, inundate us at a loss to the foreign, 

IX -.0 the niin of our own, manufactories. Compi-lition in our own land will reduce the 

9RC«s Of -otr as the article can be manufactured; and tmprovefnenta in the meehanie aria will 

la-ii helping hand t.« render it unnecessary for us to go out of our own land for ehenp 

sticie?. Wl- n^*cd a steady mai-ket more than high prices, and can tliis be effected by 

eabb&hing a. txrilf tliat can be overcome in every emergency by the foreign manufacturer^ 

ScUbh- prolect your manufactures, and the tune is not far distant when, after deducting 

tt difference in price of labor, (and no American, we think, can wish to see our laboring 

EbiKson a kvel with English operatives,) you will be tumibhed as low from our own, as 

fiva !fae vorkabons of England. 



Document 3.— No. 14. 

Jbmoert of Barker Burnell, of Nantucket^ on Whale Fiehery, Oil, Uc, 

15. Aboiitten hours; ten montlis in tlie manufacture of oil and candles, and the balance 
ia rfijtz DUDufacture!} . 

1^ Thtre is generally so little agricultural labor here, that, perhaps, tlierc can scarcely 
be aid to be » general price . 

19. IhtTt hss been a great deal of fluctuation in the price of the crude oil for manufac* 
Biiii^ itti thshas been occasioned, since 1815, by deficiency or excess of importation. 

20. Tie Jicjiufacture of oil and candles has been established as long ago as 17ii3, probv 
bfy btikrs tbe revolution. 

2L Tbere have been flucUu^tions, but spenn oil now sells for as fair a price as any article^ 
Tbai the unport is about equal to the demand. The price of oil and candles depends 
■>n*M» vlioUy on the price of oil in a crude state. 

22. In the annexed statement of the consumption of articles by the tliips engaged in tba 
vUc firfien\ an answer will be found. 
13. Inconsiderable. 

2S. OCtc and other imported oils come in competition with oil and candles, and^ should 
Ae dotv on olive oil be repealed, it would most seriously affect tlieir pro<luction. 
27. -The whole consumption of tlie United States is supplied by oil and eandles, the pro- 
ction of American enterprise and industry . 
flgu Oil and candles are consumed in all parts of the United States. I<argc quantities of 

ffc shipped to the West Indies. 

50. There is generally a credit of four to six months. 
3l The manufacture of sperm oil and candles depends on the wliale fishery. These 
two branches are intimately connected. The destruction of eitlier would be the destruction 
rf both, and the destruction of these would destroy Nantucket 

M. This rite of duty would not afford protection. The specific duty of 25 cts. per gallon 
docs Kit pKvcnt large importations of ohve oil. 

35. if the manufactures connected with the whale fisheries were broken up, as they would 
ke by the prostration of the whale fishery, no other mode of employing the capital here 
ft odd be round. 



13 



98 I 'Dae. No. 308. 3 

DoccjiMiT 3.— No. 15— BARNSTABLE-— &ierfufeo/Afani^^ 



II 

111 


IMiJ 

Jill's 5 

ttiti 

lllil 


Mil 

tilt 

Mil 


"i 

H-gt 


flips 

el11s5ll 


Hi 

m 


BtHngi 1824i D, 
Buow. 3. Childly 


700, 


tooU 250 


800 


450 bbls flour 2300 


N. Y., Hd 


nunual 


3h(Jr9C9l50 




450 Ibi pear) uhes 27 


Ua.sachui 


B.B<^ni, 








1500 Ihs biiller 150 
75 cord, wood 343 


Do 
Do 


Boktbuildinffi pro. 


400 


50 


250 


Cedar & oak. timber 370 


Do 


J. Nye. 








Wh'eud, oil,nl.. &c. 70 


Do 


BUckwiuthi 


17J0 


560 


800 


Ichar jiTiinc. coal IDOU 


Charcoal! 
Mine. 


Csrdinr wool uid 


1700 




_ 


, 


cloth drening. 












Coopcrv 


300 


50 


280 


Slave., hoopi, hdg 500 


MsH.,Ue. 


Briclu 


horn 


SO 


450 


Cliy 0. wood 100 


HaM. 




300 


100 


150 


Maple, cherry, &c. 225 


N.Y., He. 


H»t»i J. Chipnuin 


aoo 


SO 


200 


[iUlb.wool,fiir.,&e.200 


Wool, m 


Hid B. Week.. 










Pur. do. 


HouK carpentry - 
Lenthcr. I- Whil- 


500 


SOOO 


350 


Board, t timber 10,000 


Maine 


500 


iiicon3idi:ra. 


1B70 


Hided,ca!r.tin.,Stc. 1230 




mui, Crocker- 








Bark, oil, kc. 430 


Do aiid : 


Puntinff - 


100 


100 


800 


i-aint^ ud, &c. 1500 


Man. 


PottetyiD.P»rker 


home 300 


100 


200 


Leader, wood SO 110 




Printing:! N.8.Sim- 


1:200 


1000 


200 


Paper, ink 600 


HaH. 


kinB,S.B.Phinn} 












MilU . 


5100 


inconudera. 




9600 bi> com, 4800 rje 


3-5 Haa.-, 
S.fcM.S 


Sulouikln? 


100 




1000 


Rope,twine,duck,hc.80( 


New Engl 
Ha«.,A 


8.lt - 


6.1,275 


- 


4000 


Lumber, repairs 1616 


Saddle »ndli»me»9 


3S0 


40 


250 


Leather, kc. 400 


Maai. 


Shipbuilding 


2000 


350 


3000 


■nmher,plMik,&c. 8043 


Man, Co 


Shoes ■ 


590 


100 


700 


Le«t1ler,lhread,lcc. 3100 


9-10 Ma. I. 


Watch repuiriuK 
Wheelwrights 


200 


40 


50 


Chiystah la 


Man. 


ISOO 


600 


450 


A.h, osk, pina 400 


NewBi«: 




2 water 






Cutines SG 
2500 iBi wool 6S3 




StocKngB 








Hsu. 


Stone cutting 


300 




150 


Slate 3O0 


Do 




200 


100 


250 


CLoUw, cstimaled 10,000 


New Engl 


Plough.) B,Th«ch 


300 


200 


600 


Coal 63, timber 60 125 


Maai., Co 


er. E. Colenwn. 


'"" 






175 caitin« 450 
} ton* iron 75 

3 chai Virginia coal 28 


ibsi. 

penn. 
Tir. 



EXPLANATIONS, RBMA 

patent pl<ws |100| flax, 1000 lbs. yiS5; 500 hide* 91500) SOO ton* timber faODOi 

corda irood f l3,000,JI Natucket; aheep, 10,S6i, >t 1.50 per head, sr.lTO Ibi woid. i 

f 10,868. Car^iif WobI and Cblh Or^img. The wool carded ii tnoatly ptodnced h 

ftnoeninthe Ticuutyaftheitull*, and,afterbei]igc»rded,ia * ' ■ - - 

kc. in their bmiliea. Five cen' "- ■ — ■-" '■ 

il of houaehold manufiuture, ■ 
cannot correctly ascertain the amount of the domestic manu&cturc of v»ol, cotton, and 
but estimate it at (7000 annually. Salt FfV£*CDitabout one dollar per Toot, salt work 
Mue, (10 superficial feet.) We estimate their present Talue at 50 cents per fo«K, wbk 
conader their fur iparket value. The quantity of gUubcr salt maniifactuied would be 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



i» 



Mi^ffc. 






%'A 




Vi 


ipl.6 


Ills 


RHUtF 


ii' 




fl|l 


SlJ^JJ 


im 


immt 


'IS 

1 




llil 

ilif 


htiii 
iWlll 


It 

fill 


III! 

fill 




l|A«d». 


s W 


1300 bbl> bbcDit 5900 
300 bbb pilot do 8CI0 
Fancy bread 100 


AllinKas*. 
Do 
Do 


6atfl 


3«t«a33 




■* - 




WhaleandfiahboaUSSO 


Do 


a at 1 






m.i»wii.h,un> 


Coniitiy work 5300 


Do 


0atl.l3| 


3 at .43 




«i.iG.iv. 


310 


5000 lb* cuded 300 
335>->rdadr(»Kd 65 


Do 
Do 


iat.87 






'mt ■ 




BuTda,he. f»0 


]ib.formack'l 


M at 1 






^ ■ 


- 


75,000 bficki 450 


All in Haai. 


ati.tat 






Ur.S,nbcv.3iO 


Furniture 1100 


Mass. 


Jatl 






fc,^:^ 


Wool and fiir hato 600 


)Maa. 


ai 




[QCOI»d. 


^fct 


ICK] 




So. SUte. 








IMc. 




BoUdlnif, ftc. 3300 


Ma». 


S5-4SatI 






IBWci 


6» 


LeaAer 3740 
Paintinr 3000 


Do 

Do 


3 at 1 
3 at I 






Iw - 




Euthen ware 500 


Do 


I at 1.35 






IM • 




Booka,b:. 3500 


Do 


5 at t 


3 at .35 




IM - 






Do 


S at .33* 






MWhikck 


3roo 


Salk 4SO0 


Do 


J at 1.25 








■ 


Jl,637bti.talt 13,971 


tU., Ct., N.Y 
N.Y., Hd. 


25 at 1 
rl-5aah 


Oat .40 






250 bis. »lt 500 


1 




i« 




( 


»r-37at 


Some wrkm-emp. 


ppB«din>i 


1555 




Haat. { 


1.35 


motkertowu.^ 






Boots, ihocMnndg 4500 


Do 


4.10al90 




findrtoa 
Rnallamt 
bywom^ 


K - 




Carta, waRons, *nd 












iep>ch3«a 3350 
t0,000pratockingi3000 


Do 


J-5»tl.33 










DoBton 








■ . 




600 


Haas. 


>tl 






AfcA^ot 


sooo 


Clothing, estlm 15,000 


Bamstab; H« 


atl 




30 at .40 


■ n 


45 


300 ploii^ 3000 


MaM. 


.11.35 







I ADDtnONAL FACTS. 

\Waik konof Am BcucUer 1500: Daniel Childa 9000; George Lonll 4000( Geonn 
Um IMO; Eben'r Scuddcr 3500; iK't D. Scudder lOCOt Seth GoodiBMd 4000f Jonah 
Itesm Edw. Lewis 3000i Lewia Ctoaby 500t And. Ctub; lOOOi Dar. Hinckley 5000i 
■Am 3000; F. Bcudder 3700; Z. D. Bauct and W. Hallet 4400; BUn Bcudder 5000) 
MfcB' fc Co. 9000; S. Hallet 1000, B. Snow h. Son 3000; 8. Chipntan 1500; T. Perci. 
BDi T. Al^aOOO; J. Hawca and J Hallet 3900; PoUy Hallet 1300t Z. Lumbsrd 1600; 
A MOt J. LoTcn 1000; H. Loiell SOOO; B. F. Crocker ISOO, D. Crosby 1000; John 
id lODDi hetn oTD. Crosby 4000| S. Dottridre 1000. amtg. to 136,550 feet, salt-worfc 
■c Cwri^ ttad Uodu will be nunufiicCured the enauinf year. AnuKint of ihippinr 
■■hI ;_ ■-■•-■ u> Paflifif. in tjiia counQ', 1383 tons. There are 188 veMob employed 

_ .ranaif 55 bus each, and emplcnrinK 1500 tnen. B h i p lwiM in y, anabat^ 

b£h est^opcrtoB. 113,00010 ba added toabor*. 

D. CBOCKEK, JL ffm, jr., OwM^ flwwilWil 



loo C Eioc. No. 30S: ] 

D«ci7Mirt 3.— No. 16.— YABUOVTH.—ScAedulet^ Manu/aOura, BaiUii 



ii 


iilf 

s 1 ■^ * !- 


mil 
iiiii 


§1 

n 




1 

41. 


M 


Ill 11 




III 


lillsill 




Blulumithi 


$l.2OT 


#200 


(l.OOU 


Iron, (450, ch^r. & 
mlcoallarO - 8730 


Penniy 

Chntc. 
Miner, 


Cooperage 


100 


30 


50 


Staves, hoopi, head- 










ing, &c. . 100 




tumiture 


Wind 200 


30 


100 


Pine, birch, maple, 
timber . 75 

Boards and timber 


Hainc 


BouM carpentry - 


^00 


1,000 


S. note 


Hsine 


PuntinK 




30 


300 


Palnl. and oil - 700 


Maa*ac1 


ICllT* 


1 wind & 3 


mconaid'ble 


9. note 


4,396 bs.com, 3,917 rye 






water 






4,396 ba. con. . 


South. 

dleSb 


Sulnuking 


50 


ID 


9. note 


Bolt rope, tc. - SO 


MaaMu: 


Bilt, (about irSO) 


Wind 


3O0 


9allSic 


Lumber, nult, fcc 


Lumbe: 


See note 


100,413^ 




5,000 


for repurt, 12 per 
ccnl. on Mlea 3,640 


naila,! 


StddlehhuneM 


. 1S5 


3D 


100 


Leat],erW50,hard. 
ware moo - 350 


Kasi.> 


Stup buililiiig ■ 




200 


9. note 


Oak A pine timber 


Ma« H 


ShoM 


3S0 


Tools 50 


riO 


Leather and thread. 


9-lOth* 






Horae&wR- 




Sic. - -3,500 


140th 






gon 150 








Shoe* (in private 












ahopi) 


400 


TooLi 30 


560 


Leather, &c. . 1,800 


Massac 


I'm wwe, (1823) 


3U0 


Tools 30 
1 hor,= and 
wagon 100 


100 


Lead and wire - IS 




THuinK 


6iO 


«100, one 


2,400 


400 hide*, at M -1,400 


Uawac 






hor.c SO 




50 cord* bark . 300 
eOOcalf^kitu - 450 

4bblB.ail,tallow,hc.60 


Ualnc 
Ha»ac 
Hasaac 


Wwelwrighto - 


SO 


ao 


40 


Oak t pine timber 40 


NewB 


TwlorinB 


300 


inconiid'ble 


B. note 


Cloth* eitinuted at 




Cordite 


Uuiual 


incomid'ble 


3,400 


50 barrels tar - 73 


Soathc 




3.900 




S. note 


U boies soap - 23 
1000 lb*, cot. warp 230 




WMoh and clock 












ibSTS^kM 


100 


150 


100 






500 


200 


300 


&ih timber, iron,&c ISO 


HainE, 


lUd«> 


. 


' 




ertim. at SOO at 3i l.OSO 


Pcnm 






ICaKjkins, 400 at T3 300l 





[. Doc. No. 308. 2 



101 







lit 

nil 








m 




till 


riiiii 


till 


iiil 


jiii 


i Enj. k Swcdo 


Countrr worki (4,500 


AUioMKH. 


ant SI 


Kane 


Nods 


». - .|M«^ 












1 - . 


fiO 














- 


B«rKl>. tubs, &c. 350 


ILuDachuKtts 


I at 75c 


DIooe 


None 


[.klarfwu. 


31 


PnmiUire - - 300 


Massachusetts 


I at r5c. 


None 


None 






BuUaion and repiirs 


Macuchiuetls 


15 at f 1 


None 


Kaar- 


idbihlc- 




Piioting - 1^50 




lat$l 


N0115 


None 


" • 




Mul - - . 




r see note 


None 


Nbiw 


bdock . V»0 


Saill & repaii-inK 1,250 


Hasucliiisetts 


utjiasi 


None 


».„ 






^206 bi. nit 30,S&4 


iM^^Con. 


, of -J-, 




None 








ICsalti 










500 bbli. Gliuber, 


k' v., South. 


See note 










S50 epaom, ulU 3,050 


Slatea, ilasi 












B>ddle«.iidh>meu, 




JatPl 




None 






«nd repairing - 450 
















Massachuaetts 


6 at SI 25 




None 






B<y>t« »nd .hoc. of 




5 at 90c. 


3 at33Jc 


J at iOc. 






every description 5,000 














Boots and aboei 3,450 


Massacl.iisetu 


6 at 90c. 






■ibplite. 




Tin ware, funnel & 


Massachusetts 


iat»12S 


None 


None 


Od/b™.. 




.tOVEi - 1,000 










r,«0 - 


360 












■ 


. 


Leather . 1,900 


MsaaichuiCUs 


2 at 83c. 


None 


None 






Wheels, carts, fcwa- 




1 at 67c. 


None 


None 


nlimiicdml 




Kons - - -250 
Clothing - - 


Mossachusetta 


3 at CI 


None 


I3atS6c. 


hmp ■ 3.%2a 


20 tons conhp: and 


Mttsmchusclts 


4 J at 80c 


3 at 28e. 


None 


lM,lbnm> 


176 


cables . - 5,700 














40 doi. cottim (see 


Kassachusclts 


Sec note, 


I at 2Jc. 


None 






note) cod lines - 380 
Ws,ti:h and clock re- 




4* at 78c. 






Tring^kc 


50 


HHSiachuselts 


i at (125 


None 


Vonc 






Blocks, &c. - - 600 










trite • 


100 


Maasaclmactts 


atMiej 


None 


None 



103 L 1^* ^^- ^^^^ 1 



EXPLANATIONS, KEICi 

BouitkM Manu/aduret^-^the rx>immttce estimate the housebold manufkclucfc of i 
wool, flax, &c., at about $4,000 annually. 

Thi Ware. — A man is employed, in addition, to sell the ware, at an expense of $ 
noBth, for six months. 

Dnhring. — ^The materials are usually furnished by those who procure the garmentt 

iS%^ and Mnue Carpenterif Fainien and SaUmakerif usually have their matcnals fi 
ed by employers. There are no joint stock concerns in this town . The oomnuttee wi 
able to ascertun what proportion of the capital was borrowed, but are of opinion that 
lanpe part of itis red. 

Uriai Mills. — Three quarts per butfbel is taken for toll, of which the miller rccein 
half. No stock is kept on hand. 

Cordage. — At Doane's rope walk, five men are employed about nine montiu^ mi 
auUnrni, and winter, at 00 cents per cbiy, averaf^ng^ three constantly; one boy, do. 
38 cents. At Kelly's, three men six moirais, at 75 cents, averagings one and a mMi Mi 
do. at 18 cents, do. one-half. The amount of business at each 'n nearly equal. Tlie 
ence in the amount paid for labor is accounted for in tbi^ manner: the Doanei lure 1 
day, and the Kellys by the piece. Cotton cod lines are a new article^ they poitlti 
are conndered better than hemp. Six months' cre^ is allowed on sales of uj|iiiigv# 

SaH Works. — Answer to fliirteenth qaei^on. Twenty-six per eent^ viz.; tor hunb 
per cent; to carpenters, 8 per cent.; interest, 1 per cent.; depreciation, 3 per cent.) 
rancCf i per cent.s otiier risks, 1}. 

Owners of Salt Works. Andrews Hallet, 3,000 feet saK^work measure, (1 foot e^ 
10 feet superfidal;) John Reed, 2,500 feet do.; Betty Eldridg^, 1,550; Oliver HaOet, • 
Ebenezer Taylor, 600; Jo. White, 1,000; Prentiss White, 1,000; heirs of Jno. Custis^ 
Henry Custis, 1,000; Barnabas Thacher, 3,000; Edward Thacher, 3,000; James B 
1,300; Warren Hedge, 1,200; Enoch Ryder, 1,400; William Bn^, 3,700; Wm. HaS 



[ Doc. No. 808. ] 



103 



iXD iDDinONAL FACTS. 

HjJ], 2,000; Junes T«ylor, 1,000; Samuel Taylor, 1,300; Gertham Baker, 2,000$ 
Grar, 1,000; E. & J.Hallet, 1,900; Edmund Efdrid|^, 1,000; Elisha Doane, 2,800; 
ABboand Wilfiam Hall, 1,500; Bartlet Bray, 3,300; heirs of Prince Matthews, 4,000; 
kkt Bar, 1,400; Gersham Crowell, 4,000; George Crowell, 1,400; Ekiathan Lewis, 4,300; 
fadddCtowell, 3,300; Charles Hallet, 6,500; Daniel Hallet, 2,000; John Bangs, & Co., 
lOT; Wiothrop Sears, 1,000; Simeon Crowell, 5,750; Luke Baker, 1,000; Rowhnd Lewis, 
VnOi Esekiel Matthews. 2,000; Oliver and Jon. Kelly, 6,000; heirs of Jona. Goodeno, 
VIDO; Jo. EUridge k, Co., 6,000; Robert Wing & Co., 8,600; James Davis, 3,600; Bar- 
■htt Dan^ 500; Stephen Smith & Co., 12,000; Russel Davis, 5,000; Abram Shcamum, 
WH I«ah Crowell, 7,500; Abicl Akins, 4,000; Thomas Akins, 2,600; David Akins, 1,400; 
laoKeDy, 4^800; George Wing, 4,500; Job Otis, of New Bedford, 8,200; Edward Gif. 
M, 3,700; Lewis Crowell, 5,000; Friace GiflTord, 5,300; SeUi Kelly, 5,000; Winthrop 
CtaMfl, 1*000; Lewis Sears, 1,200; and Edward Sears, 1,200; amounting to 200.827 feet; 
Cii^m0^868;'present value, $100,413. The proprietors of salt manufactories, for the most 
M^tndthemt wlien they employ laborers to take care of them, it is usual to give them 
v Aor serriccs one-fourth part of the salt manufactured, and one-third salts. The salt 
nsoicaaBBeBees at the first of March, and continues till the first of November: seventy- 
Ite aeii avcngmg forty . 

is TuBoat^ there are 9 blacksmiths, 2 cabinetmaker^;, 20 house carpenters, 10 ship- 

cv^ofeatt 2 painters, 1 sailmaker, (2 next season,) 1 saddle and harness and 14 shoemaken^ 

^^■VliSe WMcr, 3 tanners and curriers, 2 wheelwrights, 9 ropcmakers, 2 tailors, 13 tailor- 

oaes, 2 nasliisaakers and milliners, 2 coopers, 6 millers, 2 blockmakers, and 75 salt manu- 

tootn; avensxng as above stated. 

AMOS OTIS, Jb. 

Fiiascm, M^ssAcausrrrsg March» 1832. 



104 [ Doc. No. 308; ] 

DocnMST S.—Ko. 17.— BREWSTER.— &A(rfi(/r of mnuftttaro, BttiU- . 



SI 

ill 


II 

SIOQ 


m 

ssoo 


1 i 
pi 




111 

■s|t 

-31 


Rmuc carpentry - 




CaLinct makers ■ 


wind 6U0 


200 


IJOO 


Birch,piiie. varnish 8160 


Maine, Mau. 


Manun>c.ofpUtea 


ISO 


600 


1,000 


50 buahcia charcoal 10 


Uas~acliuKtt* 


Wtee, copper, tin, 








1^ cords wood 13 




fct., IS25. Ja.W. 












Foster 












Slctaic cutting. Hi- 


100 


15 


100 


SUte 100 


duincy, Ma»;i 


mn Tribble 












PaintlnE - . 


^ 100 


75 


mnrlc 


Estimaled 800 




bnpblack: 


300 


inconsidera 


incqn. 


60 bhli dross 30 


Do 


WUiiluw fiictnt}'. 


water 8,000 






3 hbl. oil 6V 


Do 


iei4,A1jra'm, N» 


han, Iswc, Nathaniel ) 




5 bbli niap, &c. 2 




*Uly. Gilbert, El 


tanah, Ken dm.Dcan J 








•ndDenJaminWin 


alav. 


) 








8«Il. 177H 


wliid52;Ji6 


nconsiaen 


3,000 


Lumber, nails, tec, for 
repairs 1,533 


Lumber, Ualu 
Nans, Sic. Mmm. 


Griat milli 


2 wind 4011 
lwat.TlOOO 










8tu>M and boota ■ 


400 


100 


160 


Leather 1,800 


i Mass., i Penn, 
N. York 


Bkcknnitlii 


300 


100 


100 


Iron 50 
Ch. cnal 119 


Pennsylraiu* 

Virginia 


T«mn(f ■ 


anlmat 


100 




JSShidca 1,163 




Preeman Fogter h 


1,000 


3 horses 


1,993 


30O calf skins 150 


Do 


Co. 




150 




35 cordi bark 305 
S libis oil 95 
Tallow, &c. 33 


Maine 
Do 


Taaorinff . 


si-e remarks 










Miaon'. work 


sec remaj'ks 










Ilouatbntd miUinr 












HIdus 












EX I' 


TanatioS 


S, REMAD 


KS,AJ 


D ADDITIONAL FAC 


T8. 



't of Sail Warki. Benj. Beiry 3277, John Baker 1510, heiraof JohnF. BsnciSU^ . 
Jenj. F. Diirrj- 320, lieiis of Stth Crosby 77fl, lici« of Isaac Clark 909, Isaiah ClaA SflfiflL 

Eliaha Crosby 3154, Ahiel Croi^by 3977, Elijah Cnlib 4030, Joseph Croclcr 3564, Bdminl 



S. Clark 1151, Msvh Clark r.OW, John P. Crowell 1^034, Heth Ci-Ohby 1643, Strabo Cklk 
•iSi3, Joseph C.Crosby 1360, TlKtipbihia Crosby 1133. Isaac Ci'usby 1133, Freeman DiUiar- 
ham 1H54, heira of John Dillingham 738, hcin of Isaac UillinRham 1100, Joshua DlUingfaan 
eOO, I'aac Dillingham 51j0, Nalhanid I'reenuui 342, Hannah Foster 558, Bemanl FreelMH 
1190, Isaac Foster 3103, Bc:ij. I'nster 810, hein of John Foster, jr. 1300, Nathan Foiter 
1300, Josioh Foster ijl-ie, Jrinathnn Freemen 1953, Solomon lYeeman 1000, Asa Grny BSB, 
hein of Nalhanitl Hopkin* 3153, Sunuel B. Hopkins 700, Samuel Higgin* 1I6S, Ueorn 
W. Hig^o" l^^^i Hcl>eeca I.ininlii IS63, Deborah Lincoln 1,383, AlbeK Mayo 343, EIb- 
thui Mayo 3100, Willard Scam 1109, Josiah Seabury 8160, Keuben Sean, jr. 683, D>Tid 
Bnow 3t;37, Rnhert Snow 800, hrirs of ThonMi Snow, jr, 800, Heuben Semn 2TS2, ThcniM 



[ Dns. No. 308. ] 



I«5 



T 

II 



'ii" 






lii 

a; I £.6 



III? 

Ill' 

llp 
lllf 



£■1 - 

til 



•Si 

m 



100 



Im. «. ccfitisan 



11,000 
1. p. Ciirriagc 



U13d( 



I dozen poliihed 
Dn urfTce umi 

t dozen meeting 
tuMuc lamps 
3(l|Ceaiinm tin we 300 
lire fnine* 140 
. kc. 300 

Tomb itones, be. 300 



Painting, laLor for 

MM>0p!H.lNiipb'k360 

ftW Cuding- wool, cloth 



100 bbb. epKmi SCO 
"aota, (faoes, tad 
mending- 4,000 



N. Y. 
9-l(tH«ai.. 



la-r It 87 



l^one 



Ntne 



, Om SealB J80, bein of Abrahun Wlnslow 3037, Isuac Winalow ^i6, Renciln 
HI^ NadiMiid Wimlow 2773, N»liuin Wiialos- 4386, Abigail Wioslw 744, Elk»- 
mirSO, Benj. Wiiulow SS, beira of John Winslow 1361, n>^ln of Jisudi Winilow 



■•■ fteatet in thia thjui btbe other cape towni, in coiuequence ofthedit 

, g «> wmter, ind the cxptytcd situation of the work*, mut earperUo'i, 

__._MMb imdmatau, ire generally furniibud vith itocli, by empoyen. Lair^ 
MMHkiiaqiloycdfor *bgiittiroorthrcGnionth»in aj-ear. Winbui f^ory.~ 
^fimxt^am hiAarj haie lesMd it, for t300 per annum., to a Mr. Walker, vho !■ 
■HgitviA machmcTy ibr • cotton manufacttny. He calculalei, when in iiill 
■ ^•■■HfiKtiireJpiOO yirdapcr week, and employ 4 men, 9 b«7i, 4nd30 ^tlt, 
^rirharfi. DAVWCaOCKEB, AMOI OllS, Jr. 

.14 Omw^ CmmmJHm. 



10* 



[ Dots. No. 308. ] 



DocvKm 3— No. 




if aamffkHmm. 


Ii 

Ill 


i 

Hill 
ss-2*:- 


mi 
iiii 

ilil 


1 


lllliilf 

lililll 


Ilf 

1 


ChaCutm. 












pl«.-fcpT^t>if 


1600 


flOO 


$IM 


6 chs). coal, 17 ,#102 


TTgini* - 


BoMbuildilv - 


asc 


70 


300 


Cedar boards, oak. 
punts, nails, be. 336 


NewEi^faaft 




200 


100 


100 


Timber, kc. 300 


Do 


Cattlinffwool - 


Water 2» 


laconsider 
able 
ISO 


None 


Sperm <hI 30 




Bloeki ■ 


Do 10( 


100 


Tonber. kc 65 


NeirEngtaal 


Coqm. - 


350 


Incon. 


350 


Staves 34, hoops, be. 

30 54 


UiutedSWH 


Pwiting;, C^lnrt 


liO 


100 








mi^E 












HouM Caipentiy 




400 


Punuili 


1,500 ft deck, do 90 


Kaiiie 


8hipC»p«t>7 


I '^ 


lOO 


7O0 


Conncctioat . 


•w.-nutbttkatm 


S - 




. 


Huie 










boards 36 












8par«70. iron 90 


Do Peon.. 














GrirtmiU 


Swiad 1,500 


Incon. 








SailmakhfT ■ 


300 


Do 




Bolt rope,tirine,fccJCKl 




Saddle khambu 


SO 


10 


FwtiA 


Leather 1.000 




BhaeroaMi« - 


350 


ISO 


300 


Do 


T«dng 


Wind 300 


Incon. 


325 


Hides 450, calf 75 516 
Bu'kl40,cdla,koJ«)160 


Hainc KM. 


317 nMiire •heep 


at f 1, 317. 


3 lb*, wool 


e«*,at 


eta. 317, 75 hjdei a 


t », 235, UK 


Sab, lee renark^ 


Wind 




4,000 


.umber, nails, kc. 


Lumber, HdM 




tr3,m 






for repairs 2,000 


Nails, Jto,lb» 


HarwicL 














300 


50 


100 


chal. coals 36 


rirgink . 


Carfingwool . 


J sso 






bus. chaMod 3 




TajIor&Philipi, 




Xone 


Sperm oU ' SO 
-dbyemployen 
18,300 Iba Georgia 


Do 


House Caipenn' 


300 


690 


Funkh 


llaiiM> 


ChaduLintnd^ 


Water 








Vidl 








Upland 




Cotton hvoottm 


8,000 


Incon. 


500 


Cotton at 10 eti. 1,830 


Qeotgb 


mamtbcturini 








Oil 50 


■aMWhOMlto 


Co, Januan'. 












1837, (tee Dot.] 












GiirtnUlb 


JirindS 


Inctn. 


Notte 


,334 boa. eon, 3,108 


i Mas. i N. T. 




iratet 3.900 






rye. 


Safci^SI. 


Bho«m.kii« - 


'300 


130 


3O0 


Leather 1,800 


1 HsM. i N. T. 


ttonta, * - 


100 


Ineon. 




6 1udes,7Sc>lf 963 


MBtffhHtrtti 








300 


Bufci. oUs, kc. 60l 


Mnn^ lb» 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 

Mif^Di.Xiiii* mm4 Jfau>>AM*, JfiffMf, Warkmm, Waga. 



T* 



f 


^^S 
*l|l 




*i 






1 


ill! 


IBS! 


i 


IS 


.t.Ji<>,l&V 


Ve«ielkcountr>-wiirk, 


Chatham 


Mattl 


None 


None 


•l«J 


ai,43s 










lUAftaUCGO 














13 Eih boats 4SG 


Do 


I-*atliai 


Do 


Do 


Do 


Dn«.wwons & rep.9J0 
Vno lbs. wool for 


Do 


3 at 1 


Do 


Do 


Do 


So Ic ricinib' 


None 


None 


'"A-^ 












Hnte^ 


alaek*,pumpi.&roUei 


Chatham 


Wat 1 


Do 


None 


IF ^ 


fof»Ut works im 












UObbU. 90, coopering, 
mackerel, kc. SSD 


Do 


3-1 at 1 


Do 


Do 


- 


R«rnitu«r3, panting 




a.j« 1 50 


Do 


Do 


B - 




ChathHD 


I3at 1 25 


Do 


Do 


■'■* " 


ro toiu shipping, « 
30cti. perton.cx- 




5'"'" 


Do 


Do 


- 


cluiite of punt %100 


ChMham 


t2 binds 


from oth 


ertownt 


- - 


Painting B8 










•J 


He.1 (3 quuti tolL) 
Sails & mending 3,700 




7miUcr.,i 


toU. 




k«u,i.ioo 


Cha^ 


Hat 17; 


None 


NOM 




Labor 300 




1 nt 75 


Do 


Do 


■ u 


Shoes, booti, and 
nemfing 3,150 


3-10 Mi>i. 
1-10 Maine 


12Jat rs 


Do 


Bind. «S5 




Leather 1,050 


Mua. 


I at 1 12i 


Do 


None 








I at 1 


Do 


ratiOc*. 


afT^taDQM 


bold maim&ctuK e«ti 


Bated 1,500. 










36,800 b(u. nit IS.IOO 


1^20 Chat 


(93 owner. 


who gen 


eiaJlv at- 




200 bbU. O. do. 400 


United Statei 


tend the 


^^ equal 

ofnlt.) 


(#30 000. 








Want, at i 




«,» 10,4 












«USS,35 

10 


Conntry work 68S 


Hirwlcb 


4Jat 1 


None 


None 


Car^g 3,000 Ibt. wool 


Harwich and 












vioiiuty 


l4iti 


Neat pro 


ceedi. 






Do 


33 ai I 2S 


None 




. 


93,600 ;ard> cotton 










■ • 


8bBrIiagstGict*.S,084 


iR.I.tlbM. 


SU 1 


None 


8 at 331 


. . 


Heal, (3 qoam toll) 


Hitfwichaad 

vicimty 
Do 


7 nullCTf 


(ton. 




«a 


9hM>,boot>,ke. 3,800 


I3.B at SO 


None 


Bind'g«30 




Ualfaer 5S4. 


Do 


Hat! la* 


None 


None 



m 



I Doc. No. SOS. ] 

DooQMSn 3.— No. IS.— &ii 



11 


ilif 

il 


mi 


If 




Il5 
*jE.e- 

,5.1 S 


III 


1 

|li 






lUrwicli. 












Lampblack 


4 furnaces 
240 


Incon. 


100 


80 bblB. dross 2fl 

Paper 56 


HlusachuB 




2O0 


Do 




^oops, heading, &c. 5( 


Hune 


Salt, by boUinE. 


5,675 


Do 


JOO 


.umber, &c. for 


Maine, U 














hi evaporation 












about 1810. . 













nMvood 
Darid AtVDod 
John Atvood 

JUMAAtVIMd 

Jothua Atwood 
Joahua Atkins 
Benjuiun Buck 
Charles Brigga 

Silai Baker 
Jodiu* Crowell 
Jonah Crowell 
MUhsnCro^j 
SunuelDoane 
Nehemiah Doane 
Jonathan Eldridge 
Henryjadridae, jr. 
Kimble Bldiidge 
Levi Eldridge 



1,230 

1,526 
1,400 

1,400 



3,620 
3,000 
2,Wl 
3,300 

1,050 

2,150 

. 1,300 

i,roo 



EUerr Eldridge 

Darid Godfrey 

Heni^ Oorham 

Mlcajah Hovea 

Heirs of Thomas Howes 

Levi Harding 

liaiah Harding 

Enoch Uoves 

Iiaac Hudy 

Beth Haniy 

John Hammond 

Heirs of Prince Haidinf^ 

Eliaha Harding 

Joseph Hsrding 

Obed Hatdii^ 

Heira of Jajne* Howea 

Edward Kent 

Edward Hendrick - 

Josiah Hendrick 



tg eater with mS^. One half of the firiiing vcsmu formerly owned here have beta 



Theophilu* Borgeu 3,500, Job Cbaae 1,350, Job Cbaae, jr. 450, Samuel Bldridg« 1. 
Tripp 300, and Nathan Small 500. Amounting to 11,350 fcetj cost HuSSO. 

A Mr. Hoodv, of Harwich, has made several watches, one of which he made aU thi 

In Har*ich there are 3 masona occanonaUj employed, equal to one constantly, 1 Imil 
Slockfuildtrt of CSaikam and fite 

Aroaw Nickemn, John Doaae, Obed Brooki, Ebenezer Beaiae, Sem and Hurdy, 
Caleb Nickerson, heir* of Simeon Nickerson, Salathiel Kickeraon, EUiha Uoane and 
Niderson, Joseph Vouog, and John Reed. The stock of this eompuy is divided bit 
mg the whole amount inveited, tlO,51B: preaent value about f S,000. Theic has bee 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



10* 



Hi 

1 


m 

S = i 

=1' 
11=, 

m 


-nil 

i'il'-i 

mm 




= 11 

lit 


Hi 

'it 

lfi| 




bUc" 480 
Coopering, mmck. 60 
2,837 biu. nit, S3 

bbkG.do 1,241 


United SbUi 

H«r»ich 
Do 


4,>]>(«t3 

1, »j or 3 
9 owners, J 


montfai. 
tending. 


inayeir. 



**■— '*— Nickcnon 



Hein of Richitd Son, jr. 
Richard Son 
Thomu Smith 
Stephen Smith, Jr. 
Stephen Smith 
Reuben Snotr 
Joseph Taylor 
Zenas Taylor 
Reuben Taylor 
Christopher Taylor, 
Samuel Taylor 
Heira of Reuben C. Taylor 
Chhitopher Taylor 
John Taylor 
Reuben Toung 
Joicph Young 
Joaeph Voun^ jr. 
Samuel H. Youi^ 
Rebecca Rider 
Tabatba Barding 
LarannalSder 



9,05D 
1,000 
1,000 
3,SO0 
1,000 
1.700 
3,000 



1,000 
1,000 
3,900 



■, HABWICH. 

Wmliiri 8,000, Zm. Keodiick 1.U0, hein td Nathan Nickerwn 1,000, Samuel 



Hi 1, 1 vhttlwriglit i. 
g Compaq. 

. „ .r, Jonah Crowell 'Hiaehcr Rider, Colliu Howea, heirs of Thomas Howet, 

I Itmt, John Seaibury, Kchaid Sears, John Topping, Smith Eldridge, A'athan 
Mht fix each, Moal (9,360. An aswaonent of 16 per share, |1,15S, mak- 
.iCpnAtei TIk building* and pririleges ar« now rented for $300 per annum. 

ItAVID CBOCKEA ?^-^ ^ 



Il« 



[ Doc No. sgs. ] 

DacrauT 3.— No. 19. DUSSa—SOtdaleo) 



li 
II 

|l! 


ill! 


yiif 

m 


1 
III 




1' 

1- 

i 


Vkcksnutht 


tsoo 


{100 


8150 


Charcoal 
3 chal. coal 


65 


Mm 


Blocks - 


75 


75 


7i 


Ash, oak, hiidi, &c. 


50 


Ne^ 




300 


700 


^i^k 








Ship csrpentiT - 




SO 




. 






Shoen»kinE - 




50 


150 


Leatlicr 1,400 


9-lOt 
1-10 

Man 


Turning 


Animal 


. 




SO hides, SO calf 187J 


David Howes - 


100 


Inconad'le 


'aoo 


Bark, oil, &c. 


60 


Main 


Grist mills 


5wind,3000 


Inconiid'le 




1333 bs. rye, 4000 c 


om 


iDe 

Yot- 


Uasonry 














Tuloring 


See remark 












Umpbkck 


3fum. 130 


- 


- 


40 bbls. dross 


13 


I>IaiB 


Stamstlng - 


2iO 


Inconsidle 


300 


Bolt rope, &c. 


300 


jNe 


Sdt, 1776 or 7 - 


|95,B« 


fnconsid'lc 


6,000 


Lumber, nails, &c., 


for 


Lum 


See Remark. 


wind 






repairs 3 


165 


mul 


■Wool, 77 native » 


ieep,»tn. trrt aji 


I.WOO 


193 lbs., 190. 






Hides, 300, at t3 


jeOO. Calfskira, tTS. 







EXPLANATION!, I 
Sail Wtrk Ouinen.— Tbeiiiu Sean^ 835ftet, nltvork meaaure; Elkudt S 
Williaio Scars, 300i ban of Ezra Sean, 1,680; AsaSherarick, 3,150) Homnft 
Hemy Sears, l,400i Eldrid^ Sears, 800) Jacob Sears, 1,S50; Daniel Sean^ ; 
thvi F. Sears, 1,300; Judah Sears, 3,444) JudahSean, jr., 600; Paul Sean, 1, 
Sean, 1,480, Edmund Sears, jr., 3,000; Joseph Seara, 1,300; Job C. Stone, n 
Stone, jr., 1,000; heirs of Seth Tobey, 1,800; TLomai Vincent, 1,000; PU| 
lOOO) George Sear:, of Boston, about 3,323; Bethiah Sears, of Brewster, L 
Seats, of do., 1,000; Joshua Clark, of do., 500; Joseph Scan, of da, 3,fl 
Sears, of da, 1,650; loaeph H. Sean, of do., 1,650; helraof Abnham'Wtnd 
1,683; Kenelin Winslow, of do., 1,681; Isaac Winilow, of do., 1,683; Nathaidt 
of do., 1,683; Abraham Winslow, of do., 1,474; Kenelin Winslow, jr., of do-.S, 
Sean, of do., 1,000; Theophilus Nickersun, Dennis, 3,000; John Saoford, 3,0 
Smaller, li^'^t Bamabaa Baker, 3,100; Simeon Niekerson, 1,QOO| TboBH Cr 
Obed Baxter, 3,300; Obed Baxter, jr., 3,000; John Baker, 3,500; Samuel Ck 
EleazerNickeiMn, 3,000; Peter Baker, 3,300; Nehemiah CroweU, 300| Ehalb 
500; Mercy Ciowell, 1,700; Darnel CroweU, 1,030; Oand CnnrelK d^oilOi habl 
CrowcU, li^OO; John Crowell, 1,530| (35 feet of theae worka aic •n»qijMt(ti 
first salt works built on the common construction in BamitaUe CMU^f, ut^it J 
the fint in America;) Isaac CroweU, 3,000; bMC Chapman, ^HUi ' AbrahUB 
Chapman, 1,030; Nathan Chapman, 3,318; Daiuel EMndKe, n^ SoAba Qoi 
Gcw^ Howea, 1,100; nince Howea, 1,300; Oren Howes, 900i OddAHoveLj 
sudfr Howe% 3,000) Obed Howea and Son^ 800; Daniel Howei, ^;0ODt SOU B 
iMBh Hmsm, SUy, HoMt, «De; Mn of l/Kth Bowea, 70O; Nathm Howa^ 9,1 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 

f^ at, Jttwiak mei, Mmufadurtt, Ma*^ TForinn, IVagtt. 



1 

IB 


Ill' 




Itfl 

fill 


111 

i 


1 

till 


n 


301 
3ii 


Country luiJ veaael work 
lS2i 




W at 
*1 12* 


None 


None 




li 


Blodo, &c. 300 


Do 


Hatur 

18.14 at 

125 
2 al 1 25 


Do 
Do 


Do 
Do 


■1 


30 


Boob, slioea, and mend 
ing 9,760 




7-5 at 85 


Do 


liat33t 
■ cent* 


■ 




LeUber 350 


Do 


U at 
JioftoU, 


Do 


None 


■• 




Mm) (3 qt». toll) 


Denni. - 






- 








1 at 100 ' 




flatSOcH 


^ 




16DM papers lunpbbLclc 


New England 


3-1 at 100 


Do 


None 


■iWkW 


Ul 


iiils fc rcpairng W" 


Dennia 


3 men 4 


months 


each in. 










yoir. It 1 33J 






16,548 ult 33,7ia 




130 men engaged in manu- 
factunngi aven^ about 






SOO bhb. e^auber 1,000 


N.V.9o.Stntcs 


38 constantly employed Tor 






IM do cpwm do 1,625 


Masa. N. Eng 

So. States 


one-fifth of «moiint*iIeB, 



•-""imoiHL FACTS. 



JfcjMOOt Alto Ji 

^^^^^V^ '*DMbei jiowca, o,zvu; mcau novcs, 
^ J?'™*m,300i Daniel Hedge, 1,000; John : 
■■■ m.^ "? *■ l.aS; Uriah Howes, ^600; Jeremiah 
S-*r~'"»»ct 1.800: haacHowei, l,09«i Dnid 



Hoves, 1,300; EliHowei, 360; Eliaha Howes, 400{ Zenaa 

Uowes, WO; David Howea, 3d, 2,550i William Howes, 3,GS0t 

' ' Howci, 3,390) IGcah Howes, 700; Lithrop Hotrci, 2,000; 

..„..„. . . H(^_ 1750. j^ijjj jj Ho„e^ 

Howes, 1,100; Charles How^ 
■ ^=~~~~'^ i,<iuut uaac tiDwc^ 1 ,u3Bi uaviu Howes, 1,830; Joiiah Howea 
'in?'* ™*^ Hon. 535; Edward Hall, l.VOO; Hcray Hall, 1,300; Benjamin 
"Sf^W Joihua HaU, 500; Ei» Hall, 500; hein of Jesse Hal], 450; Josiah 
ji;5*l» HiU, 1,000; Hcuben Hall, 1.800; Isaac HaU, 700; Enoch Hall, 1.361( 
"■^■^Jf-. 3,900; Judah Howes, 1,300; Judah Paildoct, 2,370; Eben. Paddock, 
^XmSm, 1,730; CoasUnt Scars, 800; Uchitable Bean, 1,053; Elisha Scars, jr., 
KUiaEUHigears, 1,500; Eihnimd Scan, 3,050; Eben. Sears, 700; Moody acut, 
■iBwti Stei, jr., 1,135, amounting to 191,690 feet, salt work measure. Cost 
A ftBC'Talue, t95.B4S. 

BMrpentei^ painters, masons, and tailorese^ fumished irith stock by employers. 
iMLaha, *idi die exceptioo of bolt rope. 

^^ ^3N tons of shipping are owned. Of a population of 2,317, lune^-eight 
glMgd kit year as captains in the fisheries, foreign, or ooasbng trade; 139 mates 
^ hwilll boys. It is estitnated that there were raised hut year, 1,321 bushels 
mMtth^Aatra: and that there Were imported 5,000 bushels com, and 1,500 
aJvfiavVnrYork, Sootheni, and Middle States. 

jgg, AMoa OTI3. Jr., ^ j ^^^y CommilUt. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Docmm 3.— No. SO— rAlMOVm. —SAiAtk of Mmnjai 



^1 

h 

■s . 
Ill 




ii 

flip 
lllft 


Hi 
III 


The different klnda, with the 
qiiantlty and vaJue of each 

annum, which are produced 
in the United Stales, and of 

mestic production* cuuum- 


m 
111 
11 

5" * 


Bkcbouthin? 


s,2rs 


3sa 


1,300 


3,500 ba. charcoal 350 
aochal. Vir. coal 240 
Iron and ateel " 390 


Falmouth,! 

Virpnia 
Pemuylvi 


Coopering 


1,000 


ISO 


■Genot« 


Staves, iron hoops 
and headli« 8,550 


N. York, C 
Me., 8. St 


Carding wool, Shu 


1,200 


180 




Sperm, oil 100 




ball I^iPtence, 












Syiv'r Bourne's do. 


400 






Sperm, oil 10 


Hassaditue 


Home carpentry - 


500 


3, TO 




Lumber, about 4,000 


Maine 


Ship building - 


1,300 


S80 


10,000 


See remarks. 




LewisvUle Woollen 


4.100 


2,675 


3,300 


3,760 lbs. wool 1,875 


NewBngUi 


man'y,1831;Pete[ 


Water 






623 gallons oil .100 




Lewi8,A.Phinney, 








Cotton warps 430 




A, Hinckley, Zenaa 








l,8r5 lbs. potash 135 




EweT,H.Wicks^C. 








62b>rreUsaap ISS 




Murtha, G- Plun- 












ney, E. L. Dim- 












mock. II. Crocker, 












T. Davia, A. Phin- 












ney, J, Jones, C. 












Davia. Je.Heniy, 












and J. RobinwD. 












F»l. Pacific Woollen 


3,500 


100 


1,000 


1,666 IbB. wool 666 


Hauachuaei 


nian'y,begunl830i 


Water 






3 barrcb oil 40 


Uassachusel 


Baker k Gordard, 








150 lb*, cotton 33 




(New Bedford) S. 












k H. Dillbgham & 
Alex. Clark. 






















Tanning; Nathaniel, 


500 


50 


3.50D 


500 bides, 175 wlf 


t South. St, 


William k Watson 








1,755 


jMaa*. 


Shiverick, Consi- 








50 cards bark 350 


Maine 


der Hatch a Son. 








Oil, tallow, Btc. ST 




Shoes and boots - 


700 


2» 


1,100 


Leather and thread 

3,300 


MasMlHU 
IRewT 
and Pen 


Salt, about 1803 - 


93,463 


200 


5,000 


.OBber, nails, &c. 


Uaila,ltM*. 


(See xo«.) 


Wind 






for repaira 2,409 


Lnmbcr.lk 


Tubring 


400 


50 






- - 


GrutmiUa 


s.aoo 


nconalder. 










5 water. 






1,940 bush. lye, 3,524 


«u«utnu« 




3wid 




- 


S,986com 


N.Tork.C<i 
Sou. Stil 


Wheelwrights 


230 


100 


lOO 


Oak a«d aah, &c ISOT 


lewEnglM 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



113 



irfrnr-, i'" . ^'-' "ioi't itsfd, ManufaHurcs, .^fork'-Uf Jlorkmrnn If-at^rx. 



• » I 



I ••'•>• 



zc 



■- — ' - 



e = 

^ t^ ^ 

^ '^ ** 

^^ »■ 

>■ ^ s 

• S Ci, s 

c > Ji«.• 
^ -5 ^ v2 




' _r » 



«« V •« \ ^ ^ ^m 




si ^^ j» "J S 51 

I** 



^ c 5";: 1 > -s u^ 



~ 1/ s 



5 S 2 



?c •"St: 1,176 Cotmtrv work and 

: >h:p ' do 7,050 

I 

iy,(A// oil casks 12,000 



All ill M:iss. 15 at irl 



:»*:• 



I 

Caniing and fulling l,2o0 

jCsrd'if SO'jOlhs. wool 10:> 

•B^iilding^ & rep. 17,825;} Muss , S. Stai-lS at 51 



\11 in M:LSh 



10 at $1 
25 ct!.. 
1 at ill 



>or pcopU' in 
vicinity j 

People vicinity l-6at ^ftl 



I 



• 4 






3l'^.5->} vds. satinets 4, 500 
Carding, fulling and 
iy.ia \2i dressing 1,500 

*iiLf*\';r.A 1' ;ExaggcrAied. Sec rc- 
I mark . ) 



'< 1. "oJ.lOjOyO yds. woollen 
kcr5«\v forwlialc- 
mcn, at 40 cti. 4,000 



f M:isi . I N. Y 
For peopic in 
vicinity 



ii:r*'i.*2ie 






Leather 



} New Kedford 
i Nantucket 



3,510 M.'iSsachu.sctt8 



Negro shoes 600 

Shoes and boots 4,000 

46,250 bus. salt 18,500 

700 bar. G. salt 1,575 



Meal, (2} qts. per busliel 
i^ tlic toll at wind, and 
2 uLs. at u-ati:r) 



Wheels, repairing, &c. 6! Massachusetts 
15 



South. States 
Ma.S!i. 

J R. 1., Con., 
N. Y., ^ Masii. 
N.Y., So.States 



25cts- 
atfl 






2at$l 



2 at $1 



rS at $9 
< a more 
^Stiites 

^l-5tho 
f tf.Midin 

lat5l 
also 5 ma 

milliners 

7 millers 
lulf toll 



H at $1 



5 at 50 
cents 



work in 
8 mo. in 

f salt is 
I?- 

ntua ma 



5 at 54 
cents 



o at t>«>| 
cents. 



3 at 35 ct. 
the Sou. 
tlic year. 

paid for 

4at50ct. 
kers and 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



DocujiisT 3.-«o. «.— FALMOir 



Uii 









WSil 



|s^ 






Punting - 
Baking 

Wood 

Sheep, 4 metino 
i do 
i do 

Hides 



12 cord* wood 
aOOburelaflo 
5,300 conli 3(^330 



1,313 
3,616 
1,314 



N. Y., 8. 

Nsntuckl 

SC - 
i <Rem'k 



IA8T OF SALT 



B. B- Boume 
NKth. Robhuon 

Siki and John Davis 
Job Partcr 
Timolhy Parker 
SiluJ. Boume 
Daniel Bowman 
Prince G. Boume 



JohnBoyer 
David Butler 
John Butler 

Knowlea Butjer 
Han- Bodfish 
V illLara Bradstreet 
Cileb Belcher 
Aaron Conuah 
Benjanun Crowell 
ChvlwCrowell 
Aflenfl. Crowell 
Joihua Crowell 
Fian^ Davia 
Francui Davii^ jr. 
John Dkvii - 
Jabei Davis - 
Stephen DaiTS 
Joaeph T>Bvis 
NBthuiicl Dnvia 
l(yiii4>ha« Davis 



1,900 
1,300 
9,280 
1.7J0 
1,600 
3,100 



1,500 
3,000 
1,000 
l.OOO 
1,000 
3,500 

3, oar 

1,700 
760 



900 

900 

3,500 

1,300 

3,000 

1,400 

1,500 

750 

r50 



Prince Dimmoclc 
John Diimnoclt 
George W. Donaldson 
Ephraim Eldridge 
Abicl EJdridpc 
Sllai J. Eldridi^ 
NathiuiicI Eldndge - 
Wimim Eldridge 
Peter Grant 
Prince Gifford, jr. 
Hekttah GiJFord 
R. Gilford 
iViliiani Gifford 
ElishK Gifford 
B. Gifford . 
Bntddock (^Rbid 
Hcira of Slephen OfTord 
ahubal Hatch 
Jf atbaniel Hammond 
Samuel Hammond 
Mu^hew Hatch 
Major Hatch 
Hoaei Hatch 
Thacher L. Hatch 
Joseph Hatch 
Davu Hatch 
John Hatch, jr. 
Conudcr Hatch 
EUhu Hatch 
Bila* Hatch - 
Bobinwn Hatch 
Weiton Jenkins 
Prince Jenkins 
9ilaa Jone* - 
John Lawiuice 
Peleg Llwranca 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 




Ft. (oA'UwnfctMM. 



. S,600 
4,000 

1,600 
3,480 



t'H-ttl^e, 



1,334 



Elijah Hoblnnn 

Hoie* Robliuon 

Hein of June* Rcbinaon 

Rowlind Robinton - 

Hein of Davit Bobinna 

Stephen Hog^i* 

Ephnim Sanrord 

Nuthanict Shiverick, jr. 

William Shiveiick • 

Samuel Shivcrick 

Joshiu Swift 

Htln of Browning Swift 

Stephen Swift, jr. • 

Saiah Swift - 

Silu Swift - 

Joseph Swift, jr. 

Hein at Thtmu* Swift ' 

Albert Swift 

Hotcs Swift 
Thomu Swift 
EUjah Swift 
Oliver C. awift 
Daniel Swift 
Seth Swift ■ 
Francii Wicka 
Hein of Herrev Wick* 
Geor^ W. Wiika - 
HiucuiT. C. Wick* 
Prince Wicks 
Sj'lvinus Wing 



580 

135 

1,300 

1,300 

S.IOO 

i,4ro 

3,000 



338 

834 
5,500 
10,000 
4,696 
1,375 
1,800 
3,850 

350 



580 Richard 3. Wood - 
■^talH,90lfeet< costll OS per foot; present value estimated at 50 cti. per ibat. 
CCaqstflfikflbuiUinfuid whale fishery will be transmitted hy letter. Thecooper- 
1 iaiat Niroii v« connected witii the whaUne, and make a part of the outfiti. 
PAVIQ CROCKKR 
AM08 OTIB, jr. 



lie [ Doc. No. SOS. ] 

D<icvMttT3.-«o. 31.— ORLEANS AND BASTHAM.— AkAife^JfoM, 



Ill 


if 


iiiji 
rill 


III 




|1 

.e: 

Ir 


a 


> 






h 




0«<Ji»i. 












BUckmuths - 


$350 


»300 


»300 


10 chaldroni coil 140 


\Trgini 


Boats ' 


100 


100 


aoo 


Cedar boards, &c. 380 


Newi 


Ho drpentry 




990 


(see re 


mark) 




Gri«in!lls 


Swnd, 1500 










Bhoemakins 


300 


100 


300 


Leather 1400 


9.10M1 


Tinning, 1S31 


ininul 100 




300 


SO hides, 100 calf, 300 


Hl«M< 






able. 




Bark, oil, &c. 40 


Bark. 


Sheep, (seev. 


nation) 100 


hides 8300 


calf 


JOO. (100. . 




Hous^'ldman 












Salt ■ 


44.379 


Inconsider- 


2000 


Lumber, iwiU, See. for 


Lumb 


C"-™^) 


wind 


able. 




repairs 1153 


Maik. 


Ho, carpentry 


ISO 


430 


(see re 


mark) 


, 


Painting 










Earth: 


Gristmills - 


swnd." roc 






1450 bushi-ls com, 1236 
bushels no (eJtact) 


(Equ. 

cons 


BhoemakioK 


2JC 


25 


ISO 


Luther ■ 80C 


9-lOHi 


Tanning 


IOC 


Inconiider 


200 


40 hides, 40 calf, 144 


Hana 


Alvin Hopen 




able. 




Bark 20, oil, &c. 15 3 


Mune 


Blacksmiths 


12i 


40 


100 


3 cbaldrona coal 5 


Virgt. 


Bhecp.fseeSt. 


te valiut'n 


hides 80 


(340, 


150 calf 575ifla:[lncon9id 


rable. 


Mouseh'ldman 












8»It - 


44.22. 


[neonlider 


2000 


Lumber, nuls, &c . far 


Lm^t 




wind 


ible. 




repaire 119 


W»il-. 



EXPLANATIONS, RE 
Soft Woi* Oiaien. £aj<Aai».— Elkanah Cobb 1815, David Brawn 1000, Obed 
3936, Joahiis Higgin* 5362, Eliiha Hajo 3086, George Collins 1700, Edw'd C. CI 
Oeoi^ Clark 3814, Samuel Uayo S60, Timothj Cole 390S, Thomas Cole 3443 
Knowlet 375, Ruth Smith 820, Hyrick Smitb fiOC^ EUsha Cobb 960, George Setl 
Ttaay Knowles 1030, Samuel Snowies 1800, Robert Knowles 530, hein of Joshm 
3909. Samuel Smith 3752, Ebcn. Paine 1SI4, Joshua Pune 350, WUllam F. Km« 
Ob«d Knowles 487, Jamei H. Knowles 3000, Banubu Freenun 1200, Sain'l FiCM 
Jona. Sheaiman 750, Bama. F. Knowles 348, Nsthan Klnner 308, Sun'l FreemaB, 
Freeman Knowles 3410, Joseph Lincidn 300, Henry Mavo 1874, Wm. Hyrick S 
Bnuth 93«^ Ephraun Hanhng 500, Jodius P. Atwood 2898, Prince 9. Hardhig K 
Knowles 1300, Betsey Knowles, 2d, 790, J. F. Knowles 350, Timothy Smith KUQ 
KKkeraon 3585, Seth Pune 500, E. E. Paine 500, B. Douie 1350, Loel Snow 95 
Doane, 3d, 1000, D. Hignns 3300, O. Snutfa 1S40, 1. Douie 1300, R. Spamnr 101 
Knowlet, of Orleans, 1430, Jona. Bogen 900, and C. Doane, 3d, .500 feet, amc 
88.446 fitct aaltwork measure; cost |ra,446. 

Sail II^AOtMm,a-feaiu.-^ametAtwaad500(eet, EUshaCole500,heinofA 
by 313, Hett* Doane 600, Lewis Uoane 3S39, Beijamin Freeman 7460, John Do 
Isaac Doane 3798, Thomas Eldridge tOOO, Jame* Ingles 1650, Abiwr Freeman ( 
Frcemui 300, Bethiah Freeman 300, Joshua Fnenwn 900, John rmmin 613, Ed« 
nan 300, Jonah Freeman, jun. 1000, Moses himin* 4000, Asn HopUna 1400, El 
Idni 1500, Inac Hopkins 1050, Thomu HiggiDf 993, Samuel Riggins 993, J. f 



[ Doc. No- 308. ] 

htiiip,ec, AMab uMif. JUimu/oduru, HbrktU, fTonbtim, JVega. 



I 

111 

it'. 

m 


ni- 
li 


iHill 


mi 

|! 

111! 


Ml 
Illi 




!dIQwSimiimn42S, 
lUioMirwJD 


CaantTj vork 
» baati, 36 


1790 
760 


MamchiisctlE 


4-3aH.3i 

J.lall,!5 
33atl.l3} 






and 41 


Boot!, «hoM, mdg 


3900 
600 


MUSMlttlS..ttS 


ll-6at.80 
l^aU.lSj 


' 


bndgvao 


sJt 


Stockings, &c. IJOO 
:;.02i'Eiuh*ilt 9210 
ibUbbUgUtub. wlUtOO 


K.Y.,So. Sta. 


76-17 coi 

at tor 


itanUy c 
salt 


6ut .so 
mi.to)ea. 


\ '-. \ 


MlJ* I 


\ 


-; ; 


15. 1 1.25 
l.iall.50 
imUlenS 


l\a toU, i 


nlL iow. 




Shoes, bijoti, &c. 
Leather 


I6S0 

288 


9-lOE.l-lOUc 


7Ji.t.90 
1. jail. 00 




1 .1 .33 




Cuuntr>' work 


450 


Eisthum 


i-Utl.OO 






■ : . - 


EstinatBd nt 
M,332 bin lalt 
SallB, none 


lOSO 
9972 


Munchuiettt 


56.17 con 
»tiof 


Mantly e 

BLlt 


mployed. 



.ADDITIONAL F.VCTS. 

hb Higgiaa 300, Daniti Hi^ns 1450, Eliakini Hig^na 1680, Uiikun HJgfiuu, jr 
liBav Hortm 1075, Leonard Rigpm 1000, Joiia. Higeins 36?, Benja. Hurd, sh, 
ikd 38:3. Solo. Hiird £300, Gould Hurd 383, hein of Eda-anl Jnrvii 3700, Seth 
teSiO, Mcthuiiel Knowlcs 4430, Isaac Knowlei 1500, HcnT>- Kenrick 1150, .\nph 
iM^ wmiMn Xyrick 40O, W. Myiiek, jr. 1600, Jona. Mayo 500, Heman iSayo 500 
■Jbro 1180, J. K, Uayo 1000, tlliBha Muyu IQOO, Natlianicl N'icker^n 1500, D. s! 
1^ jOI^ Seth Mckenon 2000, Prince Itnijcrs 1350, James Roger* 1700, Timothr 
■ ISSO, Am Rogers 45C^ Juilah llogcn 30U, J. I. Ro§ren 1050, A. Ro^n 940, Sear* 
»anS,0. S. Sno«1500,B.S. Snow 500, Zcviah Snov 500, J. Sparrow 300, S. Shear- 
SMLB. Snbury975,L Seibury ISOO, Jcanna Smith 366, Elnathun Snow 5U0, Willlan 

I, Walter* Taylur 500, Jonathan Young 1600, Jona. F. I'uung 915, Jolin Shen^ 
tbam, 170, B. Shearman, of do. 85, Xehemikh Atwood, of Urewster, 500, and 
B^wIm, of Borton, 500, amounting to 88,558 feet; cost 388,558. 
pt carpentcTB in these and moit towns in tliis eoun^, work occasional!]' at the wheel* 
■" --*-' — '■makers', bricklayers', painters', coopen*, and other business. 

n these towns, and is eiteivvcly \uei tat fuel It is also used in Truro, 

m, Brewster, and lonie oilier towns. 

Hit 600 bbli. of clam bah are annually dug in these towns, worth S6 per bbl. ItDuqr 
chf I mIiimHiI that three-fourths of the inhabitant* of the town* in this county, beloir 
■Mb are dspcndent od the fisheries, foreign or cuaatin^ trede, fbrthcir means of sub* 
es. D. CBOCKEH, A. OTIS, jr., CoutUy Cm. 



118 



L Doc. No. 308. ] 

DoonuBT 3.— No. 22.— PHOVINCETOWN — SehJuU of Mmufiitham,^ 



n 
li 


iiii' 


fllli 


!1 


, The different kinds, with 
the quantity and value of 
each kind, ofmaterials used 
per annum, which are pro- 
duced in the United States, 
and of agricultural and 

consumed per annum. 


m 




Value of tools, machi. 
and apparatus, other 
the fixtures: number 
value of horses and c 
aiuiDsIs used inthefauai 


11 
Ill 

m 


ml 


BlackmutUs - 


9200 


fI50 


»200 


7 chal. coal 100 


Virguiia 


Boata - 


500 


150 


JOO 


Cedar boardl, naili, oak, 
paints, &c. 1,053 


NewEngUnd 


Cooperage 




- 




See remark . 


- 


^ouse carpentry 


. 


500 


. 


See remark - 




Pdntiny ^ . 






50 


See remark - 


painter, fl 50 


Qriitnuils 


None - 






See remark. 




T»\U,riag 


CO 


Inconud. 




See remark ■ 




Utaom 








See remark - 




Caulking 








See remsjk . 




Sboemaldng 


>iO 


'300 


1,000 


Leather 2,300 


9-lOthi Han., fc 
MOth N. Y. 


8pem candles - 


3,000 




10,000 


600 fafali. apcrm oil, at 




See note. 








6rict..pr.r.d. 13,757* 
3D0 lbs. potash 19 
50-boies,atiact>. 91 


New Bi^land 


BaUmaking - 


2 lofts, 500 


inconsid. 


2.300 


2S8i bolts cotton duck, 




Wm. liThos-BeU 








4,000 




■Hm. P. Johnson 








Bolt rope, &c. 1,300 
:otlon cloth 100 




Salt (1798) 


73,94r 


Inconsid. 


4,000 


^umber, nails. Inc., for 






Wind 






repai™ 2,835 


Vails, &c.. Mm*. 



EXPLANATIONS, REKAaXIt 
SbU Weth Oumert, Prtnancitaion.— Reuben Collins 200 tt. Freeman AtUni 4000^ Ifr 
lluniel Pune €00, Joih. Paine 900, Stephen Nicketwn 5000, Isaac Sniallej 1000, AlmkM 
SmaUey 3000, Vfm. Dyer 500, Sam'l Boper 2300, Taylor Smaller, jr. 3000, Seth NkkeiHa 
5000,Bob'tS. Hiller, 1200, Jona-Nickerson 8365, Beiu. LaoeeyHX), Eliaha FreemmnSSOU^ 
HuUeU Freeman 3600, Samuel Atwood 600, Nathan Freeman 1800, Joailh KlMWlea 00^ 
Jaac Small 1000, OUver and David Bowly 3500, John Adam 3600, Simeon Conant SOC^ Po^f 
FMeman lODO, Anna EUot 3300, Lewis Nickeraon 1400, Jodi. Nickerson 1300, EliifaBMidc:. 
cnon 1600, Lucy Nicketaon 1000, Thoa. Nicketwn 1900, Joa. Atkina aOOO, Buad AtiUnt 
3000, Setb Nickerton 1000, AUen Nickerson 500, PoUy Nickeraon 1300, Beuben Ooodipnd, 
3500, Elijah Dyer 2000, John Nickeraon and EUridge Nickeraon 550, David N. Cook 600^ 
Jona. Cook, jr. 1000, Richanl F. Smith 1700, Waterman Cn>cker750, Thoa. aaOltjiaaO^ 
Thomas Hillyard ISOO, Joseph Atkins, jr. 2000, Seth Nickeraon 1550, Zacbeui AtkmaSlOOk 
SulonoD Cook 3000, Rlch'd A. Atkins 1350, James T. Cook 1000, Step'nCook 1001^ Nev- 
ccNnb Cook 600, Daniel Small 600, James Dyer 500, David Brown 1600, Solo. Baagi Wi, ', 
Xphtwm C(K>k 3330, Samuel Cook 1800, Stephen Atkini 3000, Hoaea Paine 1000^ CiMtkl ' 
A.Brawn2400, CliarlesParker 3000, LydiaBwiftSOW, ThotnasR. Wborf, 1400, SilaaAU ' 
kini 1700, John Dyer 2200, Stephen and PoUy Kayo 3400, JoKph Havo 100(^ Atkiaa A. ' 
Mayi^ 800^ Joaiah Snow 2,700, John Snow 35,706, Nathan Freeman, jr. 3000^ and — - ' 
Coral 500 fL, amountuif to 147,895 ft, aalt-work measure. Coat at4r,89S. ' ' 

Pritu of mil at PronTteetownm tank vir.aapl 1B12, '13, inrf'14,inee 1805,pa-UA ' 
af tiglu »iuieb.— 1796, 93i, 1807, Hi 1808, 4t( 1B09, 5| 1810, 3ti 1811, 3 6^| 1B15, 5|< ' 
iSl^S 70; 1817, 4i; 1818,4; 1819, S|i 1830, 4i( 1831, 4if 1833, 4ii 1833,4) 1834, 4| \ 
183% 4i 1836, 31; 1837, 3i 183S, 4j 1839, 3t 1830, 3i; 1831) 3j; Apti^ 1833, 4^.— Ib ' 
ISl^ 'IJ, and 'J^ iJie price waa vanoui, genually about |8 perhhd. Time pricei an 
Aon StoiOper cent, more tbu the areiage (lice Qoao^ &e UMXftj . 



C Doc. No- 308. 3 

U^p, tfe, M^iab ueat Mauifiidurti, MmkOt, Workmt». Wagit. 



^ 




11| 


nm 


im 


mt 


^~^ 


^■i 




ii'- 


uln 


,,w. 


m 


••St 


1 




1 




1 un 




::itetl30 4S 


CtMBOj «nd vewcl work 


Provincetown 


J.2 at 1 ai 


None. 








I.ISI 












4.' 
















S4bo>W,««39 3,106 


Provincctowi 


3.Statl3S 


Non<^. 


None. 






Cooixrii^, nuckercl,&c 




4J al 1 2i 












- 


13-I0al35 
Sat 75 

I at 1 00 
1 al 1 75 

1 at 1 5U 


None. 
None. 

None. 
None. 
None. 


None! 

aatSOcti. 
None. 
Non«. 




TJ 


Boots, shoes, anil mend 
ing 4,50U 


Provincctown 


10.7 at 90 


None. 








16,000 lbs. i^rm can. 
did, «t 2i cU. 4,000 

«llon 13,50J 




1 at 1 6( 
Mali 00 


None. 


None. 




Ssjbuidrepurin^ 10,150 


Provincetown 


6-1} at 1 50 


None. 


None. 






44.560 bs. salt 30,681 


Pfoiinoetown 


76^0 


ioS «i 


andtof 







1,000 bbls.G. nit 2,000 


United States 




salts. 



JMUnONAL FACTS. 

vCmMu, Mner»o/jtt>tu/ae(ary.— TtuHnpionb Wiley, Boatmi; Jonathui Hickaw 
■dwctomii Stephen Niclienan, da* Polly Byder, aa.; Joceph Atkins, dot and 
lAoL The above is the amount of bimneas done last year. In preiioui yean^ > 
ha been done. To manu&cture 600 bbli., one man is constantly employed at 940 
i^ taA mnother at less wages for three months in the year. 

r«* M» gMt mills in this town. Heal is purchaaed at Boston for the consiunplion 
fiUmtB, and Tend stores. The soil is a barren sand, for the most patt, covered 
1^ jIsM A few small gardens haiebeen made at mu(J( labor and eipCTue. From 
.§tm faoulie* ohtun a partial supply of vegetables. Seven.eivhth* of the land 
fcw twuudwif s of the town, is unoccupied and waste. The nl&g« is situated on 
ftVMt ibocc of the harbor, and extends fhim southwest to northeast, about two 
e compactly buih than any other town in the county. Most uf the male 
_ _ _>inged in the fisheries. Of 470 poUs, 300 are constantly employed in the 
e or luherics, and one-half of the remaining, 170, are employed several months 



ItaareeDn^in 
Ftade or naherics, 
tfidunff. 



sSi' 



this eoun^, the carpcntera, painters, tailrai, and M 
._,_»_. .,._. -'-- trades "- ''- 

ightoi 



e other ar- 



'nrvaiCMDwn the ensuioK year. 

of ^s town are gcnetuty veiy successfiiL Their voytges last year aver- 

DAVID CBOCKER, ?c__j„c 
AUOS OTIS, JT^ S t-WBUy C, 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Doc 3.- No. 23.— SANDWICH.— ftWufe of Mtnafaaum, BvO^itgi, He, 



11 
li 


fill 




11 


iiii 


m 

iiit 




IIJI 




lit 


iiin 


I'iii 


m 


imhu 


Bo., buiiaing 
Baking, 1810, Pope 


tVJII 


tSM- 


5U0 


Ctd^r. oak, b. Kls. %7VI 


JtlassacbusetU 


300 




100 


300 b:iITcU flour 1,800 


N. York, Ud. 


IcBurbank 




able 




Butter, p. a^h, kc. 70 


MusachuKtta 


Furniture, O. Nye 


200 


50 


75 


Maple, cherry, &c. 100 


New Bnghi^ 


Sandwich cotton 


12,000 


500 


500 


13,000 Iba. cotton 1,625 


JLa.lGeo.np. 


muiuliutor}-. Sun. 


Water 






2 barreb oil 40 


Massachusetts 


Winft ft brothers 








3 -lo starcb 40 


do 


18137 








10 cords pine wood ^0 


do 


Hati 


10(1 










Herrinf- river wool- 


3,000 


Incon»ider- 


400 


800 ll.a. n-ofil, 32, 856 


New E:>g;laiid 


lcnni»nufiu:t.l831. 


Water 


ahU 




i bnrrels oil 26 




J Guild, 1 Wliite, 








10 corda wocKl 30 












2,600 yds. cot. waip 163 
Soap and potash 28 




SordinemachinM, 


400 










in b:ul rcpLur 


Water 










Blackamithing 


l.OSO 


300 


500 


S,500bii».el«rto.l250 
14chs. Ya. coal 182 
iron and rtccl lOB 


Virpnia 
PennayWania. 


PocBwet comb mi- 


650 


375 


500 


Horns 3,000 


Boiton 


nufaotory, Urctt, 












Hrctt, jr., 9ear», 












and Green 












House cnrpentry 


500 


I,SO0 








Sliip do 




130 








Herrine river luil 

manufactory, 1B31 


6.000 


100 


See re 


100 Ids. coal 600 


Sandwich 


Water 




marks 


1 barrel oil 13 


Manachuietts 


Qrirt mills, 1 wind 


Swa.8,6S0 










Shoes U. boots (32 


800 


iro 


1,000 


Leathers thread 4,S00 


i Mas.., IF.. 


men, 17 conatMnL 










andN. Yocfc 


Furmce (sec letter) 












3t(mncriei(6incn, 


100 


InconHder 


1,000 


130 calf skins 80 


UasMchuaetli 


werapng 3) 




able 




350 hides, J3 750 
Oil, he. 400 
Asfa, oak, and pine 500 




Wheelwri^ta 


iSD 


200 


300 


NewEnriuid 
UBiiie,Ua>. 


Salt (see remwka) 


8,200 


Inoonnder 


5O0 


Lumbtr, nails, Bic. 300 


Saddle and liamew 


300 


40 


660 


Leather, he 333 




PalntinK 


300 


30 




Punts &6i],est'd 2,000 


New EngUnd 


3 watch rcpaircn 


200 


Inconiider 


75 


Crystals 25 


Maaachnietti 


Tuloring'^ 


300 


150 








Wood 












Hi<lea 




- 


- 




- 



EXPLANATIONS, REMABKB, 
Uanutactoiy of glaM. (See Hr. Jarris'a (tatemeiit) 

" ■ * ■ - HI manufictoiy does not pay more than three percent, on capital iiiii ilwl 
manu&cture estimated at ^1,000. Pocasset comb manu&ctoiy, the proprietcH 
e giving up the buuness. llerrinj^ river nail manu^tm; has not yet got Into 
full opuktiDiK (1 Ion of iron per week is now cut tor J. J. Pntt h. Co., Warehami} the 
business stated above !* what ii expected to be done. Halt work ownen^ Beigunin BounM, 
Ii000( RnibcD CoUiius 3;300t Peter Stcnn^ S.OOOt J^bez Phinney, 1,000, Bhws fc Swift, 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



M^JfcqUMn^ ibtbti. Workmen, Wiiga. 










1 


i 


nr 


IP" 

ill! 
fill 






40b«»I^att36«l,440 




aatu 


llmenoc 


caiional- 




9 band* biicuit 3,r00 








Ij 




FuCT bread 50 


do 


3 at 1 








Fiirtlkure 4O0 


do 


lat 1 


None 


None 


•**. 


»,OWydi. cotton 


pOTiDerly Pa., 


lit 1 


do 


14 at 331 


«I0 


•hirtinftmtSctj. 
pcrywtl 4,000 


nowMM». 










Hu> SOO 










«r.' 37 


l,2Myd.^, utinct 750 




ajati 


lat 30 


latM 


7.01E 


Satinet, fulling, 


People in vi- 








id*i&MS 


fcc for ciutomcn 800 


cinity 










CMding wool SOO 


do 








•- >« 


Country work 4,200 




rat 1 


10 occas' 


.nally 


- ■ 


Fuicj and lidc 
«omb« S.OOO 


i Ma«.fN. 
York 


eat 1 


None 


None 








0atl25 


Wholenii 


mbcrW 








rat 1,331 






CItaWK 


3O0 nett tonj naih 
avoilcd 


Masswhosctts 


»at 93 


1 men at 


present 


Mk 


Boot* Wid shoes 9,000 


do 


Tat 8i 


Nona 


YSTi 




Leithep 1.700 


do 


at 1 


do 


Nou 




OuU, kc, rcp'g 1,700 
n(»kMJt,2S»JtJ7Q0 


do 
do 


at 1 , 
ofun'l 


Ut75 

or sales 


do 


an 




do 


i«tl 


lat 38 


do 


li'«Mm 


PiittSBt, ertim'd 3.000 


do 


.tl.3S 


None 


do 


mr*^" 


Jto«xi„g 3J0 


do 


at 1 


do 


do 




CloHuiu; 

6,700 dj.,i pine 22,600 


do 
Princp'yR.1, 


al I 
fan. and 


do 
Boston 


2 av., r 

[at 50 


Z UoO hide., 400 calf 1,600 











RIUIAL FACTS. 

I fchiiiil. S,rOOi B. Sean, 500i Witiilow Hall, 1,000( Bamabu Hohrajr, 3,000i 

W^^ S.DOOt amoonting to 20,500 feet salt-work meaaure, coA SO cents; pre- 

ID c^nper finL Hie aasessora returned only 1C,26G feet, a part having been 

Ui «A>r n«pei^. 

■rir UoM Baino* 665, at|l 50 per head; quarter do. do., 665, at (1 25 per 

m. U30k St #1 per head. Average fleece ZJ Ihi , worth W cents. 

AH09 OTIS, Jr. 
16 DATm CBOCUB. 



18S C ^^- ^0' SOS- ] 

Domnnn S.-^o. 3«.— BANDWICH.— AiUduJe q^ Ma 



II 
If 



til" 

A 



M»nufact*ring flint 
elasa w&re, begun 
Ul 1835. Capital, 
1 180,000. Joint 
stock Co., under 
the title of Boston 
& Suidwicb 
Compui;. Loca- 
ted in SaJldwich, 
county afBiiTiita- 
ble. Stale o"" 
adiiLKtti. 



tin: 



mil 



(76,000 for 
:ut'ggUB!i, 
steam pow- 



III 






338,O001b9.leut, 

e centi, )»o,sao 

238,000 lbs. pcarl- 

- 13,500 






4,500 



'ghay S 



3,000 cords wood 9,000 

pack'gf 

10,000 bush, corn 4,000 

1,000 bbls. flour 5,000 

100 to 



rOjOOO staves - 
10,000 hoops - 
' *" ' Jnahardcoi] 1 



EXPLANATIONS, 1 

The above ttatement embnces all the ptnnti connected with our manu&ctoi^ 
included flout and com (as that amount we sell at the factoiy,} from tcskI* v 
employ. About one-half the com is coniumed bj the ozeni but flour, and Ifa 
the com, is m^ to the bmilies. Thdr actual consumption ii much larger, ai 
hundred souls are supported by employment in the factoryt to which may be i 
pork, flah, as consumed by the f«Tnilii-« employed. 

The present rate of duty but barely protects us, as the Engliih Goremment fp 
of 3J cent* per pound on glan e^>ottedi and thii bounty ii derived &om no cb 
import du^ on the glaaa, or matenali employed in making (^■M) but in all m 



[ Doc. No. SOS. ] 



IIS 



li- 
ft' 

a 




'llli 

11 


m 
m 
fill 




lit 

it! 


Kdantibotr 


210,000 dolls, plain glass. 


About 110,000 


laOiiver. 


iGj JOcti. 


5; J130 




groa sm'ti from wlach. 






pod.; 




■ktamn 


eufn States, 


?156pp 






-;-j*»* 




35,000 dolls. 


day. 




%m.^ 






mid'le States, 












15.000 dolls. 








Mffa^ud^ 




MHith. States, 


paid to 










45.000 dolls. 


manufac. 










wot. Statei, 


piff lead 










50,000 doll*. 








tac 




foreign coun- 
tnei,— Soulh 
Amer., West 
Indies, Esit 


oxyde; 
15,000 
per ann. 
pud for 
freightof 










Indies. 












glisa tt 



















anONAL FACTS. 



nuch let* when exported. The ictuh i^ 
D of over 16 per ceoL *d vtloran to protect us uiinit fbreign 
. ^_ I: m reibiction of the present dutj would compel us to relinquish one- 
b of the preteat extent of our works, and became jobber* or retkilcn of 



BeapectliiUy, your obedient ■errant. 



DEMING JABVES, 
md SamkiUh 0km Cbmpony. 



[ Dm. No. 90«i ] 

DocpMMT 3— Ko. as.— WELLFLEET AND TftllHQ— JiJafufc o/ M 



i'l 

1 


tpll 


Hill 

m 


Ill 


aiiy 111 


m 

lit 


W<LLrL.(T. 












BUctaBnith« 


•100 


»so 


ISO 


4 ehaldroni colJ f60 


Vir 


HouM carpenby - 


300 


roo 






. 


Cwperafe 


roo 


30 


soo 


6 U. hoona 84 
10 .000 staves 70 
Heading 18 


NewEi«to 
Southern to 
NewE«gtal 


Sdlmaking 


300 


uicoiuidem. 


500 


Boll fopc.t wine, !ic, 600 


dT^ 


Painting - 
Griit milk 


so 
900 


50 
inconaldera. 


Shipoi. 
None 


980 com and rve 


H^ 


Shoes and boon • 


300 


20 


400 


Leather 730 


M^J 


Tanning, (Elisha 


300 


65 


300 


Oil, hark. Sic- 50 










70 hides, 100 skins 227 


Tailoring - 


50 










Salt 1797, See re- 


17,760 


Do 


1,000 


Lumber, nails, &c , for 




mark 








repairs 559 


N'ails, ^ia«, 


Sheep, native.lOOl 


.1|1,$1001 


3ilbl.e»ch 


atSOce 


ntspcrlb. 1,251 


WeUfleet 


Hide^30atJ3 00 


160, 100 calf 


»e0.NoBai 


Wood 


and timber insuftieien 


forthempp] 


TaoBO. 












BLLcksoiiths 


2O0 


GO 


100 


3 chaldrons coal 48 


Vir 


Grist mLlb 


a wind, 2 
water 2,S00 




None 


3190 busbcLi com 
730 do rye 


I Ttura 


House carpen'O' 


750 


910 








Shoei - 


150 


rs 


100 


Leather 450 




Tailoring - 
























Sah, IBOl 


33,825 


inconsiden. 


2,000 


Liunbcr, niilB, &c., for 
r-Ti>r- 908 




Hides,80,att2 00 


M60, eO ea 


IfakinsfW. 


WM..ii ■■■. . .- ...r;, ;,.„,. Ho 


flax. 


Sheep, all native 


SlptThwJ 


:!ilbg.al50.r. - ,■„,;,, 





EXPLANATIONS, KEMAHKS, AND ADDITIONAL PACTS. 
Shft nWc Oumtn, TVoro— Eben Alkint T50 feet, Edward Armstrong 1200, II 
3d, 1000, John Groiier 1000, Jason Avres 2500, Rebecca Nre 1500, Jonah SteNM II 
Michael Hopkins 2500, Rebecca Snow 1600, Doane Rich 16S0, Lewis Lomhani, 2d, ' 
Jesse Snow 2000, Michael Snow 1600, Joshua Small 600, John Pctterson 900, I— jfTi 1 
bard 1700, Eplir^lni U. Rich & Co., 2500, Lewis Lombanl 900, Jolui Kinney 1500, Sbn 
Snow 1300, Uavid Smith 2O00, David Lombard 1300, Elisha Paine 500, Levi Stereni 1 
Jonathan Whorf 1000, Isaac S. Gross 1100, Hincks Gross 1000, John Pike 1350, R. a. 
kinillO'J,Frcem.-ui Atkins 1100, Joseph Collins 900, Samuel Rider 1700, Solooion I 
1100, BenjauunDvcr 1000, Allen Hinckley 3500, John Smith 1000, ZaethSmi(h700 Ilk 
Collins 2500, E. Baker & Co. 5,000 Benjamin Hinckley, Jr., and heirs ofBematAtD Hi 
ley 3000, Peres Bangi 600, Elisha Newcomb 500, Nehemi^Ji Rich 1000, JoKph Wharf 
William P. Snow'500, Samuel Smith 300, amounting to 66,450 feet salt-work meaiui^ 
at tl per foot, (66,450, present value as above atati-d. 

House carpenters, painters, andtailurs, arc ^nerally furnished with material* by theil 
ployers. Two wharfs, 1 schoolhouse, iO dwellmg houses, scveralstores, andal>out7,000 
_ ofult works, are building or to be builttheensuingseason, which will ^re more than suffii 
' employ to the oechanica of WellfleeL Soli Work Ounen.— Jesse Holbrook 1000 feet 
■rod aeuuT^ TIumdh Hdbrook 1400, Amuiah Atwood 1000, Hieth Pytr SOO, Ja 



[ Doc. No. 30E. ] ia» 






4s: 
111 



silt 

Llll 



S*^J 



'hi 



iM faicf SiUiindrcpur'g' 4,300 



10,656 biisli. silt at «J 
M,662. No epa, or gli'r 
Bousehold ■iiamif.3,502 



per bush. 






Boots, shoes, &c. I.ISO 



3-1 

3 qts. 

33 at 

75 
3-2 J iLt 67 



pr. bs.ttdl 



Maasaehusclta *7-I3 



Stone 3000, Leri Newcomb iOO, Anttioi^ Holbrook 1000, Haiy Dyer 300, 
» 3X^ JiMcph Holbrook 1350, Benjimm R. WMierel 500, Hosei UiU 1030, 
Mm^ Cornelitu, and Benjunin Hunblea 5500, EUiha Wiley 1800, Samuel Snutli 
miai^m 1400, Preemui Bacon 1000, Mosei Hinckley 1000, Oliver Lombard 
Im sTcole 540, Benjunm Arey 560, Solomon Atct 560, Reuben Arcy 3160, Reu- 
,fe>. 1080, Geor^ Ward 1100, Whitfield Witherel, John Witherel, jr , and Isau: 
MO, Edward Knowlcj SOO, Naphthali Rich 1300, and Heniy Baker 1000. There 
iwifiiliiiinii ccrpontiani in thi» town, or on Billingsgate Islaad. The Salt Manu- 
CaanwiV, laconwirated June 14, IS31, never went into operation. Hauachusetta 
kk Tbe Wdlneet Woollen and Cotton Uanafacturinr Company ia dinoWed, and 
aot lettn dHt it wa« erer organized. WeUOat and 2Vm Soil Warht. —It ia et- 
, Ibne tovw^ that the coit for repairs and depreciation amounts, in twenty yean, 
MldWtbeMigiMlcoM, viz. ft per TociL This is about thirty-five on the grosi 
W Hits OHnnfiutured at the avvrafc prices for the last tcnycara. The worki 
bAt tfteBded by their owners. When put out, one-fourth of the wit is given for 
AM Jfilb. — Thi«c quarts per bushel is taken for toll, of which the milleri receiTe 
Al Mtt Wltof the meal consumed in tbeae towns, ia purchased in BoitOn. fiKMt.— 
■As ttxam ihoes worn Id Tnira^ Mud Bve-iiitbM ofthoae ia WeU&tft, >n lUdtB 
mnc DAVID CBOCKOt, AMOS OTIfl, Jr. 

MV A«n4 JE»,. Count) CommiSat. 



188 C Boc. No. 308. ] 

DooDMnrr 3.-«o^ 36.— WEST STOCEBRIDGE, BERKSHIBE CO.—SduA 



H 


IPI 

Si S 

nil 




S'3 

If 




pi 


1- 


jii 


111 




ill 

^50 Q. 


Two Tanneries - 


SI ,300 






375 hides 961 


Maasacln 


No. 1. Steward. 








300 caJf skins 240 
Oil and blacking 30 
4S cords bark 146 
4S bush, lime 13 85 


Do 
New To 
Una. 

Do 


One Cabinetmaker 


430 


100 


30( 


Lumber 500 




Four Shoemakera 


400 


50 


400 


2,000 lbs. sole lea. 50O 
100 calf skins 235 
75 adcs up. lea. 300 


Do 

Do 



Fimnin, Jpril 17, lt33. 



DoccnsT 3.- 


-No. Sr^yrTLUA.KSTOWS.~Sc/udule of ibnu/bet 


One Cotton ftctoiy 


94,000 


13,000 


F3,000 


25,000 lbs. cotton 


•3,130 


Alabama 


Wa]Ie7&Co.lS36. 








150 gallons cnl 


135 
100 


Do 


1 Clothier*! work* 


1,400 


1,000 




ibamlssoap 


If 




S. Butler. 














Two Tanneiie« - 


4.000 


400 


6,00( 


400 hides 
1.300 dt akint 
1,300 ahecp ikint 
300 cordi bark 
75 cords wood 
135 bua. lime 


1.400 
1,300 
150 
350 
113 
^3 


Um. 


8«ddle>iidH>me> 


200 


notvdued 


3U( 


Leather 




MM. 
















Two Shoemakers- 


150 


not rained 


50 


Leather 


8O0 


Ha* 



PiTttFiiu, ^ril 17, 1S3S. 



EXPLANATIONS, BEMAI 

RefcKDCc to the return <J Adanu forthe get 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 

ae.,MdtriakwKd, Umajmiuru, MsrkOM, Wbrkmm, V 



vi 
I 

in 



m 

■f=s 



\^\ ■ K ■ 

3 1 fill 






SI 



5«3 



PI 
ifll 

lib 



5it75ct. !it2Jct 



C*bin«t work 
UO pun boots 3,000 
1,400 pun ihoei 3,100 



JONA. ALLEN. 



100,000 yds iturtln^ 8,000 



}tt nM t,000 ruds Suinel, 

•*>l|MHl» dresMMl 4. 



■It lb 

Sari 

•** 3,300 



!,400 ode* wle !«»■ 
titer, or 36,000 l!M.r,S»a 
1,300 ulf ikiM 3,400 
1,300 iheep ikini 300 



tS tcti bunen 

lOMddlM 

Trunki utd ie\im 
500 pain ^oei 
400 piin boots 



Sat 50 
3.t»l. 



LDDmONAL FACTS. 



JONA. ALLEN. 



Its C Doc. No. 308. ] 

DKinom S—No. 3a— SHEFFIELD, Jtumranntit CO^Srkiduh^ Mmu/atimm, 



h 

III 


m 

lull 


Pl 

liill 


i 

ii- 


1:111 
iiillni 

111 fill 


lit 

1 


TwoTinneriea - 


<«,0(» 


8300 


ti.m 


tSO hides (l.srs 


Has. 


KcU<^, No. I - 




2 horses. 




rs cords bark 3W 


Do 






value 110 




45 bushels time 14.88 
OUandbliickinK 65 
}50c3lfBkiiu 280 


Do 
New YM-k 


1 Ciblnet-maker 


500 


100 


300 


Lumber, Stc. &c. SOO 
lOgallanioil 10 


Do 


3 CloUiiera' works 


8,000 


2.000 


5O0 


2,800 yds. flknncl 1.176 
resyles, Miap, &c. 30 


Do 
Do 


4 Shoenukers - 


- 






- 


- 



PiTTiTiiLii, Aprit 17, 1833. 



3, No. 39.— SANDISPIELD, BERKSHIRE CO.— SAe.*ik i^ 



STwineriea 


4,900 


160 


16,500 


400 calf tkina 400 
130 buiheli lime 33 
600 cords bark 13O0 
135 do wood 330 
9 bbU. oU 163 


Uut, 

Do 

Do 

Do 

New TO* 


4Bhoeinaken . 


2J0 


Not valued 


None 


Leather 
Liuing:striiiiiQingi,&e. - 


Mm*. 

Do 



Fimnuj), April 17, ] 



[ Doc No. 308. 2 

wttit MmuftOurtM, MtittU, fTorkmui, fVagm. 



{'I 

M 

m 






Hill 

P I cl 1 









pi* 



'ft 

I I'll 

ft'l 
Lit 



31 1^ VMtnA 33 Cabinet work 

l,1«il»k>rv(»d 34 1,81(0 ydi. cloth 3,600 
U«Dta.lintie 30 
mibLyianpu 18 
IUdcr,ilum,kc3J 



lepwt vitbcv remuki. 



JONATHAN AIXEN. 



im^ IhiU^jt. He, i&tarial» nmd, Manufiduret, Bbrkeb, Jfcrltmen, W^go. 



SOOpair boob 



D manuftcturinK eit»bliihiDent« vhUcver, kt wjr nto, none worth meiitioiuii(^ 

1 without renarki. 

JONATHAN AIXEN. 



130 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DooraiBT 3 Na. 30.-4BCKET, WABElroOTOir. OTIS, BCBKBHISB COUIT 



1! 

lii 


llHl 

iii 


HI 


111 


The different kinda, with 
the quantity and value of 
each kind of material* uued 
per annum, which ace pro- 
duced in the United States, 
and of agricultural & other 
domestic productioni con- 
sumed per annum. 


m 

--1 

s 


Becket. 












1 tannery 
Dand McElvaine 


B600 


Not valua- 
ble. 


350 


Hidd & ikinii tSM 
20 cords bark 35 
10 bushels lime 3 
Oil and blacking 14 


Haslachur 

Manachu 
New Vori 


Iturmnfffcctoq- 


300 


350 


300 


Lumber 6O0 


Haanchu 


8 dothien* work! 


1,400 


l.MO 


100 




- 


WMhmgton. 












1 clothicr-i work. 


500 


ISO 


100 


- 




Otis. 












1 clolhiera' T.orki 


1,300 


1,000 


150 


. 




1 tannery 


1,000 


10 


2,000 


50 corks bark 100 
20 cords wood SI 
to bushel* lime 10 
S barrelB ml 86 


UMMchu 

HaMftchu 

IfaMLChu 

Kew Yop 


2 tuTBinff&ctoricB 2,000 


350 


SOO 


LumbeT 1 ,000 


Ha>»chu 



Fimmu, J^ IT, I8S3. 



[ Doc. No. 388. ] 131 

*t^li / III Iii ,l> i| -Wr i« . , »!., JU«U Hal; Jln^iaMia, JteUi, ITirt. 









HUi 

■UH. 



!■■'■ 
if! 

till 



fill 



i!l 



l,tOO Ibi. wk iMth- 

cr 1364 

KM Bda upper leatb- 



aOOi stN«wTork.k 



10 1,500 ydi. cOoth • 

«d 1,500 

U,0001bi.leatlier, 

4.S80 



Ctuur ituK ^000 N«w York 



latlt 

Smttl 



3 UH 



WiflMNit temub. 

JONATHAN AIJ.EN. 



ISS 



[Doc. No. 308. ] 

DMmnvrS.— No. 31— ITITSroXD.- Wwfa i r if Jfaw»<hi* 






VtV- 
\ui\ 



CHri«g« ftcto- 
17, J. Cl«{>p 



Cabinet ware- 
Bum & Gird- 



ktfiiftonr, 
C. B. FUtt 






fill* 

9 3 ;; 5:5 



f^ 



pi 



Hills I 



=11 
III! 



ilii 



1 13 Hill 



20.000 lbs wool J10.000 
26,000 yds cot. wirp 1,0*0 
Olber ntfteriala produ- 
eodintheU, 3. 1,000 



9S0 hides 
1050 calfskiiui 
ti bog Ekini 
770 corda bark 
235 corda wood 
300 bbh lime 
1000 lbs uUow 



Broukloth 
L«c« Knrl trioiiwii 
gall linaeed o. 
Lumber 

Sheet irou 

Wire 

Copper 



950 IbB glue 
3 bbia turpentine 
Looking glua pUte» 
Other matemli 

400 lbs liir 
1500 Ibi wool 
260 lb* verdigria 



Hamenl either 1,799 

Other leather and akins 70 
Tiimmingi 



rsOO lbs sole leather 1,650 

S34 calf iklns 

5 dozen leul skiiu 

30 dozen linitigakini 

S7J udea upper leather 836 



ill 
III- 



N. T. and I 

HMBChoMt 

New To* 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



1S3 



1:1 

Hi 
111 

Hi 






ISO btaa tia 1500 



StDBkyvood 
400 A* coppenu 
UdoKHKiioceo 



SSI 

. Ss3b 



ibinet work, sofu, 
chain, Ubla, &c. 

4,»0 



USMtitunieu 4,650 

Saddlet&brkUesl.irs 

Ualtera 

ISOtninlcB 









MuKuhuietts 



!|-3 






1^1 
ft. 

il 
lis 



nt .75 3»t .31 



IS4 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



Dscranr 3^-No. 31.- 



II 

II 

1'^ 


ilif 
A 

inn 
ihil 


Pill 

|iifi 


§■3 

II 

m 
ill 


The different kinds, with the 
quanlity and value of csch 
kind, of materials used per 
annum, which arc produc- 
ed in the United States and 
of agricultural and olherdo- 
mestic productions consum- 
ed per annum. 


Ijt 

till 


stock factoTT 


Rent 


Not Tslued 


#3000 


100 lbs brirtles 1150 
lOOdol. binduiKiUn* 350 
100 groce buckle. 7S 


New York 










New York 










10 lbs sewing mik 6C 


do 










50 dozen thread 37 


do 


2 clothicra' 


900 


4S0 




9 bbis soap 36 




work* 








Other dye stuffs 30 




3 woollen fac- 


|QO,000 


75,000 


140000 


JIO.OOO Ifas wool 110,000 




tories, 








r.SOOIba cotton warp 2.881 




No. 1, Shaw S 








Pot and pearl ash 2« 




Campbell, 








1,300 lbs woad 68C 




ims 








3, 500 ,1b s alum, copper- 












aa, vitriol, Stc. 475 




roy; 








3,600 lbs glue 411 




3, J. Steams & 








2,i00 gallons oil 2,03t 




brothcra. 








20,500 lbs hiuijBOap 2,460 
320 bt>l< son soap 960 
SOO bbls aeg 450 
2,000,000 teazles 3,000 
Wrapping pper 150 
Lime and bnn GO 
2000 cords wood 400 
Sundry domestic art. 2,500 
Charcoal, 1000 bushels 50 





I,einuel Pomeroy, armory, Flttifield, Han., 2200mtHketa manu&ctared at |13 n. f36|40l)| 
35 tons American iron, at tl40per ton, |3,500| 75 toiu Lehigh and Virginia cmI, #—( 



ANSWERS TO QUXB- 
13. From 17 to 20 per cent. 14. No one of the manu&cturen are willnif t» Kknow- 
ledfe their eu>ital borrowed, ;ct many of them ny they tre in debt 15. OpentiKi wotk 
IShounper dayand ISmontka peryev. 16. A^t4eultura] labor per day, in summer, TS ctti 
and per month, for the year, 010. 17. No definite answer ha* been given to this byangk 
manufacturer: they have generally declined, or said, ' we make little or nothing.' IB. Al- 
together uncertain. 19. There has been no regular increaae or dccreaie in the price ef 
manufactured articlea, but fluctuation conitant, arising tmai various canaea, u cxcewre lih 
pocfitions, ^ut, fcc, 20and31. NoeertunBnnrereanbepTen,butth*ttheiBMniftietaMaf 
wool, cotton, and paper, has increased tctt moch the lait two, and neMly dooUed the Int 
thtreyean. 32. The anmver toUiia question must be from a computttionof wbiMWeai^ 
ceaaary for number of hands employed. 23. ItwiUbeieeit, from tbe return* ottbia ttKOlf, 
tbrnt household manafacturei are very limited. It a believed tbey bkve dimiinitwd dnM 
1834 More th*n 75 per cent. 34. Unknown. iS. Few, if any, coOaoai all woaUena ud 
Mmepapmrt die extent unknown. 36. Cuinot be aaccrtained, but luut be Tcrjr veil. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



Wmtai^—Cnttiimtd. 



hi 

lit 


llf 
I'sl 
4K 

|1S1 


li Sj H a 

iiiili 


ill*! 

pi! 


III 

III: 

ffil 


its. 

ir- 




SOSOdoien stocks 










M300 


118.730 


Jtbu. JN.V. 


3>t|l 




so at .50 


am rdt Lenntine 












dk" 1000 












m jd. siiid> 300 












MtydicMsbric 660 














SeOOydi of nw flannel 




I hands. 






6p, funic vitriol. 


dresiedintoieOOjdi 




75 cu. 






udMlieradds 75 


of cloth, Bt)l, l.BOO 
1800yd.offlu.nel, 
at .50, 900 










nWISiicHfipj 10,000 


76,000 ydi broad- 










cloth 228.000 


i NY,, i Pa. 


113 at .98 


il at .4" 


95 at .«S 


ITWIbtln^oodb 


57,000 ydintinct 


■nd Ms. 








o-Jwdieibiffi 1950 


34,700 










Dnph Oia.-, it. 150 












^WOfilbniofiTc 












til 18S0 













mm rtoH is to 39. 

V. ttakBnwTL 38. Principally vended in New Yoil;. 39. Kone. 30. Woollen* , cotton , 
■1 ■upermoiUr aold in New YoA, onu or from w to ei^t montlia' credit. 31. Itia 
M (hwb to (M namifaetiiTen in what bunneai they could employ their capital, much \tm 

■fcilMllliiji I iiiilil II llii liiiililiin,! in which a very conaKlerahle portion of their cr- 

fWkiBmtedi** * 



■ iBTe^edi if they wen compcDed to abandon their preaeot buaneni but it 

"* be a *«nr grat depRc' ** '- •■- — ' ' ---' --' — — -■ 

,_ „ .ut ii^ne^ato vidinty of 

klMnd in the eonntr, except mg iron, and no competitioB. 
H. If the du^ on Ml imported artidea was reduced to ISJ per cent, ad nlotcn. the wooU 
hI^ eMlMi, and pftpcr iMinuAetuTerB would all ful. 35.Iaipaaibletodetennine. 36. Th« 
^UMi&ctaren eaj none. 37. it it the ^nioii of Mine, only by an appr^jal on aacertaiaed 
•abeflrtbewvlcaMtlMpeitirf enby. 3Biiid39. No direct or utia&ctoiy aniwer ha« 

- JONATHAN ALUM. 



136 [ Doc No. 308. ] 

Docinmrr 3.— Ho. 33.— STOCKBRIDGE, BERKSHIRE CO.— Bdu^ik of A 



1 


mi 
HB'l 


nil 

m 


§"5 


f;li||i 


¥ 


li^ 




ill 




ml 


FUnnel ftctory, - 


Jl,300 


9900 


12,000 


20,0001b,. wool 11,000 


Mass. 


J. Stilbiun. 








40,000 teaslea 60 
35 baireh soap 93 
1,000 gallons oU 1.000 
70 cords wood 140 


do 
do 
NewToA 
do 


Cotton fiwlory, - 


30,000 


4*,000 


aO ,0001270,000 lb., cotton 33,40(^ 


NewYoA 


Lester Averr & 








Siiing flOO 


do 


Co. 18S9. 








1,050 pxllons oil 1.050 
250 cords wood 500 
Coal 150 
Leather, pickers, 
shuttles, &c. 1,000 


do 
Hut. 

do 


Cbur&cto?, . 


1,000 




4,000 


12,000 lbs. cane 1,020 


Newroit 


Daniel Choichill 








chair stuff 500 


Han. 


fcCo. 








100 gals, linseed oil 100 
,2,000b'k»goldlcaf 800 
Gold bronze 200 
aoOgftls. .p. turp. 60 


NewYol* 
do 
do 
do 


Two laoneriei, ■ 


3,000 


300 


3,000 


SOOIudes 800 
300 oOr skins 200 
60 cords biu-k 180 
10 cords wood IS 
100 lbs. tallow 10 


llMft 

do 
do 
do 
do 


Two halters. 


«0 


Nolval. 


100 


100 lbs. wool SO 
40 lbs. fui- 160 


do ' 




500 


Notval. 


250 


i,000 lbs. sole lea. 1,000 
Upper lea. calfskin 1,100 


UlM. 

do 




■00 


- 






- 


Clothins' works, - 


1,000 


350 




,000 y»rds flumel 640 


Hmi. 


Woodwff&Web. 


1 


TeailMandsottD 15' 




In connezian with this, thej- convert 35,000 lbs. cotton waste, wnrtb « 



AN8WER& TO VtHSA- 

13. The Aven^ aiuwer b 30 per cent. 14. No one of the manufiutorers we w3Sbc to 

aoknowledge their btiAiten to be carried on with boRowcd cifiital) jet mu» of tfacB Nf. 

they ire in debt. 15. Operttors work IS Itouri per di^, and twdve month* in An JMfc 

16. Agricultural labor per daj, in aunmer seaaon,?! centti and per nion^ IbrjM^ UDl 

17. No definite answer baa been gJTcn to thia by a dnrle maaafactuiert ttuj- ffaumj &- 
oGMd giring anj answer at all, or ud, "we make litUe ornothing." 18. AitMttActMt 
eert^ and unknown. IB, Titere baa been no regukr bcreaae or deereiae in & friw 4 
«t>Y ..rt,!— limiiifajinrf^^ but "nrlnnT flnrtiintinn, fnrinrtinTirimnri>inr^ ai iim ■isii hi* ' 
pwtaliaBi, ^ut, fcc. 30 and 31. Ho cettrin antwercan be given, but that flte ma iuifc c Ui * 
of wooltpaperandcoUoiwbasiDercaMd very nuieh the twojlai^and nearlj doubled the iMt 
ttreefMm. 39. Hie anawcr to thia queftion muit be from a eomputatioii of aAMatiaM 
MMMarr lev the number of haoda empK^yed 33. It will be teeobj tlieTelun»franttab 
ODBitr Bat bouaduild nanoftctinct are verr Umited. It it behered that Ibn tara A- 

wfilili 4 ItwcH*!, man than «^ per ewrt. S4. CDkirawn. 35. Tew. If mf, bhW^i 



[ Doe. No. 3M. ] MT 









ikit 
If ft 

anil 



m 



m 



ad 



I'll 



II R 



r(^00l>;di.fluinell9,6 



SOO^OOO jdt. iheet- 

11^,4-4 «^000 

64,000 Ibi. ytn, 
So. 33 35,600 



SOwomen 
M 42 cts. 

J3cU. 



.Mkbd X 14,000 cbuts ir.SOO 



»ia,00OIbi.Mlele>.%M0 



1,500 pun ihoa 3,350 
1,000 pun boolB 4,000 

30 kU turnen 
Biidlea, &c.- tbL 
l^kc 30 3,000 jwl* cloth 3,000 



1. eottan batting, wonh lO cent* per tb. 



■§■• w«^ ba aT«f gntf d«pi*cktiim in th« niM of real CiUte, eqwdalb n 
|lB*eiB^diitB Tiduty of bctoriet. 33. It iriO be Ken dut Toy little n« 
■■Ah Aacoun^, except pi» iron, ud no cooipctition. 33. Altogether pn>- 
S^VlhaAi^ OB ill imported •rticlea were reducad to nj nrr rfnt admlmtm, 

. . . _ ._^ »oiild«U&U. 35, ImpoMible to detmidne. SL 

« ppinion of lorof, only by amitktl ta ncar^ntd 
38 and 3^. No £nct WMMelSCT Hwn* tea 
JOIUnUMAUJM. 



urn I Dot. N6. 808. ] 

Doe. 3.-ff«. 31.— MEW lULBOIMUeS AND TmSaOMlL—SAtAik ^ 



1 


Iflf 

flh 

i 

Itdl 


fi!l| 


§■5 

II 
Mi 

3^E 


iyiill 


I 


irorge 


82,500 




II.jOO 


15 lon» ofe PS 
60 do. pig &scr»p iron 3,100 
30,000 bus. charcoal 1,000 


SaUil 


Ibnu foundry 






iOO 


Copper, bik. tin, zinc, 
round iron, !t coil, to 
the value of 1,300 




ItwuMTy 


1,500 


• 


1,000 


Hides and ikiu 500 
to cords blrk ISO 




4 clothion- 


400 


SCO 


Sone 


1,000 yanUBuinel 3,3GC 
















Ssboenmken 


150 


NotTiItted 


KatTii 


Leather 




Ty.ii.ghun. 
















do 




250 hides B2S 
SO calf wid other skina « 
50 cordi bark 100 




2 ihoc nukcre 


IJO 


do 




Leather 





Prmmu>) -^"^ l^''^ ^B33. 



>. Si.— TOWN OF CHEiHIRE. 



1 cotton factV, 
B-Jenk^ieil 


#5,000 


15,000 


11,200 


13,0001b*. cotton 










UbarreUaour 


B4- A 










100 co.di wood 












lOOnllomoU 
IWhidea 


« New 




SOO 


Notnbi- 


«X 


951 Ibm 










HWolfaUni 
Ucoidabark 
30 buiheli linte 


4M « 

tO( d 

5 d 



bxplahahomh, h 

T'WyUU; 4pri(ir, IBSa. Ur. JeBk%aeMthiiimra&ctaMrliidMdio««« 
b wnnr hi qiwrilco No. 13, we»ndtc«i lie., from l? toSOpvoMt. Aad» 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



W 





Ijl 




IP 


m 

fir 


flrl 


dto 

«t.UD 
b JOO 


10 urn. hun-d iron »4.400 

Vanmkiitd. biu. 
«^ k dc^ bell^ 
tolberihieor 3,500 

Upper wd »le Ic 
Aer, to vJuc 1,050 
1,000 rdLclothdr.'d 8,000 

G00pur.hoe> 750 
KW boot. 600 

r,5001UK>.&up.le.. 1,650 
maOfh other Oin. 100 

"00 pur .hoc 875 
too boot. 1,050 


Uu.. 

NewTork 

i»ta.. JCt 
Hu.. 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 

do 


S«t 75 

'sjiit 75 
5»t 50 
3.1 7S 

l.t 1 

3.t 1 







JOMATHAM tifliKlfi 



Bdfc, Jhwifc MM^ MMufaeturti, Jirfafc, »VAmm, iri«et. 



r-S 



lOOMdaMlelMther 400 
m do. upper do. 600 



SitSSe. nu«ic 



Hntfthi 



t lliqr hwe been Toy uinlanai 



i rebr Tou to tiw rMon of 
nHTA. ALUnt. 



i«t 



I Ddc No. 308. ] 



DocmHiT ii^^U. 3S:— nCHHOND, BEBEaHIHB COUttTY^SeMuti 



5' 
111 



!llf 
fflli 



tttU 

I sill 



111 









lyillii 



1 fiirntce 
PeUj&Guei, 
1S31 



3 illoeiiukera 



3,'DOO ton* iron ore, ^,000 
175,000 b. cod, 8,750 

eOhidia, 

iO cords bark, 

100 cftlf akina, 

10 bli. lime, : 

OilandbUcking, 

Sole lealher. 

Upper leather (c cftlf 'a, 



Fmmuii, .fyril IT, 1831 



- ItoODKBR 3— No. 36.— TOWN OF LEXOX, BERKBHIRB CODNTT,- 



1 wooUeD &c 










"^^ 


torr 


SMoo 


•3,300 


Noth 


)pention at Ihe pr«Mnt tunc 




Wdker Kid 












WoitlungUD 












le«binetnuk-r 






«I0( 


Lumber, 9300 


IbH 


llbnue - 




NOM 


3.001 


a,7<Wtoni ore iiww 8,100 




J.„C. Tbm- 








150,000 budu coil, r.SOO 
















ino. 












HmfiuUxr - 








ISO bom tin. 1,330 


New 


O^Pock. 








£h»^irD>i,eopper. 

udtrbc, rso 


I)< 


ItanBoy • 








SOOhidei, 800 
300 olfikiiia, 300 
40ea(d«buk, 100 

Uppwlertherindc^: 




4dK)Mukan 


i,aoo 








t .. ■■ ■■. 


■ I'j 






UaWher, „3«> 


... 










-m, J 



X Doe. No. 308. ] 141 



% 


«f 




m 


i'li 




|lj 




m 


- 


ISO toni iHg inn, 


«9,*00 


J N. York 


tOO*t7scU 




50 tou cutinf^t. 


4,J00 






t »SM 


6,3001bi.4eMh«-, 


i;j86 


Connecticut 


3U«1 








udHui. 






1,300 pr.rtwe^ 


1,800 


Hun. 


6*t« 




300 pr. booU, 


1,400 


Do 





■eported without remuk*. 



JONATHAI* ALLEN. 



38/XM 
4,300 



«tOMlb«.Md«kUher, 1,3W 
300 Mm ^trmem, ud np. 

p«k*thHv liUO 

300 <r"-*^- — 



l^vti^ 



ittrsME 
100 u» 



JOMATHAM ALUM.- 



149 . [Poc. JJo. 3Qa. ] 

Poo. 3,-tNo. 37.-!-HtN3DALE AND PERU.— AAeAd^ ^,JfrwfM<un 



If 

|i 
III 


mi 


mi 

IllU 
nil 


i-s 

fl. 
III 


The diHerent kinijs, with the 
quantity and valnc of each 
kind, of matcriati used per 
annum, which are produced 
in the United Slates, and of 
at^cultunl and oUler do- 
ine»tic productions conaum- 


ml 


1 woollen hc'y 


•3,000 


»3,100 


t3,OO0 


12,000 lbs. wool »a,«o 


H""duBdt. 


Curt.*Ooit, 








50 Iba pearl ash 5 

384 piUona soap 46 


New Vork 


1813 








do 










'S cords wood 112 












30,000 teazles 4i 


New York 










340 pJlo"' <Ml 216 


do 


1 tannery 


1,9M 


Not val'd 




Hides and akina 350 
Lime 10 
25coidsbark 50 




1 cabinet ware 


1,000 


30O 


2M 


Cherry 3C 


New York 


houM 








Lumber 60 
Hudorare 50 

Varnish, oU, turpenUnc 55 


New York 




450 






Steel 15 


kbnichtitetti 
do 


Town of Peru. 












1 tennny. B. 


1,200 


40 


1.50( 


lides 1 ,00C 


New York 










Jnie I^ 


Husachiuett' 


joint stock 








40 cords bark 80 





EXPLANATIONS,' RBHARKi 
Wocdlen .&etory building, |5,000, u expected to eommenca its opeiatioiii this qni^ 

Tlie c^iittliiiTeMed is about S3S,0(X)| is expected to work about S5,000 Ib^ wool per tm 
MeMt*. Cuatis and Cd^ the voollen manuikcturen in one of the abore towni^ i^, i 

umrer to the 13th queitiiai, that the wear and tear, inwnnce, kc^ &Cq I« 30 per «Mt 1 
FiRHiKLD, .4>n/ 17) ISSa. 



Doe. 3.-Jfo. 38.— LANB8B0R0U0H AND NEW A8HF0BDr-&Aedu& of A 



4ihoemikani 


»i,a» 

300 


Hotvi]ued 


•1,000 
NoneM 


uoiudc* tsrs 

so dlf ildn 50 
rsi^eepOSam 19 
NeordibiA 135 

LeMhn,triMni^;<,&e. 


do 
d» 

do 
do 

do 
do 
da 


NewAihford. 
Itanery 

triMKoiiken 


aoo 
so 


- 


«00 


■OOUdM TOO 
4aorifaiid(Mte«kini 35 
3J corda bark 30 
LetAer, fcc.. Ice. 



[ Doc. No. aot. ] 

hj^llt.Mfc>* Mi nt i^uifiOaim, MrUt, »orkma^ man- 



t4S 



Sii 




|1t 


mi 


III. 


w\ 


i 

fib 


111 




III. 
sill 


mill 




imdin 


113 


*,*» jda. b. cloth 


N«w York 


10 at 90 


Sat 33 


3M33 


fti-bV^od 


UK 


113,2000 










K.aW« 
















ai 












.«i«>ai 


; 












kfi^ 


w 














i(M 


SO skim 9o. Ic&tber 33C 


tmth>i.lir 


l«t8l 








lOtbcTskiiu 300 


New York 








n 


3J 


Cabinet work, \%- 
rioui kinds GOQ 


Masiachusctls 


3 at 1 






i.aici 


*B 


Scythes & viricnu 
wticlcs 1,300 

300 Bidcis. leather 1.200 


do 
J In Mass. i ill 


J at 68 
2 at 1 








Other skins flOO 


New York 








*^. 













e are three or fmir riioaBikeii in the above towna who do ni 
leftemiit 

JONATHAN ALLEN. 





Wwkmtn, Wagn. 




» 


r,MOIl».ioleiiul 
nppo- leather «l,850 


Haitachuaetti 


lalJl 


lat33 




• 












■llheep*mi If 


do 








D» 


LflXtpairahoea 3,Ul 


do 


Sat 9C 






KB 


no boon 3,400 




lat I 






l> 


6,000 lbs. tole lea- 
ther 1,320 


do 










UcalThoth. ■kini SC 


do 








to 


SOOpairihoo 900 
l» biKrta 600 


do 
do 









Jtq^ATHAN ALLEN. 



<44 



[ Boc No. 308. ] 



DMwmn 3 No. 39.— LEE Mi *i lr tf 



1 


ill* 


ill. 


1 

ill 


mu 
IBUl'l 


lit! 




n,i(» 


»S,000 


30,000 


450,000 lbs. ratis ^23,500 
20,000 hlcachinEBniti 1,600 
SOOgallonskmpoU 900 
J3,2S0I!)i.Mzing 1,828 
500 bushels Ume 135 
m cords wood 1,750 
SOOO lbs. oil vitriol 335 
1750 lbs. alum 32a 


E:.&lLStue« 
New York 

B.Mt8talei 

Hwadnucn 
Middle State* 
Ntw York 


Ipap-huiging 


3.0OO 


BOO 


3,000 


S0,000 lbs. sizing 300 


E. It H. State* 


inanufactory 








3000 lbs. pot ashes 140 


New York 


W.tW. it C. 








3000 lbs. peart aahea 140 


New York 


Laflin, 1830. 








1200 pounds i]um 540 
4000 pounds painw 300 
lOOO pounds cordaffe 150 
16.005 pounds whiting 130 


MewYort 
New York 
New York 










New York 










JOOO pounds Paris white 50 


New York 










150 cords wood 37i 












10,000 pounds cUy 100 
MO^llonsoil 300 


Martha's Vm- 










yarf 










WOO reams piper 13,000 


— ■'•— 


a mOuettu. 


WM 


3,000 


3,000 


13,000 yatdi cotton warp 730 


New York 


»-T 








9000 pounds wool 4,500 
TOO pounds copperu 36 
JOO pounds pot aril 35 
150 g>ll5. dl 300 
to cords wood 100 
Soap 50 
re«le». Mid other article. SO 


New Yaik 

NewYert 

New York 


I wooUen fw 


3,S«) 


5,500 


6,000 


M,000 pound* wool 13,300 


HBMaduiKtta 


tory. 








GOOlbs. potuidpeavladlM 43 

3000 Ibl. satinet warp 1,500 
1500 lbs. coppenu&aliun .6C 
2000 pounds bar soap 130 


New York 
New T6rk 

New York 










New York 










15 barrels soft soap 110 


New York 










130gUlons*peTO«l 100 












50,000 teazles 75 


MajMchuBctta 










SO coidi wood 125 




Iforrc - 


2,iM 


Not valued 


3,000 


[ron are 3,000 
Bc(»p iron 3,000 
Charcoal 3,000 


IMaM. JN.Y. 

Haiaachuaetti 


StauMriei 


a.jOO 


NatvakMd 


1,JOO 


Hides and skins' 5,000 


fMus.iN.Y. 


Imeh-Aop 


3,SM 


SCO 


1,100 


Lumber 1.000 
SO gallon* oil 50 


Mauachuaetti 
New York 










M.c«tinp 


3,000| 


^IMWhD*Ctt« 



t Di)C. No. 308.} 

', Mamfaehtra, Marktlt, Workmtn, ffagm. 



% 



111 



hi 

lilt 



|s||.=l 

lUKli 






fill 



. .'1 



fill 



mi 

Pi3 



[O,000 llM. ngs 

•67.500 
O IbK. powdered 



000 ftb <ifa woods 



N'. Y. 6-IOtlu 

.. S-lUths 
8. St'B 1- 



O lb* madder SO sM yards bromdclotbi 
UOUM.D woocblM 1800 

n piU dlirc cnl 300 2500 yards Mtincts 

17,500 
SOOOyiUflanncl 2.700 



t vorth iBcntion- 



K wonh mentioning 






Woollen nnd cotton re 



13.000 uid ejicwbere 



6 at 01 
16 at $\ 



M« 



tj.te'^w? 



DocMtiTT 3'77^*- 39.-— 









ii 

II. 

35; 
P" 


lull-" 


III 

1 
jHl 


3 turning jnnd 


93,000 


1400 


181,000 










,1...: .„.. .. 


.^„i. 


Voo 


MicU-.nc.5- 


01 put^ 


n; cipcctcd to conl;rm dO loim 


-;, K^teiiSiB 


Ic^J.. 


3,500 


N'ot valued 


1.000 


.,.„.i™„ ■ 




nubrtoty 








! toni steel 350 


New Tort 








:;loth9 JOO 


Now To rfc 








Ilurpeta, lace, and cordHgia 100 


Sew York 










iO^ailoiiioil liiuci;d CO 
lO^tenl iMip dl ■ , ,30 
PiinU,- (iirptntjiie, t giiins 150 


&»'■■ 










New York 










Timber :!tiO 












S,000 liiiHliels cliiroiul 330 


MuBchuiettB 










Ix^ather 450 


MaMMhuacttB 


Ehocm«km 


Not viilu<;d 


Not vulucd 


600 


5,900 pi:unds Icnllicr 97S 
50 i\oAc„ rilf sl.m» 750 
l-'O si,K^i »i>per iLiilher 360 
Morocco SJOO, oil ami ivooil 
130 430 


iM»».iN.Y. 
JMa«.iN.Y. 

Wood, Iba. 
rem. N. T. 



''' ' EXI'LAN.VTWNtJ, 1 

PriMritton of Paprr mlb.—'W. & \S . it C. Laflin. 2 paper mills. 1835; J**fc. 
CliUTcS, l| paper mil), 182S; Jidin Nye & Co^ 1 paper mill, 1828; Uliltnii lng«noll, 1 paper 

ANSWERS TO QQE8> 

13. 15 per cc^nt. 14. No one or the manitfiicturers arc willing to acknowledge their bv- 
Nincn to he carried on with burrowed capital, yet many of tbcm wy tlivy arc ind^^ -If. 
OpcHltiMilworK'l^hours perTby, and twelve montMm' theyeiir. 'l£..Ajp)ciilD&«if*WM< 
pcr'dlQ', ^ iHitnnicr'iiraao:), 7^ ct"t^. ""^ pfr.month, fpr thevcv, lOdolkn. 1^ F^ JfP^ 
rate aiuwir ius Iicl-ii ;^ven to ibis cjitesiion hy a aln^e taianti&ctiirer; gcnonny deaneo^ «r 
Mkl tlieyfiuuicIit'J,3<iriKitbiiig.' It). Altogxithcr uncertain, and unknown. 19. TlochM 
been no regular incrcaae or decreaw ^n the pnce of the artieles manii Pictured, but cmBbuit 
fluctuatioii, owing to roriuus chumcb, aueh a> exccw^-c importations, ^iil, &c. fcc. 30 and 
21 . No certain answer can be giv<mi but that the maniifacUirc of wool, eotton, andpaper, 
hai inervwi'd very much the two last, and nearly doubled the last three ycata. 33. Tht 
•niwer lojthii qucMion must be from a cumpuVition ofaubaiatence necessary for the numlwr 
of hands tniployi'd, 23. It .will be seen liiy the retumit from tfaia county, that lu~ 

nanufikctures are vi^ Stnited. , It h bdleVcAttut lliey have dimiiJiditfct' sinci tSil.., 

than SO pfcr cent. 34. Unknown. -2S. F^w, 'if any cotloik^i ;tU Voollens and fine p^erj 
tlie extend ui>luK>wa. 26. CaoAot be aacertained, but must he very iSiall. 37. Unknmm. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ■] 



Pi 



iUl 



klri 
||F| 



S'S 



if It 

li 






Pi 
!ll 

IS- .= 5 

m 



1,000 sets choir Mufli 

«1 1,350 

1 3,300 cane cluiir 

6,000 



Yurk 
New York 



,t 33 



:3(la. other for. da 
ArtEle- hardware isdotbcr uort 
PbudbAdmrc SOU 
Cupeto,bcc, ukI 



l&lTanbkting tSOrOOp^irbool* 3,800 
ThRMJ t findjagi 100 3600 pur allocs ^iOO 



iSD ADDITIONAL FACTS. 



TtOKS SBOM. 13 t«3B. 

38. PrincipBlly Tended in the ci^ of No* York. 39. None. 30. WoDiiina, cntloiu, and 
jnperi nortly wldinNew York aoaix, or from nz tt cisfht niiin:l<> ci-eiLit. 31. It h not 
bawB to thcaMidjt^UtuKn in K-hatliuaneuthcy could cm^ny their cipit:t], cr.pccially into 
«<Mt they could! coQt-ert tI^ir^uJ'<I'"8Si ■" which a VC17 coo^cr^ilil-j poi4ioii of thcircipitU 
ii JnTdtcd, if tlKy vet* C<)llipelled to abkridon tjicir picu'iit boini;::^! but it in ccrluin there 
VmldbcaTcn a^tdritorccutroam the viiliie'orrc»I eslaXe, npiciatt^ in Uiat situated in 
^ imnedifte Canity of facti^o. 33. It will be seen Ihat ver>- little iraii is nuniifuctured 
ia the county,, csfept pig' iron, aijd tib competition. 53. Altogether proMcmaiical. 3*. 
If the dn^ on Jl'unported articles «u reduced (ol:^i per cent, od valoreni, woollen, cotton, 
Ud paper tDanii&cturera, would. all ful. 3^. loiuwiblc tu deStrmiiie. 3$. Tlie IM*iufiiG<- 
Inenu Mme.F ]37. It ii t|ic opioion ofiaome, oiily by na appralul on ascertained value «f 
tbeaitic(caat(he'|iortorcn(ly. 3B. No ditectior natiiifactofyuiswer h»a been (fiven. 

JONATHAN AIXKN. 
, Fimnau, Jprii 17, 1S33. 



f Doc. No. SOS. 2 



DoecMttrr 3.- 


-No. 40.— .iDAMS, COUNTY 


OF BEllKSmUV..~SJuduk of M* 


tl 

li 


nil 


IflU 


§■5 


mm 

ii! 




h 


^^11 J 
Hill 


liili 


= = i 


III 


13 cotton fucturiei 


»93,iOO 


»96,30O 


ISU80. 




Alaham* 


1 incurMntcd in 
lflU,l826,1IB20, 








181 bhs. floiu' 1.08(> 


New York 








5.300 lbs. stArch 42* 


Do 


18.38,lH3f,?lS26, 








!,6fiOo<inLwood 3,320 


MaMiachuaeV 


3^1831.wat<rp.w. 








I.eatlicr . iid other 
doinostic 3,S00 




4 ntinet fuoorics. 


25,000, 


23,300 


IS.OOQ 


1 .!9,000 Ibi. wool ?7,400 


__ 


IB-'t, la-ifa, .8:18, 








176,000 yds. cotton 


1>o'', 


lesi 








w-urn , 10.S0O 

1,300 giib. oil 2,6ro 












115,000 tuzlo 201 










i,iO0 ]ha. bar so.ip 130 










152 lb,».suft soap l.liO 












590 coi-ds wood 1.360 


Do 










*,100 1bs.pot»Eli 305 


New York 


3 cJico fiictories. 


iy,0()0 


17,000 


15, sot. 


Cotton clolh 66.500 




HJ30.IBJ1 








1,100 L-urds»ood 2,200 


Do ^ 


3 n-ehino .hop*. 


r.jyo 


6,500 


15,500 


1,1 tons bar iron ],42> 


Mms! mkI'N 


furn:evbeon..«t. 








JOU conls wood 600 




ed wiih tatm tot 










Do 


■maU cutuigi 








l3itoni Lehigh c<*ll,7iO 
1,000 biuh. durctwl 60 
iSt»M=«„d 280 
ilras* ca«ti«K» ' l;(»0 
2,000 lbs. cast steel 400 
Lealber . '■ ■ ■ - 'SW 
1,700 lhk.,»liil3 11* 
Wire 15U 
Fine saod, brick and ■■ 
,cUy , 100 


New York 

Do 
]■■ <DA' / '1 
NewYoA 
HBtaM&aMl 

NeWYort 
UlMMhoiM 


Staanotics 


10,000 


'400 


10, COO 


3.300 hides'' 10.S(JO 


iSiSJ 


■ ■' ,' 








"-.lOOcalfflkina 2,100 










*80 cords hark 1,200 


Do 


,1 ' '■' 








ISO busheU lime 3J 


"o it 










Sl'thls. oil 53j 


New Yofk, 










nlackihg 2J 


P9 










70 corda *ood 40 


'lUinctuiaet 


3 nhinet wWk- 


«0 


SOD 


■ 400 


Umber I.OW 


Do', 


..hop. 








'.'4 galloBs ail %• 


tfwVcrt: 


3 nddle m»d hv^ 


3,800 


« 


350 


300.«<tej hirAeu 


M^msiii^ 


nenroakin 








leather 1,300 
BUckiug la 


New York 



[ Boc. No. 3oS. I 

iil-, Hotmail uMd, Maiu^afiunf, Marltli, Worlim 



159 



iff 

III 
111 



>Ik.cMl $2,722 3.193,000}'a. shirtings. 

bm«-ii, worth|16*,3S0 
B,000 Ibi. yum, 

cotton 3,000 

It0,000 vda. S3 

- p' *,000 



n. bl Rtricd 13 
a. a^pcm 161 
a(itK>II> ]i 



fit 



■■3|-J? 



5'* 6-= 



3O0O0yd.H,M». 

MlLISLchllSCltl 



r7M9S cts Ki&t33vU £K) >t .19 



2oK6a iBkchiiK, min, 
fFcuinic &c., to the 
anunwl 4S,i>M 



',000 aides sole leslher 

u.ooo 

r,P0O»id« upper ka- 
ther 21 ,»« 

l,100calf>kins 1,300 



Cabinet work to a 



190 set hamcu '•! 
]0 Boddlea 
Dther uljcleg, bridles, 
bunlu^ he. """ 



MuaacbUMtta 



llfl 






100 at«l 



ilii 



111 

'ill 



l?1 



i<e 



[ Boc So. sas. ] 



ltoi:inttm>9.— Ni 



1 

t 




im 


50 

111 


iPfil 


ifS 

il 


m 


iiifi 


III 






#830 


8600 


8800I7S boK^tt'n ■ ■ ■ , irsi 


New Tir' 










Irtn ■ ' ! 7J 












Wire ' 8( 


I>o 










Copper. 40 


Do 


4 shoe foctories 


1,100 


■2J0 


40ft 2,000 Ib^KJfclAitker 500 
120 calf ^-Jns 1 240 
rSdiioa upperlealiler30U 


HuHuhu 
Do 



F.XPI.AXATIO!«S, REMARKS, AAD ADDITIONAL FACI%f <i( 

As thb' is an important return, vc have endeavored to be particuUtIr earcAd.' iM 
in every instance, seen llic proprietors personully, and obbuned lU the Biuwen thm 
All the machinery' is moved h;r u'^ter power, not only in ttus town, iMt erfat^fOtM 
county. 

■..':■■. . . J. A* 

PrmrlEiD, ^pril 17, 183S. 

^A^'S^rBRSI TO QUESnONS rttOU B *» SK ■ -^ 

13. Ttfcnty f>er cent. 14. No one oftheiMhaBicturersiM WiHiHf;to'it*M«M||| 
bumness is carried; on witli boirowed capital, yet many of them aiy they we il 
15. Operators wort twelve hours per day, »nd twelve months per yCM. 10"'AMi( 
bJ>or, pe^ day, in summer season, 75 cents, and per month. Tor the year, |1U. iV. 
finite answer has been Riven tf this question by a sinj^le manufacturcri f^netvUf dM 
lay they arc makin j little or nbthin^. 18. Altog^ether uncertain and unknown. M. 
has been no regular increase Or decrease in the price of the articles inuiutftctumJ, b 
■tint flucluationiv atising from various causes^ aa eicesuve importati<ms, glut, tuc. 9 



If Qq<V IT?. 3D8, ]: 



l« 



M 



III 



ii? 



■IPI 
i-s-s .■{-. 



10, 



is-* 



CicW numi?aftiireil 



^tafin ^«icr «an b« givctv but tb*t tlic raanuGtcIurc of wool, cotton, uid p*per, hu 
■ici Ttff inucb (be Ust two, and nculy doubled witliin the lut three years. 32. The 
rr tB ^i qneatkm nunt be nude ^tMk a, computation of auhsiatence necessary fat aum- 
TGukAi employed. '33. It mil be seen by tlie returns for the coiinly, that household 
^■•■M Ma rety liaiited. It ii beliered that they have diiminnhed, nnce 1834, more 

SQati MDt. 24. Unknown. 35. Few if any coKonat all woollen*, and fine papeTi 
MMftwklbwvn. 36. CMiiiM be atccMnned, but muit be rCry ^mall; ST. TTriknuwu. 
PliBtuBf Tended in New York. S9. Nuoe. 30. WopUcns, cottons, and paper,' 
lUdNB Mnr York i*n S, or fntr6 to B moMlis' credit. 31. ' It b not known to the 
Aelatn in what buainen they- co«ld«mp1av Uleir capita^ much lev tnto wt/ti Qwy 
t^mtt AfetbtaUngB in whieb» rery connderable portion'of their capital ii ihverie^ 
^■■i'liliffliil III liliiwlmlhili [II III! lit bUHinem lint It 1« eerUin there' would bek 
Mat deprcciatton in the rahu gf 'Mai MUtc, Mpecially iAthiif>ltiiateAin IheimraeA- 
Mri^ rffaiMiit^. 3S,'It inli b« JOon that very fitUc ffon is nunil&chired In the 
^, tseept pig iron, and no competition. .93. Altogether prablt'malicai. ' 34: If tHe 

i^Tl*(i III Will aMdiM was reduced to 13} per cent ul volorenii the woollen, cotton, 
paper aami&etuim would all ftlL 35. Impossible to detcnmne.' 36. Th6 manu&C' 
«MT none. 37. It is the opinion of some, only by an a]iprwsalon ascertained Taluc of 
■weaatthe pott of entry. 38. No direct or satiifacton- answer has been ^ven. 

JONATHAN ALLIEN. 



tSi 



l^-Dfle. No'. *()'8jj 



DoccmXT X—Ko. 41.— HANCOCK, BEEKSHIRE CO.—SeJittiute tfM 









if 

Hi 

Up 


plmi 

lllliili 


1 

.E 

1 














1 aatinet fBdOi^- 


ji^aoo 


$1,000 


»4D0 


l,«)p H». wool 9 750 




H. Hum, IHM 








IS conb vood St 
4,000 touloi 6 

30 hbls. soup 50 
S,000 jtM. OBt warp 1,2S0 




2 Linnet^ 


l,S0O 


60 


2,000 


100 hkl» 1,20( 
iOO calfskins SOt 
7S cDitbbwk ~Wl 
35 do wood 37 
3S bushels time »8 TS 


„ 


IthMbetory - 


I».t 


20 


300 


Not euctlj estimated - 





nte .4WMinaken eniplor tvomen, at (I per day, to laanufcetUTB booti *mi Aot 

^ple. . 

1 wocdien fi^toiT $8,000, about builtliiVi «pactO)ltobeieady:i)ropeiBlim ns 
A cottan ftctory, likewise, wiU be built thii mmod. i ' 

The Sbaken tan about 120 hides, and SO calf skin*, per ancam. Th^.ilm n«i 

about 4,000 bi^iooH, worth #700, which Muj dispose of i* Naw EaglM^ tad Mi 

toBcther wi^ avarie^ of wooden domeatk iitensiU, &fc Sec, 

Mr. Hazard, the woollen nuuiufacturer abovt, m^*.. itt^ Muver to qpMiat Ui 

tWi fcp', ttiat 30 per oent. muK be put dwwn, 

JOHATKAN ALL 
Vixvmum,J^prav, 1833. 



[ Doc. No. 308* 3 



*1l 

SHE 

is* 



41^ 



lit 
liil 






fOQ.OOOjda 



tJSOQIucleitiolf I. 

15 100 an upper ilu 400 

SO-Jculfikiiu 1,000 



if- 3 5 



sfll 



fMaaiJN.V. 
Mas*. 



nil 

iiii 



m 



rill 



Dm. 3— No. 4S.— GBBAT 



[ Doe. No. 308. "] 

BABBINGTON, BEBKBHIRE CO. 



n 

ii 

1ii 


ill* 

m 
m 


liili 


S = £ 
III 




^ 


a cotton facto. 












rin 


#38,000 


830,000 


t4,S{» 


12j,000 lbs. cotton, $16,2Si 




Ho. 1. Deank 








50 hbls. flour, 300 


New York 


Whitmnre 








400foil]onso<l, 40<~ 


Do 


No- 3. Pesbo- 








Leather, 300 


Uus. 


dy b Coats. 








iSO cords wood, 500 


Do 


18m- 












1 Mtinet be 












tory 


8,000 


S.OOO 


10,000 


38,000 lbs. wool, 21,280 












50,000 yds. cotton 




Ad»n«,fcCo. 








wsrp, 2,25L 




IBM. 








5,000 lbs. pot ash, 2S0 
:m bHls. soup. 7S0 






















100,000 teaziM, lOO 












175 cords wood, 350 












l,00<jlb.. ba-K»p, 10(1 












Other articles, 50C 




i tanneries - 


7,000 


475 


4,50C 


525 hides, 1,827 


Mass. 


No 1. Rossc 




3 bor-rfl9t 




370 calf & sheepskin, 296 


Do 


ter. No. a. 








310 cords bark, 84(1 


Do 


Bopkins, No. 








60 bush. lime. 3C 


Do 


3. Uollinbeck 








Srconlswo-d, 13C 




No. 4. Kil 








Oil,blHcking, (ic. 20C 


New York 














1 machine liiop 




3,000 


5,00C 


I5ton«iron. 1,eO<: 


N. York It C 


Vhilmoreanc 








I,.iO0 bush, coal, 9i 


Man. 


Demn. 








■ii'rordswood, 5 


Do 


1 cabinet nuk'r 


400 


100 


SOL 


E.unibKr, vainlsb, 
hurdwart^, andml. 20C 


iN. T.,il 


3 clothiers' 












works 


1,500 


600 


90C 


\bom 6,000 yds. 

fljnnel, 2,S3 
Si«p, teazles, Btc., 

ubout 41 


Ma«. 
Do 



PinafiiLD, AprU 17, 1839.— 30 per c 



EXPLANATIONS. REHAt 
it. should be added upon all c< 



r Doc. No. SOS. ] 



lit 

111 
Irs 

III 






Hi 
fill 






sfF, 



" !1 § ■= 4 '■ g 

2 e 2'S4i1> 2 



i'-s 
=■5 8.1 



r3,000 lbs. sole uu] up 
per leather, tI5,840 
370 c*lf sUni, 740 



j N. r. } Maa 

i in Connco 



»1,800 Hachincrr, S 



or, fcc IDO Cabinet 



work, 11,200 
,000 yd*. cloth, 6,000 



3 at (I 
S«3Jct 



boot 15D0pMrihoe* aadbooK, worth ibout #3,500^ whichbe di^oMcof iixNaw 

ODinONAL FACTS. 

Mm nuwIWctarcs ibr wear uid ti 



t Doo. Nn. 3Q8. 3 

■r 8.— Wo. 43 — RQltBMCWT, BERKSHIRE CO.. 



::l 


m 

Illli 


Hi 

iiiii 


ill 


|11lf 

Itifllll 


m 
m 

1 


I tatiiiery 


•2.000 


tioo 


$1,000 


ISO hides . 8450 
150 skim . 130 
75 cords barV - 300 
Oil and blacking 40 

3,000 yds. flannels l.abO 


Massachust 

Hwnachusc 

New York 


3 clothiert' varies 


250 


2,500 


Not 


»Uss. & N. 








worth 












eBtima 












ting:. 






3-ib»;m>kcrs - 


3oa 


Notvtl. 


50 


Sole leatlier - 150 
lipprrdo.&r.itfAin2^0 


MaasachuK 


PiTT9n.il., 17(A .^iWi; IK 


DoccMlB* 3.— No. «.— DAI.TON, BBBKSHIHE CO.— SiWufc of MM4M 


Three paper mill*. 


»33,500 


«aoo 


18,000 


rO tons rags, at 


Uais. &M. 


Cnne b Cpnon- 






doUi 


•110, - (7,700 




No. I, built 1801; 








3 tons bleaching. 


Do 


No. 2, " ISIOi 








powders, . 330 




No. 3, " 1633. 








15(1 bushels lime, 37 
l,3001bs.oilvi(ri(J, 96 
175 cnnts wood, 350 
5U galls, lamp oil, 60 
Com. oU, tallow, &c. 3U 


M.«achu« 
New York 
MaaachtiM 
New York 
Mua. IcN. 


One wooOen ftcto- 


4,500 


3,000 


4,00( 


Jtohrwiihlt, ■ ' '*(* 
»,000 lbs. wool, (12,000 


no 

i in N. Ta 


ly, F. Weiton, 










i in IfaM. 


IMS. 


■ 






30,0g0j-ikiiUBalt. 

wwp, - . 1,80' 
1,600 lbs. cop'rM 

an4alnm, . G« 
ISO gilU. sperm. 

oil, . 125 
l,00lilbs barsoap, 60 
50 bbU. (oft soap, ]5tl 
18,000 teazles, 36 
100 «ml. wood, ISO 


4 in N. Ym 
iinH«« 
New York 

Do 

Do 

Do 

Do 


One pail factoiy. 


1.S00 


wo 


l,50t 


Lumber, . 100 


HaxMdluK 










Ztominm, . 400 
i bbls turpentine, 36 
ibbhuoil, . 120 


Now York - 


Onetmiinery 


3,000 


Notval. 


50 


100 hides, .306 










60 cords bark. - 120 


Do 










W bllsheU lime, S 


Do 


Four'awimakeri* 


175 


Notval. 




Leather, 


Masaacbusc 



EXPLANATIONS, HEHA: 

Hewn. Canon k Cnne, paper maker* above, are of opimon that paper mUl propeit 

depredated in Tsluedtekut five yean more tkan one-third, and for wear Mid tear B 



[ Doc. No. 306. 3 167 

m, tmltmg; Oe., iUtnab utd, Mmufaelurf. Marktf; Workmen, Wagu. 



a 


m 




!1l 


ill' 


1 
fi 


% 

ill 


IlL 
■ |I3J 


lilli 




>4 

m 
fill 


Id . »i,3oe 


lS,SOOIb«.to)eWthrr 

S3.630 
ISO ikJns . 300 


) New York, 
) Massac hu. 


4»t7ScU 






tafi.tJ. soo 


1,000 ;da. cloth 4,000 


& New Yoft 


3 at 50ct« 








ISO pair boots - 533 


MuuchuBC^ 


)«fl 



















JONATHAN ALLEN. 



iifH«e., JMrriah utd, Mmafaehirff, i^rhtU, WvrkmiHrWmgi: 



11,000 reami letter, wri- 
ting, prilling, & wtsp- 
ping paper, t33,0Ul 



l?,a0011mKte.tef. 



3,540 
1.0S( 

1,00- 



,05C MunchiuetH S 



l«8l 
at 75c 



l^AU 



jeKATHAN ALLSH. 



I Doc No. 308. 3 



Doc. 3.— No. 45.— SAVOV, WINDSOR. AND ALFOBD, BEBKSHIRE CO,^-&Am 



If 


itil 

PI J 


11, 

m 

hill 


H 


Sill!! 


Ill 

a'- 
ilii 


Si.oi. 
1 cloUucfB vorki ■ 

lclotliieT'»«orlt«- 

AUOID. 

1 luuiux, brown 
1 dothid'a work 


t*OQ 

700 


•100 
aoo 

73 


30>y 
550 


l,i«Oyd«. flannel M20 
Dom. materials ■ 9 

3,000 yds flannel S40 
SUO teailca - > W 
Jbbl^.«.p . IS 

200 hides -700 
lUOealfskia. - 80 

30coniabark - lOS 
20 bus. lime - 6 60 
Oil and blacking lO 
l,0.-Oyda. flannel. 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Oow 
New York 



EXFUNATIONS, RBIU 

ir four (hoeniaker* who do wcric tot tho* 



DocoMunS.— No. « 


.— SEHOBOTH AND SOMERSET— dbbdufe o/ Afa 


Cotton maoubc- 


*32,00( 




|i7,0iAJ 


«H,>>U lb. cotton »li>,06t 




tun* in the town 








3.000 lb. coppe™. 7J 
























3.SUi.lb. itarcb . 260 
12e»akilime . 30 
30« gallons oU - 415 
60lb.h»meMtwine 60 
2 gTOiapeckera - 30 
3751b. belt hiather 101 


J 




















lOikinsttronrdo. X 


VHew Ei 










eOreanubro. paper 60 
301b. baihng twine 10 
SOcotdyood - 200 
3doi.l£utdei ■ 40 






















'E^^S 












by laborer! . 3,O0C 
























Lun^r - - 3M 
MMMttla.uHd in 

Of*, and e. ware 3,000 

tmal prod^coD- 
Mimedby lab'n 3,700 




1 











[ Doc No. 

iJWu^ BuiUingt,t/e,, Malaiob uatd. 



30S. ] 159 

Martajaelara. M-irktU. Wntlcmm, IFigeb 



hi 


ill 




Hill 


ill 


y^ 


IH 


Hi 


ill 




flirt 

llll! 


«li 


III 


|Sl 


III 
ill 


fl^l 




11 M 


5 S. 6.11 


III* 


rood! »96 


1,000 yda. cloth 


»1,000 


Mul. 


1} U 50 
eta. 






,. I.««ood 9 


3.000 ;d>. cloth 


2,000 


MUB. 


i.t50 




















. coppcm 3 7: 










































idc* 1.050 


15,000 tbi.Kil« Iro- 


1 in CL i ir 












3,30( 


New York 










100 calfskins 


- 200 












1.000 yds. clt>ai 


1,000 


Hi«. 


I at 50 ct> 







t ADDmONAt. PACTS. 
.iMttn tm tfaenuelTcs. 



JONATHAN AIXEN. 



^MtObgt, tit., MUaiab uted, Mmufaaitru, . 



, Workmen, Wagm. 



^■t. Bcagil indixoieo'^ 
bcdtt 11,750 



yd*. pUid li" 

p.soo 

30,000 rdi.«tnp«i 3,600 
2,0001b.y«ni»t33 500 
250,000 yd*, brown 
printior cloth Bt 
10 • - 35,000 



Vilue of boots snd 

■a 1,000 

Value of cabinet 

fiinutore 

Value of ctirriaigci 
Value of •tone and 

earthen wue 12,000 



New York 

ichiuetti 



agefll.17 ^e33cti igeUcta 



1«0 



£ Doc. No. 308. ] 

I MIS f J.— Ko. 47 — SEF.KOIJK 'kli'duk af Manufadt 



it 
Jl 

ill 


fte! 

m 

mi 


Will 
iljll 

nth 
jiitl 


§'5 

l| 

Sil 

m 


jiiiiii 

nnnn 


111 
ill 

Iff. 

•|IU 














cotton fiictories in 


836,000 






204,100 lbs cotton»a2,45( 


So. Slate 


the (own of Seek 








i\f tons co^, at 8. Z4( 




onk, CO. of Urislot, 








535 KallB oU, at -78 4K 




which embrace nl 




















r9SU Iba BUrch, 6 477 




' thiltownofanvira 








shuttles and pickers 35t 


Ma«*chu 


portance: we hive 




















WibB hnmesB twine 8C 


do 


them all toffclhcr; 








J8 lbs bailing twine I; 




.11 having ehftni«( 








%m bu3f( cluremil 5C 












30 cord wood, 6. 181 












arooms, hrushefl, &c. 20C 




tain the time tbev 










do 














the Cove factory, ao 










So. St&tei 


called, the^eotift: 


















7.SM 

















Docukiht 3.— No. 


48— 3 TAUNTON.— *AeA*fe of Mmmfattu 


Iron u-orka at 


25,000 


,I5,B'J0 


40,b6a 


»00 tons scrap iron 
100 bar&on 


14.000 


UnhetlSti 


Kinffsbridte-l ■ 








9,0CW 


Cotm:,H. 










too Lrli. coal 


3,000 


rSgS" 




i 








imo 










SO loada cluLrqoal 


400 












1(10 conis wood 


330 












20,000 naU casks 


.1,333 












J,iOOdoii.hovcl 














handle* 


2,800 


Maine 






' 




500 galU oil 


400 




Copper and sheet 
lead 


40,000 


20,000 


15.000 


Pig and scr copper 
American coal 
SOO corda wood 


iclead, 

9,000 
i,aoo 






20,003 


10.000 


5,000 








Paper mil] 


4,000 


2.0D0 


2,000 








Brew-cry - 


6,01)0 


4,000 


2,000 








Cabinet furniture . 


4,i)00 


J.OOO 


S.OO' 








Leather - 














Edge tools - 


g'ooo 


'soo 


500 








Tin ware . 














Tack* k fine brads- 


3,000 


1,000 


2,5[JC 


30 ton) rolled iron 

Boxes, paper, aiid 

for packing 


3,600 
iwine 


- 










550 




Bricks 


- 






Clay 


2,000 




Straw bonnets and 


_ 












pahn leaf hall 












Boolrand riiiiei ■ 












Stone WM« J 






r.Uy 


- 


NeWjenci 



tM^ 



[ Doc. No. 308.' ] I SI 

lit.. Uatrrioltutut, MmKifurltrrt M.rhi^ Ifrrkmrn, IVngit. 



in 

iS- 

ni 









A c t -i ~ 



hi 

5S.S« 



;ii 



I 5.' .a 






•rveln wnuailj 
ioauunrd |'^2j 



507.375 r*'>''rowi 
printing' clutli, : 
7 cl» 33,S:6 



BrUnn a-., .Wrferiai ««^ M.,n„p,th 


rM, Jftrftrf:-, »o-yl™«., TI'-.j^;,. 




SCat^Umxtai 


lOOO ton* iiiih. 


750tMn.ll»inNV 


96atl.SJ 






Jwtdaban, it 90 


■t 130 190,000 


lOOinC. ISOinMH. 








13.800 


75 toM hoops 


To tlie whal "mtii. 








4taEagGd>ii»iid 


at 110 8,250 


moMlj-inN.a&N.n. 








ndiraB.MlSJ 


ISatoniiuilu^ 










6M 


Uck plates, *t 
110 17,050 
3500di>lioTebi, 
.t$7 2*,50C 

30tiuc3rtlti>ck*4500 


IIwi. and N.V. . 

i500diinN.Y.i:100 
phailOOCbwIestn; 
JOON O-i 300 Boat. 
New York. 










400tai»l»l 48,000 


- - 


io 








Wire 3S,00U 




SO of »ll 


deunpti 






JSJOpe.™ 10,500 




30 do 


do 






ISOObhbeer, 10.50U 




6 








Article, immi. 6.000 




15 








100 .ides leWher TOO 










; : 


EdKc took 2,0o0 
ri"w« 1.000 




S 








r>ck% brad* 10,500 


- 


lGmeii& 


bor.,«v. 


90 cento 




9,000,000 bricki 


Prov., Newp.&N. 


ISOdur-g 


the time 


MutlJ>l* 




40,000 




Fortha 


voA 










- 


• 


i75 


. 


Do 15,800 


. 


=? 






- 


Wait, Tiluc !,*)( 


- 


2 


_ ^^_ 








BkU 


AU UDV 


fABD. 



»•* 



[ Doc. No. StS. ] 

Dm. 3 — Vt. 49 — TAmrrOS.—Sduduk of 



n 

is 
Jl 


iiiii 




llliSlll 


lit 

m 


SeMUm 


lira, 000 


1163,000 


(31,000 


rS5,700 lbs. cotton, at 1 2, (93,684 




bctotieo 








416 Ions authrucite cool 3,964 
300 cords wood, nt $5 1,000 
J,aOO gallons oil, at 80 cts. 2,360 




Hvshine- 


1»,000 


10,000 


8,000 


32 ch. bituminous co^l 320 




rr 








57 ions anlhracite coal 399 
90 pig iron. Ainericnn 3,600 
35 Am. wrouglit iron 3,000 
6D,000 lumber 1.400 


Maine mo! 


Calico 


110,000 


40,000 


150,000 


325,000 ps. gray cloth JJ5,000 
Suircb, 33,500 lbs B,000 
JOOuarrcU flour 1,800 
3.|,U00 lbs. alum 360 
57,000 oil ritriol 1,700 
1,400 tartaric acid 1,360 
3,6iJO Pnisafim poliiah 3,240 
IJ,JOO bich. potash 6,000 
82,700 pearl and potash $.000 
183,000 lime 1,300 


66.872 pie. 
worth (IJ 
830, tDMla 
Taunton, 

residue m 
mvarkm 
pla«* 




















55,000 blch*g powders 4.000 












12,1)00 bl. & wh. vitriol 1,000 












120,000 copperas 3.500 












I-umbi-r 3,000 












Cow umnire 3,000 












Blankets 5,2S0 












500 tons anthracite coal 3.500 
























Wood and oil 7.000 












American drags, not before 












enumerated 8.000 





t Doc. No. 308. ] 

mti, MmufattUTU, i^kelt, Workmm, W^gt*- 



l<3 



% 


lit 
III 


lift 


m 

mi 


HI 


III 


yA 

Irs - 
III 


III 




4H 

III! 
fill 


pi 




3.2J0,000 yajdj 


S6,er3 ps- worth 


BOatl.iS^ 


30 at 4i 


425 at 45 




ciolh *978,i50 


11152,820, are 










10,000 lbs 












yam 3,200 


worluh the prin. 
part of Che bal. at 
N. T. and Pliila. 








UwEnp. [rig Iran »4, 500 




To liUupncv roc- 


oouti.as 






do.«T, do. 3,0U0 












breiSnKcel 1,300 




worn out mochi- 
nery in the old 
anei in the vici. 








,oaafct.iiid«o 30,000 


225,000 piece* 




306 al 96 


00 m 97 


Mat 30 


lltOOOD>.Dadder 


prints uhI fur- 










ulKsntl 30,000 


nitiircs 900,000 










,l)B1bi.a«irl«d 5,000 












IjOOOBK-lDcwood 1,500 












IMDObLpeuhuKl 












bactevo^ 5,000 












JMkftullvood 660 












UKklKicitioa 












M I.OSO 












l(OOaH.pira«eticg»l 












■JAnblc 8,000 












ftUOMLlomM: 550 












OOflM. Pw». bhie 1,200 












» Ktt. orpiment *>J 












»l>lbt.Puunber> 












a r,soo 












ilcte 5,250 












ifa dnlffs- no' he- 












re enuiD^ted 8,000 


















EUJA 


a Howj 


BD. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



Daamawt 9.— No. SO.—TROM.^SchfiuU tf MaiM^aeliira, JBmUiiigt, 6 



It 

ll 

ill 


mi 

mti 


Will 

m 
m 


1 


ill! 


lit! 


Cotton, began 181J— 


$iS,O0(i 


^4,000 


*iO000 


eO-Jbalea UpUn.1 cotton 


Gcorpaand 


Fall River mHniir;.Cl. 








viduo *25,O0(l 


Ciu'olina 


ly, D. Anihoiiv, D 












-Wheeler and otJiers 












Cotton, began 1829— 


Walter 


10,000 


3,000 


47.000 lbs. New Orleans 




Thcoph'a Shove, t^n 








cotton, UctJ. value 


I.oui»ian> 


anbt 








■S,Wu 




Cotton, b.-^n 18«i— 


WaICI 


8.000 


2.U0U 


56.000 lbs. Upland and 


GcorjiiaariB 


Shove and '^lade - 








X.Orleans cotton 6,4* 


CiU-olina,! 


Clark Shm,-ai.d Al.- 












unr Slade, tcnanla 












Cotton, &c., machi 


tVflter 


13.000 


4.000 


13,000 Ibi. Sea bland 


Do 


nery. began 18J6 








cotton, furnished bvS 




01 ver 9. Haves & 








Shove iL Co., valued 




C(..— O. S. Hawea 








at 9,890 




and Wm. Marvel, jr 












tenants 
Cotton, began IB32— 


100 .(JOO 


20,000 


3O,O0C 


137,000 Iba. N. Orleans 


MisB.,I.a.s 


Pixa»elMami.Co.— 


Water 






™.d Alabama cotton 


AUbattu 


8am*IRodina>.,Oliv>-r 








1S,24( 




Chacc.Nath'lB. Bor- 












den. an.1 others 












Cofoo, began 18D7- 


Water 


15.000 


5,000 


W,COO lbs. N. Orleata 




Chace and Ltllhei^ 








cotton, value lO.HOtji Louisiaoa 


8aj....clB.Cluceand 












Cl-uUier, tenants 












Cottnn,beKan 1827— 
A. &.I. above- Ana- 




13.000 


5,000 


90,000 lbs. N Orleans 


Do 








cotton, value 10,800 




riah Shove and JervU 












Shove, tenants 












Cot'on, hrgun 18 . '9- 


Water 


8,000 


2,000 


41,000 lbs. N. Orleans 


Do 


D. & J. OLicj— Da. 








cotton, value 3,280 




thI Olney and John 












Olncy, t^njjits 












Cotton, be^n 18^.1- 


50,000 


58,000 


w.ooo 


394,524 lb». N. Orleans 


BrusJ^,G 


Ai.a'»an»Unii.Co.- 


Water 






and Upland cotton, 


andS.Cai 


Brv.l'opdDu,f.-e,Hol. 








vilne 43,370 




der H -niei', fc others 












Cotloii, bcs-an i" ■"- 


45,OOU 


:32.000 


30,000 


J30,000 Iba. New Or- 


Dt> 


Tro>C.aiKiW.n,an 


Water 






k'uns and Upland cot 




ufectjry O Ctiace, 








ton 28,73C 




Hij-vey Chace, and 












Otner* 












Cof.c'i. bi'pin 1830- 


Water 


40,0J0 


30, WO 


350,000|lbs. N. Orlean.' 


Miss, and 1/ 


Has. :...! »l.nn.Co.-. 








cotton, value :28,r50 




B-^^i-^ l>e<> and 












HUdcT Boiden, ten- 












rm 













(• Doc. No. 308. ] 

!mrt, Mirktla, iVorkmfn, fVaga. 



^ 
a^ 






m 




lltl 


ill 


ill! 
Jill 


Illlll 


m 

till 


mi 


S> tacn^ nMerUI 


MtinuT^cCured in 183;, 


i ir. this state. 


JJ at 33 


15 at 33 


90 at 37* 


>ed 


6yu,lX)U}Ja.id.«tinj, 


t 10 to tw ex 


cs-pr.daj 


ctiprday 


cent* per 




™iue *6U,UO0 


ported, remain- 
der iiiN. Voik 

and Philadel'i.. 






day 


Ditto 


Ditto aso.OOOy da. print 


Sold in P«>v, 


aattlO'l 


JatSlcla. 


:6 at 42 




ii)g<:lc>thi,>aldu,t7cl!>. 


dence to C. Pol- 


pcrd.j 


per day 


cenw per 




per rtrd iiri-IDO 


io HIiDde Islutd 






daj 


Dino 




9at75cta. 




lU at 2t. 




net wups, valued at 


iutc 


per day 




w33 ctt. 




»1 5,080 








per day 


DiUo 




MUAc for Sam'] 


7 at 4>. or 




17 at 42 




w.rp« 39.000 lbs. vulu- 


•^hovc R; Co., 


67 eta. 40 




ctnli per 




«dat«18,U00 


Tr„y 


at 7.. or 
11 17p.d 




day 


DUto 


Muiuftclui-d into i 


Principally in 


lOatfl "25 


17at2..or 


63 at 42 




printing clolh9SJ0,(«"J 


•Jew Yoik«nd 


per day 


33 eta. pr. 


cents per 




ydM. atT cenUt3S,5lA> 






d«y 


day 


Dioo 


M.-uwfi.ctUred into i 


n Troy, lo A. 


7atjlpr 


9at33cti>. 


.SO at 43 




prinfiiigBloths 48 1,000 




lay 




cenU per 




yd*, at 7 Ml. S33,a8l) 








day 


Dma 




To C. Potter, 


^ at4j.ot 


. 


45 at 3». 




printing cloth. 40U,000 


.f Pfondcnre, 


(17 els. pr. 




or 33 eta. 




yds. at 7 cts. S2B,000 


Itliode Island 


lay 




per day 


Dino 


Maimfrf into 176.000 


Principally N. 


4at(lM 


3at33ct». 


22 at 41 




)d« ihirting, worlii 


Vorfc 


per day 




centi per 




SI7,CKK) 








day 


Ditto 


aami'wl into 1,477,000 


Mostly to And. 


60 at 81 


30 at 31 


180 at 42 




yds. ihirtinK and sheet. 


lobeson, fm 


neh..li.Ht 


ccnU per 


cent* p-rr 




ing, worth f 130,000 


irinting 


ne<;hai>'a 


day 


day 


UUui 


M«nu£i'ed into 9OO,O0U 


Principally N. 


2rat(l la 


Jl at 3S 


90 at Zri 




ydi. ahirtinn k shL-et- 


ViH-k, Philadel- 


por (Uy 


cW.p.day 


ctnti per 




mgu, and 10.000 lbs. 


pluft ii Balti'rc 






day 




jama, xaiuc »80,0O0 










lais 


UftniiAc'cd into print- 


Part >old to A 


t:jatS>OB 


13 at 30 


100 at 43 




ing cl.>(h» 900,000 v<U. 


aobeson, to be 


per day 




cents pep 




mooo 


printed hen 




Jay 


rl»y 



M 



t Doc. No. S0«. ] 



it 


m 


iiiij 


li 

■"■0 = 


!it|ii 

fllfili 

mm 


1 

1 


ill 


111* J' 




III 


3 


Cotton, began 1629— 


Water 


16.000 


W.ooo 


55,000 lbs. Upland an. 


Ueo 


D. Wheelei' & Co.— 








Orlcan. cotton o,J;5 


M.> 


Dcsler Wheeler and 












others, tenants 












Cotton, be(fan 1820— 




4.000 


3,000 


24,755 lbs. N. Orlcaiu: 


Mi.) 


D. & J. Bufflnton— 








cotton 2.:'7(i 




Daniel & brael Iluf 












finlon, tensnU 












Watuppi Manufiiclur- 


140.000 


Leased to 


MUUB 


oit Manufacturing Com 


an; 


ing Co.— Sam'l Rod 












mnn and othen 












Bollin^an-UUlting iron 


50.000 


4,500 


fiO.OOl 


TOO ions nails, 300 ion. 




and making nulls, be 


Water 






hoops 




gan 1821— FaU River 












Iron Works Co.— B 












Durftfe. Holder Bor- 












den, and others 












Sfttinctt, began 1B34— 


Water 


40.000 


80.000 


i(50,0001b«:wool,valu 


Ann 


Sam'IShoi-o&Co.— 








cdat 150^X)0 


ptii 


Samuel Shove ant 












JohnaodJeaacBUdy, 












Calico printirg, begun 


30.000 




lOOOOO 


"1 




IsaiJ-Pall Hiver 










e*^ 


Print Works— Andf. 








Ton a separate sheet 




Robeson 








J 




Cwtinft of iron, 1835- 


3,000 




3.000 


For manufectBrcB in thi 


The 


EaU River Furnace 








place mostly 15,000 


ES 


Co.— Sfanlon Ncncli 










■ud othcn 










pliia 


Bwm caitingB, be^n 






1.000 




Ho>t 


1887— OlirerH-Bush, 










hlo. 












aod 


Ble«;hing k calender- 
ing SoodB-FaURivei 
Bleaching Co.-Mosei 




2,000 


600 


Unigi used yctarly, in 










i-aJue, )a,500 One 










third imported 
















and othara, tenanti 












Manufacture of machi- 


Water 










chinery,ia23-Olivei 












S.Hawei&Co.,Itra}-' 


Amo't of 


apital emp 


oj-edis 






ton Slade&. Co, Ana- 


included 


n [heir oth 


r bu- 






wan HanuCicluiinK 


sliicaa 










Co., and FaU River 












Manufacturing Co. 












Hat inanuBctory,lSt6: 






Capital 






Ju. D. Burt, tenant 






l.OOC 







[ Doc Mo. SOS. ] 



1ST 



<5i 


Pi 

IIJ 


till! 




■1| - 
^1* 




1 

R 


iiilii 


III- 

pit 




LOe 


Muiubctured into 4-4 


Pnncip.-illv (Us. 


aljl pr. 


alSrcts. 


9 at U 




sbcrtinn 150,000 yds. 


posed of hcit. 


Jay 


erdaj- 






M 10 cts. f 13,000 


Troy) 






ay 


Dim) 


Mmu&c'ed into print 


Fo C. Pottcp, 


wsi 


atSOcts, 


S at 413 




in? clotbt 136,969 yds. 


Pnnidence, tot 




Wday 


..ents per 




W,000 


printing 






Uy 


l^mdfroiD 


ICui'edyearlf|117,00C 


Principally N, 


S0at94cU 






■.t.aWttm.vB 


worth of iujIb fc hoopi 


York Sttte 




















■fkAtoauBO 




nN.Vork.Phll- 


MSI 33 




iatSSpr. 


•<i9noil do 


nel«,230,000 yds.Tiilue 


idclphlB, and 




week 


■«t«*|9,iOO 


tata^ow 


eUewliere 






l^.fi«ip, 












iMi<i)ib.uru 




toX'pti'^del- 


leoatra 


lOOat 2S 


10 at 42 
cenlB 


■i ■> pot i. here 


Ml dO*n 1 


phiaiind Boston 








kBlOtot pigi, 


Mmutc'ed yenHy 150 


Moillyforirain. 


]6atS12j 






^rffatigC^ 


torn iron CMtii^ at 


ufactures berc 






MiOHTicupro 


0100 per ton 










aMK|3s 












tfb».>cd,««, 


IfanufiLC'ieyewlr brass 


Ditto 


(at 91 00 






■i'tsoo.onli 


and copper carting* 




per day 






■ «f 1100 worth 


«orth J5.000 












Bleaeb and calendar 


DiUo 


14 Kt flL 








yearly gooili to amo' 
af|10,a» 












Hanchinery mtmii&» 


Ditto 


SaofUn 


lis ore ae 


tgain« 




tored, »4«,000 worO 




ihar otl 








annually 














s Ditto 


Sat»l 








nlue»,000 











US 



£ Doe. No. .108. n 



Si 

If I 



ibHin^ 



ra^ 






sliii 
■3 S-jJ-S 



iil 



c^srr 



1=1 



I4!i|li 



!ni 



•nd shoes— E.Frencti 
k Sons, Leonard Ga 
ficl(l,Gud.D.C(M)k- 
Wn. Mason, Gilbert 
H. DuHVe, ¥.. Divot, 
John U. Hathawny 
Muiulactare ofleaUie 
1812— Edm. Ctuce 



Cabinet miking b 
neu, 1B29— Geo. 
Danfortli, H. Ppck, 
Samuel S. Liscomb 

Msnufac're oflin wu 
«ndslovepipc,1825. 
Thomas Wilcox 

Brush munifactorv, 
1829— Geo. W. HcMh 

Mscbinc making bu 
new, 18i6— Brayt 
SladekCo.—Hrflylon 
Slode and Chns. Law- 



EXPLANATIONS, REMARKS, A«JD AnDmON'AL FACTS. 
In the above manafactoriei of cotton, are used 1 1 2,353 Ibi. Anterican narck, c 
cent* per poundj principally produced in Phibdelphia. 

In the above mamibctonn of cotton, and machine ahopi, 5,565 pdlont of ■ 
used, average price ii 80 centa per gallon, not takjngr Samuel Shove jt Co. inta tli 
The quantity they u«e ia act ag^iwt their names. 

In the above manufactories of cotton and iron, are used 695 tana Anthndt* 
#6 50 per ton. 
In the above manufactories of cotton are 96,434 spiorllea. 

In confornuty to the request of the cent™! committee for tho county ef Bti* 
putpoae of collecting' itatiaticd (acts, Che folloiring statement is ma-lu of t!ie Pall I 
works in Troy, Manachuaetti, by Andrew Robeson, viz. 157,500 p>eei;4 of cloll 
to the piece, arc printed yearly, making 4,4Li),000 yards; average co<il,in the brow 
cents per ywd. TTie value, when printed, dependa entirely nn the q.iant.lyof ^00 
ed;and aa it ia a&ncy business, it ii impowible to say, aa to tlie value of the arbdc 
lar buainew, in as mnch as it varies monthly. 
The principal dug» used per annum, arc — 
10,000 pounds Bengal indigo at - - - . - fl 40 per lb. 

197,000 do or 144 casks Dutch and French madder at - 3J do 

19,000 do nigsT of lead al . - . . . SI do 

30,300 do logwood at - . - • - 3} do 

35,900 do quercitron bark at ■ - ■ ■ 1$ do 

18,000 do itarchat ■ ■ - - - . 6i lo 

3,400 do ftlumat - - - ■ • • 4 do 

i^OPO faltoM pjniigm acid at - - 8 pcrgaL 



C Doe. NiKSeg. ]: 



l«* 



T wn-cv^wMl. 



Hi 

a2& 






nXO vvdi «niii pimte, 
NO ii\ riiect iron, 
■bnitbilfortbe littci 






Minulacture bool 
ihoesanmi ally air 
ing to 118,590 



Tunumit 1,000 ikiiu, 
\iiA 1 000 udei leather, 
■lucd at «S,GOO 

Turn* oul -SOO ■Un* uid 

JOOiidES leather. Tail 
2,S00 



Xm w*te uid (tore pipe 
manubotured, viJue 
t3,000 






About one-bolf 

lued for beltt 



boaU uid shoes 
Sold here 
Ditto 



SI 






I at 1133 
SOatlSS 



WO pound* ■amacil 4J per lb. importad 

yW ^ pnunateoTpotadiit • ■ - » do Am. t im. 

MMgiUoMonimejuicoit ??P"°,!^ miporttd 

MWpoaadaofBritifliguni at • • - - U per lb. American 

S» do mow tMtario add at 80 do do 

no do orpimeatal 3i do imported 

m do anemc at 3^ ^ . 1° . 

VH do W.c«anrteorpo«Mhat - • . 45 do an. k Am. 

MM do blueritriolat 12 do im-kAia. 

^m do peirtahrt ;* do Amencan 

rSw do gS.n«oat "do «V^ 

MOD do P«»— nbwiieaat K T 5* 

MD do nutgalbat 33 do do_ 

UfiOO do Umeit J, do *■">«««" 

U^ do bleachhigpowidM it • - ' If j ""P*"™"* 
UOD do peach woodat J* ?* ? 

LSOO do Braxawoodat *i. j i-TL- 

L90D do Mtb.'Mdaat . 54 do do 

kJiZl^ MhfT MlMtlTt, iiM-huBiy the rt>ole^ aawunto to about y5.000pCTYWr. Codmum 
unfttMi jidTinijM iiMfi mf rftifff f-'":— It "" rH TTTT T^ VubAmi 



DocnarS^Na. Si PAWTUCKET.— ScAafiiAq^ Jbwj 



11 
li 

ill 


jlisl 


ii 


§■5 

il 
H 

pi 




11 
Ii 

h 


Cotton manufac'j 


Waterpow- 


•26,T80 


65,SO0 


160 bales cotton, 50,560 Iba. 


Oa-ft 


commenced. 








at 18, 89,100 




1805. 


#56,000 






110 cords wood, 84}, 595 


Uasi. 


Pawtucket C- 








aOO gaJlona oil, ISO 
Beltleather. 100 


I 










1 


Joint stock CO. 










bapn 


to 1815. 








Ar>«iltUT»l pwducla 
conflQnled in the busi- 
ness, 3,000 


En 


The sMne estate 


101,100 


95,0*0 


15,000 


r«5 bales e««oii,397, 


Bout' 


u above occu 








♦00 Iba., 37,175 




pied by the ae 








65 tons Anthracite 


Pens 


Veral memben 








coal, «8, 520 




of said company 








lora pji. oU. 7acta., asaao 


tnwi 


or their descend 








10 ndea belt leather. 




anti, from 1816 








900 lbs. a 25, 330 




to 1833. Now 








W sides leather, 70 












19 picker rtrong-Ieatber, 76 
15,800 lb. st>N£, 16, MB 




nrindlei, with 








Pa.» 


komslo we»« 








Mdoi.shutUcs, 160 


Uasa 


alltheya™, 167 








10 eross pickers, at 16, 160 




loom*. 








60 reams paper, 120 
130 lbs. twine, 35 
170 hamcMlwine, 170 


Hun 

1 










500 bushels charcoal, 135 












30 cord* wood, 16, IsD 
Hardware, Btc, 175 
Brushes and brooms, 135 
Tools, and other arti. 

files, annuaOy used, 300 
ApricuKural products 


Hd., 
Haa 



EXPLANATIONS, HE] 

The abore eatabliahment is, in part, occupied by myaelf, and all omkr thevsn 
of QKMTeialpTOptietoi*. It UvahiBil at nesilv the amount expended, bntwooU 
itatid that price nmr. In 1839, the nominal Tafaie waa about ombrif that som. J 
■grieultuni ptoduetiont consumed by the penons employed ■ the iiilsli Mil mill. I 

ANBWEBS TO 

Id. EspenM and hMsei as abore rarioiisly Mtimatedi 30 per cent, on the grim | 
of saki I coniider a fiur estimate. 

U. About one-lburth part of capital employed in this branch of buutCM mfty 1 

. 15. Tlie MifttUted linie fbr woA is 13 boun per day on the »Ten(e. lo Ote « 
w«(fc|Mi,aMbitt»Ma»at^inan( batdonotgetorar 11} hoanpMdVi '■^on 



t Doc No. 308. ] 



171 





iir 


mi 
Ml 


il!| 


Hi 


m 


it 
111 


lltf 
fill 




A, 

fib 


I2Jb>te« Perumbuco 


Cotton yam No. 16. 


About} Haas. 








v<d Heiicui cotton. 


tl 00 per lb. Knit- 


" i N. H. 








Sl,»Mlbi,«30cti. 


ting yarn, 1 48 p. lb, 
•IWJ,pUid..fltrq,M. 


Vermont, and 








K,37S 


Connecticut, 








Mlo, 13.300 


checks, and brown 


and one-half 








OteilreAlB^ 3.0M 


tity Dot ucerUuned 


in New York 
and moat of 
the (HHithera 

State* 








hriwMc ul ether v- 




About one-half 


41. 


34, 


158i 


tiefciUMdper ann.. 


OOO/'dsi.Bi, »49,400 


in MawKhu- 




aTcraire 


■THW 


Brown printing; clolh 


■ctti, the other 


H 10 pr 


26cta.pt 


-1^^ 




i wide, 838,000 y'ds. 


half in Ne» 


day*^ 


day*^ 


entspcr 




worth, on in Menwe, 
ajperyd., |M,Ss 


York 






One.Eair 




















theabOT* 
























average 












SBceirt* 












per day 



in ADHmOHAI. FACTS. 

racr, but hsre Mt down the Mnount ■■ new u I aaa ' 
K the pMAtB for UM kit few ycM the reduced Ttlue aloac i* Uk«t 
u eoat, the pnfila would be mutuu)y d' ' ' ' 



Tnm raoM la to sr. 

17. la order to kiwwer thia ^ueition 



atia&ctory to mytelf, hare examined ths booki c 



fipui of die Purtuckel Cotton Manu&cturiDg' Company within named, hmnnf Knmd h im> 

. — .11 ._.«_•. _ ■-'-.the rateoTproiti cMbVearilram their mode of twrwietfan 

« tf Uie profiti, from 1803 to 1615, ■ period of tsn yeui^ 



fMUeto«taUUt,ori 



11(9 C ^^^ Nb. 30f . ] 



Doc. 3.— No. 51.— ANSWERS TO i 

Capital invefted in 1805, with interest, to 1810, $31,580 

Instalments iMtid in, in 1810^- .... 12,400 

43,980 

FartfaeradditMrnalaipita], 1811 and 1813 • - - 6,720 

Intevest to 1815 8,402 

$59,102 

1819 , the company expended, in buildins^ a stone nulV 140 ft. by 44, 
wluch cost, including^ some other real estate and improvements in 
1814 43,638 

The first diridend made by the company was, in 1813, in goods amount- 
ing to $37,156 95, on which there was a depreciation, before sales 
were made, of 15 per eent ..... 3S,105 

The (Usastrous consequence resulting from the close of the war, in 
1815, are well known; business was suspended^ and, in 1816, the 
company closed their concern, and made a division of the real estate, 
consisting of two factory buildings, with the machineiy then in the 
old millf among the sevml members of the company $ nominal value 
attlustime ........ 68,000 

On closing the accounts, sales of goods, &c., they dinded • - 4,987 

Deficiency— estimating 6 per cent, interest on investments as above - 
•—equal say to ^ per cent , making 5} per cent, the annual interest for the ci^iital ii 
for ten years . 

The introduction of the power-loom resuscitated most of the manufiu^turing ettabUs! 
that had remained dormant for several years; aad, in 1819, the several owners coms 
with their old machinery; and, from that time to the present, liave continued their b 
with various soccess, at the reduced value as above, together with improvements 
c^ery. A profit of 15 per eent wan realized in 1833; in 1834^ 8 per cent. ; 1835 anc 
10 per cent.; 1837 and *8, 9 per cent.; avera^^ng. say 10} per cent for ten years. 

In the disastrous year of 1839, the losses by bad debts, Cul in prices, &c., will redi 
•luiual rate of profits for ten years, including 1819 and 1829, 8| per cent. In 1829, x 
tate depreciated fit>m 25 to 50 per cent 

At this reduction in the value of real estate and machinery, the business afforded i 
of about 30 per cen]t in 1S30, and the following year, 1831, an unusual profit was re 
say 35 per cent Taking the three years together, the average profits wiu be 13} pe 
per annuin. The profits of the ten last years may be accounted fin* in the low price o 
caused by the general stagnation in 1829, and the sudden rise in all manu&ctnres of > 
both of which have altered materially within six months past The constant variation 
raw material, as well as other articles consumed; the variation in the value of labor; a 
more frequent fluctuation in the prices of our product^ will account for the diflTen 
profits, wnich must ever vary with demand and supply. 

18. From 4 to 10 per cent. 

19. The cost to tne manufiusturers, of the articles manufiictured, have decreased 
rially from tiie establishment of the manufactory, partly by improved machineiy, ai 
other causes stated in answer to question No. 17. 

30. The first cotton factory esublished in this county was in Pawtucket in 1799. In 
'6, and '7, several establishments were erelcted; and a further increase took place i; 
vid '10, and a gradual increase until 1814; .the quantity of different articles manu& 
vninot be easily ascertained fibr each year» or the exact proportion of increase^ . 

83- Household manufifctures are very inconsiderable; have diminished conndenUj 
1834^ in consequence of more profitable employment for women and ehildren m ibe 
ikcAories; the decrease from 1814 to 1834 was much greater.than since that period, . In 
tlie ftnners were obliged to pay for cotton shifting No. 16^ 44 oents a yard* and other 
coods in proportion: they can now obtain a snpeiior article in 9 cents: «fc that ta 
fi&rmera could obtain of the manufacturers from 11 to 13 cents for weaving the same < 

34. There are no articles imported similar to those manufiu;tured, or that c^me in c 
IfAoa with them, (prints excepted.) 

S5. Homo con^ietition having supplied the market at cheaper rates than the Mune 
N impoited. 

, 37 Th^ whole consumption of the tJmted States is suppfied by dcmiestic manufiwti 
all articles miunufiKtured m this part of the county. For tne different descriptionB, wa 
mmexed. 



[ Doc. No. 30S. ] 



nONS mOM L3 TO 37.— Continued. 

?B. In in the Umted St»tei , a few ei 
3Q. A nnllput. uy I-IOtb, nc suld for cash, tlic remunder un ■ credit of 4, 6, ind I 
monthiibnt luinJI unount now dispoied of in bu^er in any branch. PreTlmi( to 1814^ ■ 
Urge aiMaM vu dupoaed of, in barter, for varioni uticles coniumcd in manufucturct, and 
far uricahunl product!. Since tbat p(.riud, tlie CMiise of trade hai materiitlly chuigi:il. 

31. JhtefTea. of br^^ng up the manufacture of cotton, which i* the principal buninei^ 
Tould deKTor our prewnt prosperity, ind depopubte tbi* put of the county at leait one- 
lulT; n^ initeui of our preient beautiful and nouririuoff villayei, with a happy and thriving 
Mwktiaii, tlie deiolatinjr Kcnea of 1816, uide ipread diimay and deaolatinn, would ajpun 
bttihibited. .\s to what other employment tlie penoni now engaged in the nunulacture 
oTcoKaa could resort , I know of none that would enable them to aupport themselves uni 
batH. The value Of landi would be nuterially dinuniahcd, and the buildings and macliine- 
rrd'wiTalue, ai there would be no purchaaera. A lar^ proportion of tlie pcciona em- 
plDfcdin the cotton milU are the familm of widowa, who WMild have no meani of aiipport, 
tbciehc'inr no other eraplojincnt to which ttiey could reaot*. 

33. By le«eninff the preacnt rate of duty, we ahould be ezpoaed to heavy importationi 
cfEnglilh &brica; and our milU muit >lop, unlen ourlaberera will work at half their present 
lue^ which would probably be a mere tubiiitence. 

U. 1 am unacquainted with any branch of manufacture that would uutain the Aock of 
Ik pK^Mcd iduction. Before thia can lake place, our citiien* muit be reduced to the 
nfciarEDgliih labor, which enables them to fumiah machinery at leu tjian half we now 
)ij br it. In dut event, there would be a total loa of 50 per cent- to the preacnt propriC' 
Hn (f nulla in all inveatnenti of machinerr. 

the cotton mami&cturc in thia part of the county, and the pertona engaged 
: no capital lo employ in any buuneai; moit uf them having Ihtw' ou tm- 
teted in that bunneaa. 

ST. DoneitiG competition hat already reduced the price of the common cotton fabric m 
■odkaato prohibit importatlona. I hear of no frauds attempted in this deacription of gooda. 

ji friei af eallon and irvon ikatiilg* i widt , from IBOSfo 1833, atctrtainal from the 
■* '-we/eotlim vt tied^girmtj/an, and lie sofci of tkirtingi for the tame ptriodM. 



i 

3 

1 


1 
■1 


r 

s 

1 ^ 


•1 

Ii 

1 




1809 

1810 

1111 ifld 1812 

UUud 1814. 

181J 

1816 

Wud U18 

1819 

m,'n,k'a 

1823 
IS34 
1835 
IWud 1827 
1828 
1839 
1830 
1831 
1833 


30 
39 
18 
16 
16 

34 
32 
30 
16 
16 
18 
13 
I2i 
11 
lOi 
11 


27 
25 


4a 

43 
43 
43 
43 
36 
30 
93 
18 
13 
12i 

in 

11 
11 

n 
i' 


It may be proper here to remark that, previous to 
1813, so imperfect waa the machinety then in uae, 
and so Uttie ikUled were the workmen in the 

not be made from upland cotton, but required a 

wai the principal lon^ aUpIe cation used at that 
time, with oeCBslonally a bale of Sea Island from 
South Carolina. Previous to 1814, ihe price paid 
for weaving brown slurting No. 16, per yard, 

- the power loom, which ii the price, 8 centi, k 
aimilap fabric now commands in market— and, mv 
til 1810, ihe price paid for picking cotton br 
hand— there bein^ no pickers in use— was as fol- 
lows: 1805tol80r, r ccntjperlb.j lB08,6eenU( 
and 180? and 1810, 5 cents per lb.( require a 

hands of pickers, and the yam in the hands of 
weavers; requiring a capita], independent of miU 
and machinery, at least ten fold what U now re. 
quired. 



m 



C Doc. No; 808. 3 



D«ci)KUT ^— Mo. S3.— FAWTUOKET.— SbbdHit tf Mmu, 



n 
1. 




KB 


§•5 
S.St 


1 The different kinds, with 
. the qauitily and value of 
ewblind, of materials used 
per annum, which arc pro- 
duced in the United SUte., 
and of agricultuntl and 
otherdotaeitic productions I 
convumed per annum. | 


31 

.s: 


iliii 


lilt! 


1: 




Wftter pow. 


















ffO baJei cotton, 107,480Ib». 


Soutl 


ture purcha^d 








at Hi #12,360 




b7 the present 








24 tons aathrac'itc cod 193 


Penn 


J„0„,,UJU 


V 20,000 


»17,O0O 


M,00« 


300nUoasoIl 221 

395 &)■. belt leather 117 


Main 

Mass 


Walcott Manu- 








Lace and itrinE leather 20 












S.800 IbB. alMch 348 


Pem 


pnny 








Shuttles and picket* SS 
20 reams paper « 
30 Iba. hamcM twine 30 
40 lbs. packiner twine 13 
50 buiheU chitrcoal 37 


Uaw 










RlM>d 










S cords wood at 16 30 












Hardware, nails, brushes 












and brooms B5 












Tools uid other wticUs 












annually used 100 














Sood 










connuned annually 3,SO0 


ICdt 


B. Kent 


♦ ,«00 


3,000 


1,000 


44 bale* coUon, 19,360 Ibi 
« U 18,129 60 

3 tons coal 24 00 
60 nllOQ* oU 47 00 
Le;Lther 30 00 
Starch iO 00 
Shuttles ind piokera 15 00 
10 lbs. harness twine 10 00 
10 bushels charcoal 3 OG 

4 eotd wood X4 00 
HardwMe, fcc. 15 OO 
Brushes and broonu 7 OC 
Tools. &c. 13 OD 
AEricultuiil producU 


Gear 
C. 
Pent 
Hau 
Mus 

HaJi 

Stmt 
Hid 



C Doc. No. ao& 3 



175 



1 

i 


lit 


lilll 


ri 


ill 
jtfl 

li 


IS 




390,000,^ 
■1 8 eenti per 
jwd »31,000 

[brown riiutiogi, 
Vr,J0O Tdi. at 7 
c«of perrd. ft^J 




10, average 
H 11 per 

d.y 

3, aveoge 
$1 pr. dar 


«, avei«Kt 
38 cents 

3, average 
ar els. per 

day 




an 


ILMMfauaetts 


pirU,ftvc5rage 
a8 centa per 

IJ ofthe above 
avenge eOcti. 
perdaj. 

a, ^erage 3ri 
c«afp«dv 






II 


Ui» 


^Jl'ig 


!■! 


|lJtl|ll 


1^ 


ft 

If 

III 


Ml 

jllls 


ffiii 

lllll 


III 


.s| 

1 


Dwight InpTdum. 


112,000 


■ 10,000 


1,300 


110 bale! MissiHip. cotton. 


HUsiad 


cotton manufac 


Water 






U,492 1bs.at 12icts 


.VlabMi 


ture, commence 








»6,1«4! 




ediaas. 








13 tons Miftnicite coal 10* 
300 K<aioni oil 334 
Belt lealher JO 


Peimiy 
Maai^ 










da 










Lace leather and striiiK 20 












1900 lbs itarch 114 


Pennsy 










Shuttles 32 


Musac 










Pickers, fcc. 68 












10 reams paper 18 












30 lbs hamess twine 30 












IJlbspackinptwine S 
JO buaheb cbarcoil 13.50 


Bhodel 










8 cords wood, at 6, 48 












Brooms and bn«hes 13 












Hardware, &c. 3f 












Tools and ntlier articles 












used per annum 30 












Afrriooaural products 


Southei 












Uid.1 










ers, ttc. 300(1 






13,000 


M^OOO 


6,000 


350 biJescaUon, 140,0001b 


South'B 


purchas'dbythe 








at 11 cent* 












5 tons anthracite coal ISO 


Pennayl 


tor in 1830i wu 








J50 callons oil 358 
Leather 110 


Hanacl 












leiS, and cost 








1300 lbs starch, at 5 S5S 


Petin,] 


about $50,000, 








Shuttles and pickc™ 1»S 


tlaasacl 


the fbnncr own- 








J reams paper 37 




er* Med 1839. 








lbs harness twine 40 
lbs packing twine 10 
35 bushel charcoal S3 
5 cotds wood, at 6 90 
arooma, brushes, tools, 
and other articles n»ed 
13i 
igHcoltunl products 
coniumed by laborers 

3.500 


Rhode 1 
o. atxi 



EXPLANATIONS. BBKJ 

The establMhinnit, now owned by Ur.WilUnMin, wu erected in 1813, U)d,fhiBtl 
Inbrntatiatt I can g;«^ nibjeclad the ownera to gieat loM. The inmle of the bnUdii 
tamt out is 1835, nfMircd, and agwii filled wMtmachmery; (the boildiniria of itcMe. 



[.DM; No/ 408. ] 



m 



m 
111 



111 






I Hill 






^ = eg 

f -Si 
|1lt 



1^ 

!fl{ 



1 piintin^ cloth, 

239,700 yd* tt 11 cn 



36 cU IT. 40 cU 



ftv. 1.13 >r. 37 cb 






IWi 



i:in«,:No*«o«r!] ; 



na.— No. Wl^-f AWTITCKgT— Mrfrii-df - M i w l / i i M i 



ill 

III 



115*5 



Soildioz n&chi- 
ner7 for cotton, 
1810. 

Iiuned Pitdwr. 



Sweet, hoob and 
Cabinet furliitiire 



ilif 



irflit 

= E 3^ ^ « a "■ 



b^n, steel, and lurd 

re »6.000 

Cast Meel. 

ns anthracite coal 130 f 
15 chaldroni Kft coal 235 
1,500 bus cbarcoal 
300 gallons oil 334| 



Dye-Muffs 3,000 

Surch 1,000 

300 tons coal, T 3,100 

SO cords wood T 

A^cultural product* 
consumed by laboren 
per annum 3,000 

900 



Leather, value 
Lumber, nJue 



. I Boe. No. 308. ] 



111 
111 



S81 



Mill 

Ills 






Si. Si 

4!f 






AH 

18 8,1 



Pi 



11 40 p.dkjr 



Bolond euabik, 
8r8,530Tik. ft 
VdM ifcloihfaibnnni 

rtate. 
San« number yd^ 

ftrBarket,warth 93,940 

XX) pur boots >nd 
ihoe^Ydiudmt 1,800 

Value of Miflad 
pioduct ^000 



»»« 



[ Qoo. No. S0«< 1 



Daencurr 3— No. »— NORTON Seitdule of 






ii'll"! 

■"■S3§ 






n 
III 

III 



si-aS.sS'S'S 



lis. 

an 



14 



Cotton bktdng Mid 

nddinK- 
Copper foundry 

tnd null. 



55,000 Iba. cotton 
1,000 lbs. starch 
3S cord* wood, (3 50 
100 buBh^ cokl 
IGB ^>la. oil, ftt ^5 
Belt leather, shuUlea, 
bobbins, IScc. 

35,600 lbs. cotton 3,916 
1,000 Ihi. rtaroh 7< 

18 cords wood 61 

100 bushels chuico^ i: 
1 50 gals, oil, at » IV. 
HcJt leather, dluttles, 
bobbins, &c. 

31,000 lbs. cotton 3,410 
900 lbs. starch 
10 cords vood 
SOO boxh. chwcoal 
ISOnlb oil. It 75 113 
Bcltlea., shuttles, tec. 

Cotton and etMon wute 



EXPLANATIONS, 



Sou. Stalet 
New Tact 



Sou.8tBtca 
NewTwk 
Norton 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 







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if 


ill 

lifl 
fill 


- 


IGO/WO Tdg. 4-4 diert- 
ing«,No.lO 9lfi,SM 


BHton, New 
YorkfcPlii- 
ladelphiA 


Sktrsct 


*atl7ct. 


Si lit 93 

cent*. 


- ■ 


144,000 38 inch slurt- 
ins. No. 16 13,960 


do do 


4>tfl 

SS cu. 




12 at 47 

cents. 




130,0«) yd*, as inch 
No.I6ibirtinni10,60a 
1,000 lb.. No. 16 
jHH,100, SSidiw. 373 


do do 


JBtll 




H »t 47 
cent!. 




5,000 lb*, wadding 
uid tntting 60( 

3he«l copper, bolti, 
Miike.. 











iBimmoNAi. FACTS. 

mniHld. Tlw unount Diade ii (nan J^OOO to 16,000 wortb. The itnw ia produced 
"' MtOWH. 

ELIJAH UOWARD. 



[Doc. No. 308. ] 

■ 3.— No. 55— NEW BEDFORD.— SAedi^ a/ Jfonu/I 



II 



i-a.|» 

iiil 



mil 

liili 



Iflli'ii! 



i 



!!■ 



gtup building 



129 sblpi Sc 
barquca, " 
brigs, to 
S9,62J. 



5,00:) ft. live oak timber 5,00C 
1^00 ft. wltite otk do. 2,5(Ki 
^,000 feet plank 3,000 

6,50) lbs. comp. apikci 1,600 
9,130 Iba. copper bolts 3,380 

3 1 1 ,000 b«r. and ciska SBS, 
602,450 rbs. cordage 73,394 
air,460 lbs. tow lines 33,793 
8.670 barrel* flour S6,35S 
j,356 baneU-beer J3,6A0 
3,304 Iba. pork 
i6,3S0lha.rice 2,2S(J 

1,9.19 bu. peas U beans 
463 quintals codfish 1,336 
9,470 bush, potatoes 
3,378 lbs. cliocolatc 
39,840 Iba. checM 
36,400 iba. butter 
47,900 lbs. dried »ppl< 
694 barretn cider 
1,056 baiTcla lar 
3,960 buahcUcora 
13,430 whale iron* 
3,484 apadea 
447 whale bokts 



3,841 



Moauchi 
Middle E 
New Bo 



Plym-N. 
Do 
Maryl'd; 



Carolina) 
Uassachi 



364,000 feet boards 

40,380 lbs. cop. nails 
7,000 lbs. brax. coppe 
30,800 Iba. leather 
1,640 cords wood 

i,000 lbs. candte wick 
35, 000 Iba paper 
13,000 lbs. potiah 
31,000 candle boxes 
3(K> corda pine wood 

1,318,000 stares 
640,000 feet yel. pin< 
boards for heading 
1,000 tons Iron hoopa 
33,300 Ibi. nvels 



34,585 

3,480 
4,060 
10,095 
r 3,800 



5,so: 



New£ 



i;2IXi|p>irti»Te 

Ver. & 1 

7.750 Vew Be< 



,100 
60,000 

ss,aoL 

113,000 
2,775 

i.ioo 



Cain's fi 
FaUri 8i 
New Ba> 



KXPLANATIONS, RBM. 

In the ettimate (br ilup bwUing, Ae inatenili required for building the new tcmc 

ucriTeii. ItwiH bepweeiTedBbataiaipre*'""""'"**^'^**, and.of couiee, 

tm^A of tindier, plank and other matenali, ftre reqiured Tot repMrin; old Tcnel 

wbole Dttmber of day*" labor hang equiralent to about sixty men in oonMant tailor tl 



[ Sue. No. 308. ] 



las 



iK.M,a~ 




MnritU, BVJbMn. W 


1^ 


|f| 


lll 


tlili 


iP4 


l^s 


S..S .6, 


if 

nil 


1 


Jtil 


mi 

-•11^1 

iiiiti 


t-m 11,360 


Two ihip. huilt m 


No* Bedford 


8,000 dayi' work on 




1S31, one of Uvc 




new shipi^ 10^000 




oak, one of white 




dayi' work repair' 




orit,794ton»,.tW0 




in|rvcMel*,at|l 75 




»31,7fi0 




per day 




5(VUt barrdi 


t goes U Airope, ita 


3,103 men, whoM 


wrrt 


wh«teaU 393.724 


South America and 


ahaKt amount to 


«n 3,330 




W.Indies, tin U.S. 


abmit 30 per cert. 




48.49J bar- 




of die whole pro. 


ir,B5e 


rel) ipena. 


in the United Sutci 


cccds of Uic voyage 


bnBh» 


oU >t »3S 






«.9ia 


perbbL 1.313,373 
419,318 lbs. 






LGoflee 3,185 


i goes to France, 1 to 




.adiM «ai 


wtialeboM 


HidludandBeiw, 




bapra;513 


atSOct^ a3,900 


ny, 1-6 U ^ued in 




ito^ 9.100 




United SUta 




b.Ae>ihl 








«»■ n^ 








'.;'■":'-; " 




SoMpuUyintheU.S., 


WroeuatW 2S 




■permaceti 


partly in Uie We.1 






t>nUca 230,680 


Indiea, and part bi 
South Amenca 




- 


Z31J30 bar- 


Used in the wIuJc fuh 


305 men at fl 43 


: idioilcuka 


ery 






atfl 33 334, la 






-z^.- 









■■■ta'Hd lifcl*Ml«l>i>ii' buHnwM, I have gifw m aeoaut af.Alat i* tew in 
^St^SStt AfaM-riMa, mA whhdi I thoagfat too fewn hmnoaMtobe omittod. . 
Il j^ll 1^ ra ^BiwtfawB braMheamatowitoribe^aarilawBedfMdiatiat 

\, blocfciaaker^ tc. find empbyment in pniporlion to the nunibcr of 
* "ifftraice, in thcK mpeeli, between the wuti of ft wtaAa- 

Mfite lamiga of the wbali Uury, atitcdabnSitiuMKM 

■ rfJtewBa J iarf rt^V^'y ' T w rf wtfaitwMpiaiidooarfMftwdi.iniifcifaK 
»^fca>«arfaarf,MKiiwriJiitiij ■ ■ ^^ • 



19«- [; Dee. No^ 3U«, 3 

DoctTKirr 3.— Noi 57.— NEW BEDFOBD.— &4iduJe »/ JN 



1 


i 


iliji 

fiifl 


si 
III 


If-g p 






86,000 




u.ooo 


B»bblatar,ata 9400 


Nori 


Twine fiictoiy - 
Twotanyaii 


500 






WOO lb. flai 9O0 




6,000 


WM 


5^ 


400 hidea tBOO 


New 










3000 calf skim 3000 












80 cord, of b«* 600 


Stat. 


Glare leather - 


3,000 




3,500 


4000 (dieep and hunb 
pelt. 800 


New 


Salt nuking 


70,000 


' 


' 


3,500,000 ftlumber49,0a0 

Nail, and other ftwen- 
in^ 5»S0 


auih 


Prussian blue 


3.000 


SOOforn'm 




Pnusiateofpotaah 7000 


BaU 






2.100 




Coppcraa a»d alum 500 


Vta 


Paper hangings 


5,000 


14,000 


Paper for staining 6000 


MlM 


Plane making ■ 
Soap and tallow 

chandlery 


1,000 


800 


500 


Sizing 500 
Beechwood fr Kocki J30 


U.. 


3,500 


1,000 


5,000 


50,000 lb. tallow 4350 


Clue 










New 




6,000 


3,500 


20^000 


5000 lb> greaw 350 




foundry 1 two of 








500 


Had 


lhc« ■ 








103,000 Iba old dieathing 

17.000 

coal 500 
9000 buah charcoal 1125 
30,000 lbs old lead 1000 


From 
Peni 
Froii 


Bbckamitha 


lfi,B0O 


19,000 


38,500 


70 bMu Amer. iron 7000 




14 .hop. 








335 chal Ka coat 3700 
23,500 bu charcoal 3700 


s 



EXPLANATTOm; I 



The btimeM ds«e in onr nnewalka Mh v«7 fa jfaart of wpf^'lwcMr avii 
la beUered tlut iMfe than hair of all the cordafi uaed here it made inrlfmaatb 

•nUilowlMJihif hsMHlMMla g)oveiatM««p«tt.B.l« whM« tbsMBapn 
>iiirtiii iiil>lili<Miiil te Jrewi^fhr loHhwi M Iha itarea h« M^to rUU 

HbjiiAera m iMledftaHMraMeitfc w— U ll r b Ihietown-BlbPyMwrf I 



I Doc. No. 3n& ] 

t, l&nufaditrttt Murktlr JVorkmea, ff'aget. 



1 


lit 


fill 


Sii 


111 




as J3 ° 
II 5 tit 




pi 


i 


■BMftMinp^ 


rawniconU^SlB.Si' 


Sew Bedford 


2\J al %\ 


' at J5 




uu Hkniib 


32ton*to*aueii B,360 




pr da) 


prilay 




• 1V« 














6000 lbs Iwliie 240( 


NVw Bedford 




1 bOJ-8 






10.000 lb« l«lIii.T 2*>0 


ilo 


6 at#l 








3000 calf ikina 4UO0 


do 










I2O0 skins ^lo loalli 79. 


Philmlelplila 


! St 31 








lV10d-,n<ML-l\e-^ 39) 


do 








* 


12,000 bush ftilt tUlOU 


Mass. Con. Me, 


19 on <ba 
of the 


reaoffm. 

product. 


Mlol.fi 


. 


10,000 IbiPniSiHim blue 


Boston, K. y. 


3 men 








10, 'Ut 


Pbil:ul>. 








jwtlyftt. md 


r0.000 r<.1U of pape, 
bwijrinB. 14.0U0 


F.. and M. StM. 


4 at »1 




Igwom'n 


'dj»» laoo 








at 50 els 


wnm 1000(;iirf>c7itoVpl:.ncs3'0.i 


Maiwcliinetts 


S at I. SO 


I boy 


prday 


Wli 500 S'J.llUO IbH KOikp 36u; 


W 1. and Soutli 


: at f 1 








3«,W)ylb*eamlki3J0u 


.\m^jica 








»il>dto-(nmi 


S9.000 Ib^ Gumptmi'oi; 


-\ll Wkk are 


16atl.J,- 






>iia. 300 

lUiclLtintrom 


■!p;k« Senilis afi,roo 


Uj,'alii N Uc'IT. 








Irass articles 2')0(; 


and F;.litmvcn 








SIJCU IU5U 


iloppcr pumps 70u 


^■rd Ihu whale- 








■<n»iu.6O0 


Copper kettles 3i0 










Do tulles, plgg;ns,&r. 


men, except a- 










1000 


63.H i ol'the 










CinrUemo'.IJs SOU' 


fLfi.Ile mo..Ws. 










V-y-'-l ihsiiijibdh «C/ 
Lea.l min'ifacfd 1000 


wh.cb Ko to 0- 










thcr towns. 










0,''i-lb!.Hbleul ISDO 










Mgnlron 


9000 whale Iraiis Hia 


.Ul these arc 


20 men 






3t,atP0 


ISOOiipulcs 308. 


lU-d on board 


-t 1.53 






led U03 


Jieo lances 23:i: 


b.»lalV.hps 








ioM 1« 


151 boat ancbon lU8T 




ki BW 


la* blubber hook* liBli -.(Si ton* ^n kes !.\ :.-. 'JlMH lOs li.iuks ind 




tliimblcs li.)6i 400O.lrive« 132'Ji 860 co ope is' liammcrt 8d4i I^JO 




punches Mid cold chiseLt Ai<H .131-' boanlins & ininin^ knives 640^ 





Wfl mariin sp.tcsS^ni otbcr artjeles for sh.ps7000. 



MAL FACTS. 

l7Jd pun of gloves, valne r7500( 3200 liats, value 114,000, 40 cvrlaffes, vilue 
labout I IU,0()U worth of furniture. A small pottJon of the latter lo sent to South 
the othen arc not siifGcienI to supply the deiuuul at ho ■<<.■■ 

TUUMA9 A. 6BBBNB. 
aiama, *A mwi/A (.fpnV) 3<MA, 1B33. 
24 



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1 


ssJg 


Hill 


1| 






III 


lull 


|iiH 


111 


i 

^ 


Iron foundry, 


#3,000 


irso 


|2,00o|70 tons pig S. scrap iron. 




coffcf mills, 








at WO laiioo 




kfinebnda. 








3do.!i!ic:etirDntcscnps, 
It SI 30 360 
H ood »nd lumber 150 
7S loads clinrooal 375 
40 lon-i antliracito 300 
American japan 150 
BruiiS for omamentinf- 

Boies for packing coffee 
miUi lio 

Do. for packing brwls 80 
Paper & twino for do. 120 
30 tons Cock plates 3 ,60U 


raur 


Forge lud »n- 


6,000 


3,000 


3.000 




AH 


oorshop 












Lother 


'■ 


000 








Shingle* 


1. 


000 








Btruw.bmid.w.d 












p.Jmle:rfh»ta 












SUnsfield. 












4 cotton fiictD. 


36.D0l> 


31.000 


6,500 


154.500 lbs. cotton at lOjcls, 




"" 








600 gaU*. oil, at BO cts. 
50 barrels starch, at $11 
60 cords wood, at 53 50 




Woollen factory 


S,000 


3,000 


6,000 


SU.OOOvds. cotton «arp, 
at SJ cts. 1 .650 
aS.SO'ilbB. wool,«t55, ia,375 
500 (faia. oil. al Hil W) 
23 cords wood, Bl 84 100 


Hast 


Sboen>U> 


*,000 


3,000 


3,500 


Rolled iron 
Copper 


Bort 
Taui 


Stnw bonnets 








Strftwbrwd 10,000 


Neig 


Mid pilm leaf 










lo- 


luiU 













[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Ukf, St, itdtriaU^iOtd, ibmufaclara, Markrlt, JVorkaten, iVagt*. 



i»7 



Hi 

f 

hi 



111- 

II I- 



A E jT i J- 

Mil 

§-^ § ill « 
_ f S » - * 
3 I B1 g^ 
^ 0.0.9-= A 



111 



IS- 5^3 



f!ll 



•uieogbb a,ObO coffee mills tS ,000 
M pbtn 50,OOD,(K>0 bnuU 5,0UJ 
* SI3n65ton«ca«*ini^ei 
I siting df andi 



Hf^ 



1 imfoflmK* lor the 



2,4511 T 

1,000 

2,00UT. 

r.soo 



mchori 
rOOsdci 

ail skins 
990.000 shiiigW 
Maiui&c tares 



SSr.OOOyUiIa cloth, 
UScti. 46,S60 

r,J001b».yBrr.iit20, l.SOO 



50,000 yds. doth 
>t lh« Twinloii 
calico urorki, ihc 
residue in Binton, 
N. Y., h Philad. 
Boston 



10 tons iron dioe luiU 4,000 
S Ions copper do 3,500 
Huiuricturc9 44,000 



RMJAH HOWARD. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



DocrMST 3.— No. 59.— rAIRHAVEN. BRISTOL COUNTY 



SI 



ah I 



Shjngple mill 
3 tan yirdi - 

Oil reliiung, & 

] rope walk 

Salt nuk:nfr 



Ml J* 
Jllll 



3.S00 
31,000 



■^l Oil-si 

* « 5 5 .f-S * 



^7,000 pounda cottan, 

SOU gaUoiu apenn oil SOU 



IS inthncilc coal ISO 



Cotton wisti' &L baggfin^ 800 
Oiil: and pine Logs 



4.400'9001il(lcb 

Bao calf skins 
90 eunU bark 

SOO lbs. whale oil 
10 caslu potaah 
50 bbls. tar 



5,000 ft. white oak timbt 

)5,U0i; ft. plank 1,.' 

3.300 lbs. coinpo. «pike« 
l.GDOIbs. copper bolts I 



[ Doc. No. 308. 1 

tit.. Material uKd, Wi-nu/orfures, Marktif, Workmtn, fPaga. 




li,em lb4. rtocldog vuti 

I0,000fdi. erotti Tot piint- 

•ng 3.300 

laUd lbs. ondlewick 3,00U 

tm.OOO ydK. brown 

ing 9,600 

tonyim. No 16 
tOOUrdi. cbcclu&pbids SOU 



'orthcm Si Mic 
die Stai™ 

Vcw Eoglaiid 
New Bedford 
Kew Bedford 

New Vorl:, &c. 
,000 N' v/ Bedford 

New Bedford ani 
FairluTen 

Northern States 
NS««£ihSlupPuker,406taiw 16,340 New Bedford 



9 Utb. whale oil, at 35ifr>eito Butope, 
taper gallon 91,6i7 i to W. Indin 
and S.Amenca 
SiKnn ml and 1 
ofwIuleoilcD 
■umed in V. 8. 
ito Pnnce, i to 
Holland ft Oeis 



3,169 bbh. n 
SJperbbL 



New nedfoM, N 
Yfc. !l Nsntucki 
PhiLdrlplua 



1,000 da^' 
work at 81 
75 per day 



somen, vhoieiharwaiiioiuit 
to about 30 per cent of the 
proceed* of the f oyage. 



m 




[Doc. No. 308. ] 






Do<:t-«»T 3.— No. 59.— FAIM 


1! 

it 

Is 

k 


m 


iiiij 
ml 


§•5 




^1 


1 




m 


Itp 


^1 














SpenMccU 


«8,000 






ra Ihs. candle wick, at 60 


Fairiiap 


cuidlei 








ccnl« 42 












1,250 lb». paper, at IJJ 15« Wn«h» 












Bri-iF 














Awiindcop. 


4,500 










pcrlbuidr; 













EXPLANATIONS, BE) 

The rtal eitate occupied far (lie ibb^e mill, i* included in the esUnnte for cott 
rie* abore, it bcinjf connected wtlh one of thoie eMabiishmcnti. 

In tl)« edinuite for ihip-building, the materiali uid Ubor emplored in buiU 
veueli only,aTe given, tu. for one ihip built in 1811, a large amount of labor, ant 
iidrrable quantity of material! are annually uaed forrcpuire. 

The materials UKil on board the whale ihipa Irom thia town will bew the aanu 
tliuse given for Neui' Bedford, aa the number of veMplH in Fairtkavcn doea to tlut 
Bedford, tbe mode of fitting tbc abip» being preciK-ly the aame In the two place 
*Bme remark nill ■pp>}' **> w cooperii^ and blacknnithii^ bwine^ as coauccted 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

BlISTOL COUNTT— C«irtBU«f. 



i 

to 


1 

IP 
III' 


pi 

iii|ti 

llllll 


III! 


HI |i| 
rlllill 




30,000 Ibi. sperm candlci, 


SoLlin the U. S 


3 men 






tX -n cent) 8,I0( 


M crt Indiea, uk 










B. Ami-rici 







c estimates fov tli« 



iAH ADDITIONAL PACTS. 

•kile SAen't » that E have thought it uniiecesMr)' to Trpi^a 
tlHicbeiDfbui^new, or for the outfiti of the whaling fleet in Fairlmven. 

TltCK is only one nierniaccti candle factory in operation. . Another valuable cotablish- 
■m; iw« erecting. ai:l nearly completed, i* not in-hided in the ubovc eatimiLtc. 

Tbe bnMa.id cupper fonnclry \% ■ Dew eMabliilimi nt jii»c abmit commencing' opcrationa, 
beii«i|in; to the ovncn of the principal eitabliihment in New Bt'diuiil. 

TIIOS. A. GRKF.NK. 
■Tt* anrvnii, 4 nft (.SpHt) 30, 1833. 



I»> 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocvKUiT 3.— No. eO — £AS TON.— &Acrfu& of Shnufadm^ 










»23,000 


»l8.0(Kl 


1S.0OO 


10.000 


30,000 


5,000 


1,000 




3,000 


_ 


1,000 


- 



|I|S||I| 



till 



3 cotton factories 



Boot! and ahocs 



2,000 loadscharcoil 

»5 lU.OOU 

jOO cnrdfi wood at :i I,JOU 



500 toni ore at j 3,S0U 

lUOO Jo 3,000 

:jLi0toii9 pig iron CUKl 

on a mithricilc 

il 

140 ch. Virg. ciwl 1,150 

>,0O0 bui. charcoal 
6,500 dozen shovel 

handles 6,500 

Oil, cedar, voad,and 
f^inditonct 



. Markd*. WorJcmm, Wage*. 



i$» 



11 




pi 

1 IPs 

llllll 


ili! 


it 

|itl|ir.r 


G 


»' 


PS 




395,000 jdveioth 


.u.. 


^«« 2J 


6>t30 


M >t .ir j 




»I ri cti. ^,633 












331^00 Um. }vni 


■'l **" - u 










M » cta. ■«,500 










■* 






100 «t 1 OO 






N ia,otw 












■ 


sop toni castings for 
fkctoi^d anf nu- 


HuprindpAf 




. ^ ■*. 






eKnciy M.mW 




-"■'■■•■'■■: 






llMit 


6.J00dol. shQveU 


■,000doi.mMt» 


■65 It t 33 






1^10,«X1 


>od sp«le. JS.tM 










1*^117 




.000 do N. V. 






















,000 do Ve»n. 








£% 




.500 do Mhcr 










UlrioftlieDnlnn 








-•» 












M 














BiU T.OOO 




S 




- 




lS^p»iriboei4J'70fl 




«»Brtp»id 
4Rrine;30ti 








4,050 pur boot) 7,5(X 


lUrMpiiiHiilitof 

the Tmia u wld 

In other TdMli 
before it Umul- 

bonncts. 










500 biubeU pegs 1,000 




' 


[ 





R[.MMI MnWARm 



iMT t <)*^- A^- ^^ J 



U^tmwHT d'-^A. 6f^IlABrrMOUTB, BRISTOL CO.^SdUduk of Afa 



• ••.*S«al ii ftita gnd fixtvci^ including vmt8» miQs, and all other 

iDpantHi .. • $Xt 

ll^6M^000 feet of lumber from Maine, used in builcUng the 
worka - f 

Kfuli and oChe^ fkftenings for the lanie; made in Wardiam 
bikI Bridgwater 

33,600 bushels of salt, annual |>roduct, at 40 eta. per bushel - 1 

This salt is sold principally in the New Kngland S ates; about 
twenty4wo men are employed in tending the works, wbt> 
receire a share^ from one-fifth to one-sixth of the product, 
ftr their senrices. 

MBgnenafVm'ks . .The real estate aiuifuUures are valued at - r 

100 hhds. of bittern from the salt works and about 7^ caska 
of pearl ashrs from Vermont, are tfae materials used in the 
manufacture; value of these .... 

800 lbs. of magnesia are the aanval product, 30 cts. per lb. - 
It is sokl in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, and con- 
sumed in the country. 
Two men are employed at 1 dollar per day. 

j&c9W«f(^ Oi7illi'i/..R^l estate and fixtures, water power - - * «2^ 

7Sb bushels of flaxseed from Albany and Baltimore, per tai, - ' ' 

l,tOO galls, of Unseed oal at 95 ota. - $1 ,3S5 j T!ie aanuiJ ,. 

30^000 lbs. of oil cake - - 375 5 pra4^ ' ^^ 

They are sold at New Bedford, and in the vicinity. ; " 

Only one man employed in the husiiMss. , 

Are 'JhHjfordi. , . Real estate and fixtures, including tools 

They tan about 850 hides, value 3,400 dollars, and M) caV 

■kins, 500 doUars .... #3,900 

And use eighty-five aofd* of bark, worth 600 

Make about 30,000 lbs. of leather, at 23 cts. • fi,600 

500 calfskins . - 1,000 






[ Doe. No. 303. ] fi9S 



MwnAJtfy, ISc, MatendBU9tdy Manufaeturet, JHarkeU, Wothnent TVdgts. 

Both tfaeie articles find their market in New Bedford and 
▼icinitjr- 



About sui men are employed at $1 35 per day. 
...Rcml estate and fixtures; shipyard - • 11,006 

3,800 feet white oak timber frotti the ad- 
jacent country at 50 eta. . . 1 »900'*\ 

11*500 fieot of pknk Crooi varioni pwlB of { MBteriab 

the UnioD - « . . 1,150 I annuaUy 

^000 Ibt. i^kea alld^boltH, part of these | used in 

areiioo - • . . 1,550 building. 

S tons of Swodiili iron 450 J 

4,a5U 

300 tons of ve«ela«««MUMl product at 32 dollars per ton - • 9,600 

3,000 days' work in buiMiiig these vessels, at $\ SO per day, 
which are equivalent to ten men through the year. 

WUe fhkenf, . .Threo vestK ^^ tonat value of vessels and outfits about - 50 ,000 

ftfiMARKS. 



of which the salt it made^ tea water, coating only the labor of procuring it, 
Ike fmft expenditure in this bniinais bemg the cost of the vats for evsporating, I have givon 

Jj^ natemb used fior constructing tlicse, in the place of materials used in the manuftcUura 
in CMe of &ilure of the busineai^ these fixtures would be useless for any 'thcr purpose, ai|d 
voaid be a total loss to the^proprietor. The remark may be applied ecjually to this and to 
aOoCher kinds of manufactiuie in thiiTTininity; that from our local situation, the manufactu- 
rrr n exposed to the direct competition oPtrticles of a simdar kind which are imported into 

Ikii CO mtrj from abroad. 
The three resseb employed in the whale fishery from this town have been recently pi^t 

fato die busin«ss^ and neitlMr of them has yet broug^it home any oil. The articles usea in 

fitting them, and the number of men 'employed on board, are in the same proportion with 

Ihofie suted, for the other two tomvk 
There are also a number of vesseb of a smaller cla^ employed in the cod and mackerel 

iiker\- from tliis town. 

THOS.A.GBEENR. 
ITtw Bxsronn, (4 mo.) April 30^ 1832. 



1 «. 



iM [ Doe. No. 308. ] 

DocoKiHT J.— Xo. 6J.— ATTLEBOKOVCII, BRISTOI. Co—Schtilule of 



J.j 

1 


ill! 

If ill 


mi 

m 

fill 

iiiii 


1 = 

1 


mm-. 


|1 

.5: 

i. 

41 


Cotton manufac- 


#38,000 


H3,000 


tO.OUu 


lfiO,000 lbs. tOKlm, Bt 


Misaii. 


tures, begun in 








lai cu. feo,ooo 




181.8, N. ana J. 








8,W0 lbs. aUrch. at 6 480 


Pciuiay 


chaa^by pre 








50 tons anthra. coal V/.t 


do 






ll.O-WpiHQmml 780 


Maaae 


ar""" 






'Belt and siring: l<^atliur 47} 


do 








BhnKles, pickers, kc. S6.' 


do 










?0 1b» baniess twine 70 












Chareoal »38, wood »58 K6 












Iron. &c, coiwumcd 151. 


do 










Bnndies and broom* lUO 












iulhs. packingtwine 17 












*0 reams paper 75 












A.n other articles 1,000 












Agricultural products 


Soutba 










coniufned 7,000 


kbddk 


XwKwUle. Miff. 


85,000 


3,000 


3,500 


90,000 Iba. cotton, at 




Ifai coanty. he 








lij cts. 11 ,350 




gun 1820 








6,000 lb*, starch. ;.l 5 360 
3d tons cool, M »8 340 
SOU ntta. oil. at 78 400 
Belt and string leather 350 
Shuttles, pickers, &C 370 
50 Iba. harne» twine m 
Charcoal and wood GS 
Iron, &c., coniiume.1 14U 

racking twine & wrap- 
ping paper 55 
All other articles 300 
Agricultural prtxiucu 

consumed 5,000 




Bugbce & Ma- 


2.000 


3,000 


soo 


J3, 000 lbs. cotton, at 












llct>.. 3,520 




1B12, by pre 








3,OOU Iba. starch, at 6 130 




Wtpro^c^^ton 








150 galls, oil. at 78 117 
AU other articles 508 
tgricultuml products 
con«imed SOO 





EXPLANATIONS, RBM/ 
Tbe Brat etUblUhment oommenoed 1806^ with » okpitKl of t33,0OO( inlrrMt m1 
1831, the time the preaent ownen purchaaed. amount* to STliiflO. The cMaoinr di 
in goods, tlO,000, and, in 1831, sold the whole establiahment for 1113,000. nuikinr » 
wigiDBl piQprietott, from 1808 to 1831, a period of IJ years, 933,000 of #48^910. 
ttftt time large additiona have been made to the buildinga and machinery, aad the 
power doubled by rCMrvoirB, and baa beeik maiHigcd by one of the praprietcn on tta 



£ Doc No. 308. ] 

, ibiuifattvrt*, Markd; WorkituM, Wagn. 



i 



Hi 



■3 Stj 3 



■EtT 

pll 



Hit 
lip 









utf bac^ 534^000 jds. of doth, of varioua 

Vidtlw uid qu«Lti«, iivcragr 

Tiluc 11 CIS. f (i8,56U 




tt tD (3^000, The compaoj' ncTer mule » lUTidFn^ uid now trat the mill t 
• nd Bmmim. Hu* ihowa lIow to the oriKUulcnmpinv of MO.OOO, atth 
^wUdtl beBerci**)! the prt^rty ii worth. 



lU 



i; Don. No. aas. j 

Doc. 3.— Xo. 63.— ATTLBBOROUGH.— JbUdufe a/ Mmufytt 



1 

III 




mil 
iflli 
11^1 


l| 

U. 
Ill 
pi 


Jpif! 


|1| 

111 


Collin mukuTac. 
turc,«>mmeKc 


«:il ,500 


■33,000 


|S,50CI 


89.200 Ibt. eoltoB BlUiO 

a,J,HJlh8. march SIS 


Pennsvlva 


ed(812. P*r 








WOgillonsoit SSC 


M.iasaciiui 


cha«>d hv pr^ 








30 tortt anftracHc coal ISO 


penns\ Itx 


^^n:zz 








Belt leather i9i 










Shuttles and picken B4S 




■ltd Mechanics' 








ll»rnen twine 75 












Charcoal 33 












20 cords wood ■3S 




fiet-iici' 








Iron, &c. 90 
Bttishes, brooms 70 
Packing twine 18 
Packinif paper 40 
String leather. Sic. 57 






















Other arllclcs US 












AgTicul. prod. con. 5,000 


S.&M^i 




30,000 


18.000 


3,500 


90,000 lbs. cotton 10,8U0{ 


Lou. and 


ikaturitiK Coin 








4,000 lbs. »Urch iiU 


N.Y.uidl 


pMiy, comm'd 
1813. Purch'd 








15 tons coal 150 


Penn. 








4O0nIlonRoiI 313 


Massachui 


jiy prcwDtpro- 








Belt and string leather 185 




prieton 1823. 








Shiittlcj and pickets 200 


do. 








Ham«u twine 60 












Charcoal 15, wood 30 35 












Iron consumed 130 


do. 










BruBhes, brooms, &c. 58 












Packing twine IS 












Paper SO 












OUicr articlei cona'd SOj 












Agricul. prod. con. S.BO' 


S.EiMid.1 


falla Slannfac- 


12,000 


li ,000 


4,000 


70,000 lbs TOtton 7,700 




turing flompa 








4,000 lbs. starch 200 




ny, cfflnmencctl 








Coal 95 




laiJ. 








Oil, lea , shut., pick. ^ 
Wood 40 










Brushes, brooms 45 










All other articles 4Ti 












Agricultural prod. 3,000 





BXPLAKATIONS. BEM& 

The first named company have two mills, one of which wa* erected in 1813| tke _u 
paid in, with interest to lt)3S, at which time the present pH^neton nirrt|p^ml, amoi 

'HiETiMdeiMffifktends: the whole eitablbatniAitMddlin iHK, far|l^iOO, '' 

rtmidng a loH.tb the flnt cOmpany of - itj^ 

Tike oOicr null. n«bted in )S13, cost tlfi.OOO, interert to 1821, - ' . ' ..31 

Ther made no divldendi Kt seven yearst the whole cit«liUshinent idl^' in 
■iiilKl,ft«f»9,T3Hmik3nghlo»totheBrstcomtaif erf .. . . l^.J^T,'] 

The AthcrtoD nUU, erected 1813. ooit $l6,3Mt no iSvidend* rudti t^' 
•old, inlBaS, fer B7,000, makingaloMto thclitMccaiptny or - 36,000 



|_ iJkiC. IVo. i>l<8. j 



199 



III 

Iff 



i 



1 



ii,fr"i 

t 9.5 I 



m 









fill" 






fdnn, he. IBS (68,11 



MSaydabVn 
' D cloth, M 



113,000 rai.b-vn 
■heetine M 7 ct 

ai,8«J 



k*lM^te fcUBwi^ y«v^ with intmrt to 1838, uRQunU w SW^rSv 
tf ^MhiiSMit WwJWHB mU &>r*33,(»^ nufciiv • Im* to the •ocond 



8,778 

«10a,805 . 

^^HWBi lUi, after MpaningtndadiluvKW inirtiinwy, with t)te pttMntl atti 
[■MBH^MHtrftt«buaiiM* by the pntprieion thaaadve^ Ibay biire Bwdtt tn «v 
b, *^ UU to Ittl iMhuif «> of ^out 10 p« Mrt. 



r Doc No. 30^. 3 



Ddc. 3 N*. M—ATTLEBOROUOH AND DIGHTON.— >SbJtfifn& t^ » 



4 


mi 
m 

mu 


liill 


1*3 

III 


|I|5I|-L 

liUli 


1 


CoHon nia]uifac-< 


fJ.ooo 


13,000 


81,000 


12.500 Iba cotton, at. ll 












81,250 


Sou. State 










1,.">00 lbs starch, >t ,6 78 




minced 181 Oi 








lOtan-icoal, at8. 80 


do 


Daniel Head. 








250 Bxlls oil. at .78 195 
son bush charcoal, al .25 75 
All other articles used in 

cotton mill 37a 
rron and steel 6,090 
Lumber 1,500 

consumed 3,50( 


do 
do 
do 
do 


Leatbwi EbeiiV 


2,000 


500 


600 


Hides, Kiy :00 


do 










360 p.llon» oil 380 
All olher articles eOO 


do 

do 


Brkki %-arioui 




- 


- 


' 


- 


Jewelry i 4 manu 


7,000 


5,000 


2,000 


60O gallons oil, .78 4« 


do 


ftctorica. 








Other a'tlclea not ascertain'd 
IsuppoKdtobe worth 11,532 




Shutaeaj Willord 


1,200 


400 


300 


Articles consumed not eno- 


do 


BUckington. 








meraled 1,516 




Straw bonnets b 








Rye straw 3,000 




straw braid iva- 








AgriciJtural products con. 




riou. person,. 








lumed by persons employ- 
ed, all the above, etcept 
the first 11,000 




," colton fnctories 


.SO, 000 


45,000 


11,000 


21B,J94 lbs cotton, nl .13 




in the tn>vu of 








25.475 


Sou. StaU 


IKghton, prin- 








9500 Iba March, .6 570 


N. T, Pen 


cipally owned 








45 tons coal, at 8. 360 


do 


bj- Jis D'Wolf, 








IScdswood, at 4,50 518 




osn, of Briilol, 








692 galls oil, at .76 S20 


do 


H.I. 








Olher aiti. consumed 1415 
\^cultural products 
coiuuined 10,500 




BultOIU<; Robin- 












K>n,Joi>c!il(Co. 














- 












BXPLANATlOm, SBHABI 



There arc two wmanhtiatiea of cothm in UgMani principally owned by MUM D'W 
csq.i one of whidhi ihs Moont Hob« HanahcturingCimpaiif, ooMMaiMdttt-tnOicMi 
paid in *30vMOi in 1813 added to the coital flO.OOO, which, with interetf to ItO*, moi 



to 61,566 doUn*. The C4 

inMldili«]W«»4ufreMBte. hi 1818 the compwiy aold their whole eatata for 6000'<k)ll 
nmUi^miamfmS i fittlvmfaififSlfStaMHuf'. UwMtiimhMea IftkepKitetit 

«%npdndt ■ndprt'faopemtlm,tBuiy«ddMMM'BMde,aiidbMnriahtMf '~~' 

lyWoffUmgonti/ltadiMlkblidBncati, Md tcadMin Bi^atol, S.I. Notb 
portuniqr to aeo him, cooM obtain only tha iwtvvcWinta tlw qoNili^ if «art^ fi 






[ Doc. No. 308. ] jOl 



1 

i 


III 

Hi, 

1|5| 


M 


IPs 
.til 

fill 




m 


1 fcrcipi irtkla 
nnned |17SG 


ri.000 yds BhirtinK 

15,252 
Cotton macliincry 


?fcss.,n.I , Coa 


2UV1.1? 


3 ar. .2* 


S va .40 




800 lidca le»th«- WOO 


Mius., I{. 1 


16 av .84 








100,000 liricks 20,000 


do 










Vsluf of jewctrv manu- 
f«:tumf " 33,000 


.9M«, 1-2 N.y. 
renainder P». 


J9av.].25 
2av. .75 


- 


18 av .42 




11,333 ihattlef 5,616 


N. R. States 


Oati.oa 






* 


V«lueoriit™wbrju.l 
nmllwnneli 60,000 


\blMl 1-10 Ml>S9. 

a-lOPenii. 
r-lON.V. 


- 




iOO av.40 


liTOt.tc. 490 


rfir,169)d8 3-*bro«-n 
cloth, 21,834 Ibayini 

83,652 


Miiss. nm! So. St«. 


lav 1.16 


10 av .25 


i2r»» .4a 


- • 


31^00 grace buttons, 
11-. 3.00 93.900 











UnmONAL FACT3. 
F*uiil Hr. lywolf hit one of the blanbR, and will probably furnish a'l other Infbrma- 
ved. The other cMablishment makes yarn only, and is very small. The otIi«r 
Nrf ■sBMfsi.tun* arc lo incomidemblc in th*t lovn, that I have omitted to n>itic« . 

baRon Actmr of Meam Robin«3n St Co litoated in Attlebonnri>f I bare vUted, 
Meted, oadu^ to hire had returns from them They hire enxipeiTto fill ■ bhuik. In 
K«Be«f oaeof the proprietonbein^ absent, they hare delayed it. At present I '- 
Aoriy'tbe qwuiti^ and taiue oftbe ir * ' '" ' ■" '^" 

1. Tbef waploy 65b«nd>. 
S0 



M« 



[ Doc. No. 308. 2 

DoovUHT 3.— No 65.— NANTUCKET.— &A«<*ifc of Mmufi 





ill! 

mi 


fllll 

HI 

m 


i 

i:- = K 


piiiii 


P 

ll 


I.fl«l 


mi 


pli 


llllilll 


s* 


Maniiftictiireofoil 


»120,000 


*i3,«» 




HO casks potashes 
70.IMW lbs. caiidli; paper 
4,2UJlbs. cotton wicking 


^3 

dene 


43 oU and sperms 
•crti caudle ma- 


The power 
used IB per 


Escept for 

noanimid 
is used 






d( 


Owned by 43^ indi- 
ralpartJiere 


Thr-ma- 
«hlu.Ty in 
screws and 
levels 








oalu 


2.'!,000 






420,000 while oak staves 
-JSO.OiiO a-h boards 
550,000 lbs, iron hoop. 




Mwiuicture boaU 
■ndoudleboxo 


4,800 











EXPLANATIONS, I 

Water pover U used only iii > siiig-le inatancc. No ileain or hor«e power. Li^bc 
BOmed in Njiiitucket, 18.11, 3,80U,»OU feet btnrds, 5,700,000 diingles. 
iSS^fifiMg 1^ Nantitektt. — Employed in the whale 6iihing, 61 ships, toamge I 

do in co«itin)(, 6o sloops andach'n dio 
do in whale fishing, ■eamcn ... 
do in coaaCinf, do ... 
Ships uiitually fitted for whaling (aren^) 
Jnnual fontamplion on board >%M. 
BatreUofbeef 1,500 Pounds of sugar 11,000 "" liirs 1 

Sork 1,000 butter 11,500 Feet blocks ] 

our 3,600 leather 5,600 Pieces sul dcMk I 

Iron Itooped casks T0,000 aheathinff copper 177,000 Tons hcBp 

Fouods of cofTeee 4,600 composition 20,000 itcmlwMa 

Import ofspennoiliin lf!31,41,98g barreU. 

The pofiul«>on of Nantucket is 7,3J5. For ibod, fuel, clothing, a^ Um miIihj 
bnil^n; It depends on other places almost exclusively. Not a tree fit lor bniUn^ 
qnar.ri W*- a fcctory fi>r cl(«ht not a piece of woodbuul. and but few ouhnatod aaM 
to b« found in aa almost sterile Island. Yet it is highly prospetoutt but it* iMoiiivn 
«a innnenM distaoce in the Hacific ocean. 

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS FROM 15 TOSS. 
19 About ten boon. Ten months in the manufacture of (ril and mndle^ bmI the 
MMOQinodtermnubctuTM. 16. -niere it KenenUy n liltic •griultiinJ hbcr btti 



[ Doc. No. 908. 3 COd 

ftolfi^ tit., itaerialmted, Manufaetura, Markei; Worhnen, Wage*. 



rr; „ - >' " ^ 


" ' — Z^r-. 




~ ■''' 


lit ill 

n 11 si 


Mill 
llllll 


Si 

fill 


lis 

Hi 

111 

hi 


- i4.l38 turreb of .perm ml 


One hiilf in tliia SmIo. the 


250 




mmulkctiirfd intq summer 


principal part of iVo-lu-r 
hairU Knt to Rliode blind. 


one dollar 




uid winter stmincd oil, and 










(N. Vork, Albany, Troy,) 
Pennavlvania, (Pliiliulera.) 
Maryliind. (Haltim.iT,) S. 
Carolina, (Cliarlciton,) 








Cindlc. 1.236,098 Ibi. 


Louiiiana, (Nun- Orleans,) 








Suitmitr oil 30,.14S baircli 


New Ilainpahire. (Poit*- 








Winlfr do. n,l22 do 


moirth, )Mniiic, C I'ortJand. ) 








VJucoffindlM 8321,S00 


:Vo oil or CEUuIkti are .liip- 








lia Bimmcroil 666,SS9 


aed Trom tUU port to any 
foruiETi port. A ie<n hoxes 








Jo DinUT 404,815 










are K'nn -liPncs taken by the 




















for SEipplica. 








J^OOO bureli irwi hooped 




100 


S9 














Value SBr,500 








- 1 135 boalf. 




SO 


10 


vJuc 6,?-50 








*0.000 anrUc boics, 








-iluc 8,000 










ADOITIONAI. PACTS. 
Hte. tbere can scarcely be taid to be a j'enr'ral pricf. 19. Tiicro liai been a grttX deal 
I ■ fc rtiwti on in the price oftbe-crude oil Tor miiui&ntilrin^, and thii fias been occasioned, 
I ■K1S15, by deficicaeyor eaccuorimporlatinn. 30. The manu^tiire of oil andc'andte:! 
1 hibrencAabliAcdat lcutaslnnfragcR.178;, pmb:ili1y bL-rorcl'K'Tevobition 21. Then 
1 hn been fluctiiationi, but spermaceti oil now selU for a« fa-rn price as any article vbcK 
b^siti. about equal to the demancL llic rrice of oil and runilles depend, alnwit 
■^i^ «) the price of oil in a crude sUte. 32. In t!ieaiinf.ti*<l statement of the oonaumption 
■ Mbdt. by tlie .hip* eDj;»gi;d in the u-hale fUberv, aiiansw.T v.ill bi; founil. 2j. Inconri- 
4enUe. 3s. Olive tnd ottier imported tulscanic'ine->mp<t'tioii u-itli lil andcandle, and, 
AmM (fee ihity on olive oil be repented, h vould most s:'ri«.iyly aflert tbcir prodnction. ■ 
ff. Tie vboleconaiimption of the United Stale* ian^ipplied by oil and can.tleit the prodnct 
if Ameiieui enterprise and indiisln- 38. Oil and cnndk'4 are ronsnmcd in all part, of 
•e Oailed Stale. Lar^ quantitie'. of candk-aarc ..liippeilii-tlic Wesi Indies. JO. There 
KgcoenDjt acre^tof four to lix inr^nlhs, SI. The niunufncture of spermaceti oil and ran- 
dadcpcndavn tbc ^i»le fishing. These two branchca are iniimalely coniK.'ctt.'il; tbedestnic- 
IIM of either would be the destruction of both and the destruction of these would destroy 
IbMoeket. 34 Tbhrateof duty would not .ifTopil protection. The specific duty of 35 
Wrta pn- gtBaa doc. iwt prevent large importations of olive cnL 35. If the manufactoiie*' 
CMAected with the whale fii^in^ were broken up, as they would be by the prostration of / 
A* wbak fishing', no other mode uf employing Ihc-capital herccoidd he found, / 



l).o™n 


3^K<b 66.— CHILHARK.— &Wui! of a&mu/aauni, BuMhi, 


t 


m 
m 


ii! 

llii 


§•5 




Si 

H 
if" 


J 
1 


ill- 
Ill 


III 




41 


SihTorlc* 


W.l>>« 


- 


- 






Bnckmakln; • 


ISO 


(60 


- 


- 





EXPLANATIONS, RBh 

II will readilj be teen that we >te not a nuiuifiu^tiiring town, except in our re 
&milie9. This we do ■omething' it We make the moil ot our coane woo&oi ( 
our vroollen stockings, and abont 2,000 pair snnually for wle; and are sold in Nev 
•od Bos'on. Host of our taitorine' and Uioemaking' are done in our hoiuei. 

This tomi contains about 70O inlubit«nta : of thia population upwards of fiftf sea 

MattrioU proAtctd in Ae tmon nf ChUmm^in Dukaeountif. 









■aair asd 


WOOL. 




i 


1 


1 
i 


1 
1 




.a 

1 


Remaps oDriieep 


FuU blood Saiony 
FuU blood McriM 

J"' 

Oawr^eciB* - 


None 

Tou 

1,0UU 
t,lKjO 

None 


93 

330 
173 
13U 
123 


3 lbs. 
3 *• 

3 " 


66 ct^ 
60 " 
36 " 
50 " 

40 " 


Wool is toM in 
Weitp««.Ne» 
Bedfonl. and 

In the State of 
Connecticut 


rhetheeponthef 

taken of them dn 

ny^ofthe'^^nb 
ten, and thejf ea 
valued so higb in 
berai in Hiff and 
not produce M mil 
MsbeniontheM 

is paid to them. 
rheBaxonyandM 

weUai the native; 
than any othyT. 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 

1, Jfifftei, IVnrkmat. Wagti. 



Hi 

III 



^1 



lil 









ill 



State 
Hold Bt 

Redfonl and 



in ADDTnOKAL FACTS. 



Kh^O^lofcd m wtuEng fUf tg ea, ume in merchant TojagM. *nd «ome a firfiifif j c«ii- 
M«idf, tarnUe inlubituita ire *pretd in llbM ill pirU of the.world. 
w In* N made up of Utndi, whkh embrmce > lemtory of land uid water (moatlj' 



:s.? 



miiiMhitEtlle rducatioo. 



SMITH 1U.XHBW, Zb«m 



(Mr> liiA a/ iUmaU Jir tht JhU md Mimufidara, prvAutd in 






if- 
UidT 



Tiibu- Large quantities of white cUyue 

' " - already found in this town, and 

Bome iron ore i Mid wvcral kind* 

Tidtary - nfpuntahuvcoccasioiuillybeeih 

SOOtonatoSa- inade froin ore*, by individu- 

lcin,I50toni ala. Gayhead adjoins this town, 

Boston, 90 where white clay ii also foundi 

Taunton &. there has been some appear- 

t/ Bedford ancea of coal in tlic clHTs of both 

New Bedford jilace^ but none ai yet disco- 



f Doc. No. 308. ] 



Docranrr 3— No. ST.— EDOAHTOWN.— &A«*»fc qA 



i - 

1 


1 

Ifl 

in 


pi 

Ml 


§■3 

if. 

jii 


11 n 

pill 
IHII 
lllll 


1 

1 

1 

< 


8»hwoA. 


#10,000 


. 




. 




Coopenge 


400 


m 


#900 


r450 itBvet Md hodinK. 
WSOhoopi 


SUrei 
ing.! 
iron 
Twin 


ShoemUng - 


300 


30 


400 


Stock is nuwUv bougbtin 
New York 


SUte( 


HMn-kiBCT 


150 


15 


100 


f 100. wool and Han 


■^ 



EXPLANATIONS, Bl 

Thii town- mnuftoturei notUng^ but for ouneWei uid neigfaboni utd wh*t w« 
ture we endeavor to make of the fint qualiQ', and alwaji find a read]' maiket an 
price than ire can obtain abroad. Han; of the inbabituita make their own comk 

JdaUriah pnduad m Ikt town of Edgvimon, in DuJta immtf/. 





















1 




'1^ 


1 
1 
















1 


Z 


1 
> 


< 


^1 


1 

s 


onsh« 


Full blood S«ory 


None 








Coun^' of Bam 


Thesai 


FUU blood Merino 


None 








stable, N. Bed 




Grade, i 


None 








ford, Westport 


hereai 


" 1 : 


10 


n 75 


2jlb9. 


56cl9. 


Providence, & 


in Chi 


300 






SO " 


State of Con 




Native - 


2.071 


1 15 




40 " 






Other speciei - 















[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



1 » 


m 


lUri 


111 


III 


1 




m 

iliiji 




1 


' 


3,000 huihels. It 40 cu. 
perbuihel 


Soldlofiiihcrmeninthil 
Sukle 


...„ 








Sold to our whiding 
■hip. 


4ftt 1 


3 >t JOcbt. 




IDO pair boots. >t«400i 




3>t 1 






700 pair of J.ocis ■! 


















Hi,„«,dkt.. 


2S0 luts, ai-er»piiK »2 


Sold here 


1 It I 





in UKHTIOKAL FACTS . 

liit^ IfiOO pur itockings, «hich ue Mid in New BedAml mnd Borton. A Utge num 

to44iiUdduili are cngifed in vlubng, *nd Other commerciU punuiu. 

SMITH HAYHBW, Thuin CommUltt. 



dirU 




etMiM. 


1 


J 


.S 

i ■ 

> 


i 


Remariu. 




SO faidet, «t 70 Ibi. 

each 
40 


H centi per lb, 
Bl«ch - 


S<Jd in Titbmy 
Habiuy 





I Doe. No. 308. '] 



3.— No. 6a— TISBURV.— Se 



1 


m 
■in 
111- 


II 
11 

ill 

III 


I 

ill 


■saS.1 

IBIS 


3 


B«ftworki - 


#12.000 






- 


. 


Tuuun^ k cup- 


350 


Aiti. power 


SBiO 


200 hides, at S3i and 


Hidess 


'yW 




8iU 




HaoOofbark 


inUuk 






roolj SO 




All the stock is 
Ametican 


AtPhiU 
ScDukt 


mtmi^t; - 


160 


IS 


too 


Wool and fiira 100 


In thb 


Carding lidrei*! 


1.500 


13 


Carding roUs 


About two bflireU 




in/cloth ' 






done foTla^ 
tomet^ »nd 
no stock OD 
hand eiccpt 
oi. and dyes 


sperm oil, at 8U 
cenu per gallon 





EXPLANATIONS, RBI 

It will be proper to remark that we maniibcture but very little, and what v« da i 
Ibr cuitomen UTing around nsj so it is neceiaaiy to make good article*, for tbey all 
beat. Thb town manufiictures much of their coarse woollens, and dioea in tbeif I 
•ndthejkiut about 1,300 pair per annum for sale, which arc *dd in Buaton • 

ibttriaU preduttd in lit totan of 7T(A«ry, in Jhikt* touuty. 



Kind. 


NuiD- 


Value 




VJue 


Where wool :» sold. 


Remarkao 




ber 


per head 


fieece 


per lb. in 
Uecl83! 




andw 


Full blood 

Saion; 

Full blood 


None 












fi 


94 00 


41ba. 


66ctfc 




Shnilar i 


Merino 












ma; be i 


GrUe, i 


.■M) 


S 50 


3 lbs. 


60 " 






i 


100 


1 rs 


S^lbi. 


S6 " 


New Bedford. Weit- 


B»7berei) 


300 


1 SO 




50 " 


port. Providence, 












40 " 


and Connecticut 




other qie- 


None 





























C Doc. 


So,30S.J 




S09 


%(k.KMdb<l->( ISniuJlKAlr., AbrbU, mrkm„. tK^ 






i 

B 


Hi 

jili 


m 
Ml 


ii 

fill 


ill 

1*0 




4,00U buiheti, nt 40 ccola 


Mostly *oU to RBhemuti 


!( .1 (1 
















JOOridCTJokloalUer (3 TJ 


Sola in Bwiiiliil.Ie »nd 






ISO aideit upper lenthei-3 7J 


Diikt^ cminty 








leoAiiuil I7i 










SOp»irboot»«t 4 00 


Sold in nukes county - 








1,000 p«ur of ihoes U 1 iO 








prsnhdvo 


3aO tuts, averaging 53 eacJi 


Sold Iktc 


1 .t ei 














w«wbdr< 


Done for ciwiomere 


For customcn - 


1 u »I| 




™4^*c 






a." 





im iDDmONAL PACTS. 

MM. The nale intuibiUiitB ue, OMiiy of them, employed in whaling and other tea- 
SMITH MAVHEW, Thum CommiHet. 
OHr Uwb a/ MUtrMt far Ik* Jrtt and Mmujvctttnt, /nduad m tU tone town. 



To what market 



[ Doc. No.- 308. 3 

No. 69.— AMESBURY,— JUaUc of iimi 







H1H 




jili 


1 

1 
1 

5 


nMnelnu. 


9100,000 


f 1,500 


1100,000 


ZW.OOOIbs. wool, 40 c 


J. 












50 tona dye atutt* 

5,000 l^V >p. oil t^ 

Olive Si 




K.and 










,500 












r tons glue stuff 


,000 












4 toiu white soap 


800 












15,000 Ibi. vitriol and 














4cida 


800 












A piKgeiy. requmnff 




South< 










1,000 bushels corn 




Mu*. 










3,000 do potatoes 12,000 












!,200barre]9»K- 
300 cords Tootf 


600 


KatA 










900 


Ne«» 










15,000 feet himber 


150 












S,000 bushek ch>rGD>l 


500 












35 uithncite coal 


150 


Peing 










50,000 teueli 


90 


Conofr 


CtuuM wrf 


15,000 


5,000 


15,000 






N. B. 
















kinff. 








es, worth 37,500 




8h^ii»i.ti- 


400 


50 


200 


Leather, &c.. 


,500 


IbMM 

















EXPLANATIONS, HE 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 






ill 



fill 






m 



iJMi 



■i|s.« 



All in Ibc D. S. rSt^l 10 U at 40 



WOchiJM* •SO.OMN.E. Statu 



umrnoNAL facts. 



300 at 90 
SM7J 



id eurryinff leather, fire «r dx handi. 

OEO. BAVABT.J 



M* 



Ij ijmv No. SOS.' ] 



^.r-ibt. rO.— AKDOVEK.— J 



Hi 

an 


iiif 

ml 
iiifi 


If 

nil 


g'5 

111 


llllllt 

111 13 III 


J 


f flnnnel &c 


^100,000 


f50,000 


90,O0C 


Wool, 24r,000 lbs. at 




tor.es, pnjpri 




Tmnsport'n 




55 fi35,asc 




<tors Geor^ 




4,000 




B on, 3,675 gaUons, 




Hodges. W 








at 80 3,947 




Sutton, Nath 








Soap, 6,600 lbs. at 10 65C 


Maaa 


Stevena, Ab. 








Tcaiek i4i 


!tb«. 


Marlai.d,jM 








Twine, 1C5 lbs, 4' 


\>w 


Howulh and 








Paper, 70 it.-iniB 12ft 


Haw 


Co. 








Leather, 1,000 ll«. at 30 3O0 
K'oo.1, 4O0 cunis, at «4 1 .600 
S-,s. l,200l>ajTels,Bt50 600 
AKim, 16,000 lbs. at fl 960 
Potash, 2,000 lbs. 110 
Spls. Baits, 1 .000 lbs. 
Pc-arlMh, 1 ,SnO Ibe. 90 
Glue, 3,500 Ihs. 560 
oa vitriol, 1,200 lbs 72 
foritroti bark 500 
Shuttles ,,,360 
jlarcli 300 


New 
Hun 


CassiniBrc 


5,000 


3,000 


lO.OCO 


Wool, 40,000 Iba. mt 60 24,000 




faclorv, bro- 








i. oil, yoo (rails, at 85 765 




pn^on^ 




200 




Wood, 120 eoids, at »4 400 












50ban-clssoap,at3 50 J75 




Bewail. 








SJK, 100 barrel*, at iB 58 

Soap, 1.600 lbs. at 10 160 
HUing, t.00albt.at6 60 

Tta^els,l(Kl,OOO..lian 150 
Copperas, 2,000 Ibh. at 3 6t 
a. vitriol, 300 lb>. at 8 24 
Alum, oil vitriol iU 
Boards ami iiatls 80 


Mass. 

Vt-rm 


Woollen ma. 


3,000 


3.000 


4,000 


Wrouglit iron 1 ,000 


Pluku 






Tranap. 




Caaliton 5.000 


Mass* 


Sawyer uid 




iUO 




Lurob.T S.OOU 




Fhelps 








S. oU 7i 




Cotlonmach. 


9,000 


3,000 


10,000 


Wrought and cast iron, 


Phils. 






Tranap. 




75tim»,3til00 7.500 




J<An Smidi 




860 




Lumber 30.000 700 
S, oil, 120 gallons 9, 


Uusa 


Paper man. 


1,000 


3,000 


l.SOU 


RJ«» 3,500 


Vmeri 










Wool, 600 lbs at 85 510 




BlillXrd 












Hatinaimfae 


1,000 


300 


1,300 


Bindinc 1 ,000 yds. at 3 20 




proprietor G. 








Far, 30 lbs. at 6!) .100 




si. W.GallM- 








Hood,3Scor,U, it <4 Ui) 


luii 








MoroccoBlcins,I50, atrs US 





[ Doc No. 308. ] 

■y,D>i.ih^«i"ilfc Mil if JAnu/oefitru, Xa-keti, Wofkmat, Wagtt- 





m 

lis 

11! 


Kin 


W] 
Wit 

lip. 

I!;! 


ipj 

ta 


Hi 

|ll,r 


il Si.sao 


Fl»u»el, 16,000 pc«. 


i Nld in Mw. 


96 at I.tS 


J9 iLt 33i 


6<^u58 


«,t,100lJM. 153 


vftlucdM eiMilMK 


j N«* York, 






«(«(» 


Wb.. 328 




PhiUdelphi. 








.t^jdt. TIJ 




& Baltimore 








lrtK,H0Ibi.Br5 












,«B». 13 












^MjMKtibi. 600 












IMOOIIm. 135 












r,U^ll>t. 3,530 












ic isa 












4Mllg>Il>. 


Casrimere, 38,000 

ytU. atl.13 43,9*0 


Boston 


16 at t\ 


llal30 


ir>isi> 


llMB>L>t 












1,2S0 












KriiaJtuitic 












i 135 












r.3;000li>i. 












4O0 












Nd,SODlb>L 












30 












»l Wine, 60 












kul25 75 












3lM 




Vermont, N.H 


30:^11.16 








30,000 










r^lb«. 1,36« 


Cotton raacbineiy, 
value 30,000 


N. H., HaH. 


35 1.1 i:J3 






5,5(K 


Paper 1S,00D 


New En^aiirl 


4 at 101) 


, 


8 at 43 


lihc,S001bs. 9b 


Hats, 2,500, at 

3 SO 6,SSD 


Boston, Aikio 


6 at Ui 


* 


3 at 40 


IM.U5 00 35 












• jdi-Uir 13 












AVoaw^ 












\u 










. 



£ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Doc. 3.— Nn. 70.— AHIX 



ranch of buww«. When 
.epin. Nameaofproprie- 


'■fin 

m 
mi 


imi 

1 iil 

m 


§■3 
f-t 

n 


mi 

Igiiiti 


1 

.S 
& 

f- 
1 


a 












Ta«ih»ai>d 


•1,600 


BOO 


f3,40( 


SOO hide*, at «3 fl.aoOHaaNC 


cvttA, 
























T. Frye. T. 












Oagood 












Shoe mann. 


1,000 


T»nsp. 


10,000 


Sole leather, 35,000 Iba. 












at 23 5,7a 




cSSST.^ 






















■Wri^it 








Uorrocco akina, 1,500 1,335 
Bheetinga, 2,000 jarda 
at 10 300 
Thread, 300 Iba at 30 60 





[ Doc. No. 308. 3 



i 




illili 


if 
liii 


HI 

1 


s 

|r|| 

li 




Upper leather. 


Andovcr 


6rtH 








12,000 Mdes #3, 60( 












;.riuiu, 1,200 












all rs a.io( 












Sheep skiiu 300 










i*«tinK,a,(»0 


Sboea imnufictured 


f Maryland, i 


*S >t 75 


10 at 33^ 


50 at 




38,000 pun, X Si 










{.thRid, 5000)1. 


30,4O« 










lU 27J 













MBRRIU. PETTENGILU 



ftlC I Sbe. No. 308. ] 

DocDHiRT 3.— No. 71.— BOXFORD.— SMrfi/fc */ 



li 

ill 


iflf 


lHII 

il 

pli-i 


It. 

1 = 


Pi! 


1 
1 

5 


HanuTactureofihau 
BI«:kamhh» 


875 

250 


•10 

120 


S300 
100 


Materials for ehoea 
wortli 81.000 
Cual worUi 100 


ftfaj 

N. 1 



EXPLANAT1QN8.. I 

Boibrd h a faraunif town; t)iet« art aome mechanica there who are pt^Klnril 

bj-penofls livinfr in other towns. There Is a cotton fiwtory now Dnde^vin^Ml 



—No. 73.— BRADFORD.— &&Rftt/e efMam^ 



Mamiftclurc of booti 


f7,400 


8350 


r,f,,4m 




Prin 


and shoei, princi- 


manual 






about5S400doUs. 




pally by 16per*on! 








Upper leather, mo- 












rocco, and lininni 
worth 55,400 dolls. 


fro. 










Knf 


Tuinine and curry- 
ii^ofleather,by6 


3,000 


500 


12.3S( 








five horses 










and animal 


worth 375 




490 dolls, fiih-tnl, 
tallow, &C., worth 
about 550 dolla 

Tanned upper l«at}v 
er for currying, 
worth 3,500 dolh. 

Ameriianhidea, 
worth 1,875 dolls. 








300 


30C 


4000 bushels of char- 


N t 




""■^ 






coal, worth 400 dls. 




Chaise and harnw. 


500 


200 


flOO 


Cloth, carpeting, 
leather, wood.l«se. 




™kinff 


manual 






N 1 












•imI 










900dol!a. 





EXPLANATIONS, 1 

It has, within a few years, been the practice with shoe manufacloTers, to act 

atthcfiutoriea. They were formerly shipjiedti' commission merchants, on accouM 

pars. That was proved to be an unprofitable uay of doinf; business for the m«jiiift 

latteriy, a difTereitt course has been adopted . The ihoea made in MMskchiwettt m 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



aif 



'4 



ill 
m 
m 



!■« 11-11 






HI 

sKte 



PI 

mi 
m 



Lc «60 

itod 400 



^^MOjneces, f 1,800 



All in Mu(. 

MaMochiuettt 



3a(83c 
3«t75c 



XTDUIAt. FACTS. 

L«iD be pot in opentkin in May, ttu*;«»r, lad wiUcoMain 4,000 spifMllei. 

GEORGE 8AVART, AKeoL 



JM»Mit«HH^ Mmufatturtt, Markeb, Workmen, Waipt. 



.esi 


Boub and shoci. 


Hoatlv aold in 


280 at JOc. 


U at 30c 


150 at 3.1 


■boat «36a,300 






perdav 


ceniB 


teihfih 




f.-rtheaouthern 






per day 


«H>m 




andwortem 
Statea 








HKwcth 


Sole leather, «orth 




I0at«l 


Sat 30c 




4M 


1,300 doUi. 


•etU 










Upper le«tberlO,000 
cffiAiM, 600 










U)R».<f 


■a«'--t 


AllinMuaachii. 


Satl 00 


2 at 35c 




■Icoal, 


letta 


per day 


per day 






the town, amount 










tmm 600 


about 3,000 dollt. 










wA IM 












tfc,<wpct. 


to chauet, worth 




Satl 00 






1«^ 


about 1,500 




per day 



















DmONAI. FACTS. ^ __ . ._... 

■ to the South American and Wert India maAeta, and large quantLto oTAme^M 
■iwiini I iii'iiii-- 1 '- "^ I tti- -'^ r — '-— Theyeanbe AiijpedfrcBitheUwte* 
.l«*rr«eth«ft«.EngU«i I" B»dford a« two grirt ™h.^^ «^ -w»dl. 

«k Mam. J^ffU; 1831 



•i* 



[ poo. Nir. .IOC. ] 

i — Wo- 73 — UANVERS.— SfAg fiifc of Mantt/aaar 



II mi- 
ll iji 


fill 






s 


t 


m 


1 


ill 


ifill 


^l|!l 
!1iii 


111 


i 


Taanin^ - 


#»3,7U0 


»n ,6oo 


Si(7a3u 


Baj-k altd Lmc 20 pr. ct. 
and 15 per cent 

or hides $rs,593 


Hatni 
Mher 


noTTying ■ 


3.700 


1,500 


15,000 


OU,bliibber, kc, used, 

c03t about 20 cents a 
hide, and obtained in 
the vicinity, prilici- 
paUy in Uaeblah«ad 




Morocco drcsslnir- 


4,500 


1,000 


14,00U 


Sumac 43 tons at |50 
p« ton 3.440 
73,150 skins 
Other articles 600 


AJeui 


Wool pulUug: - 


il.SOO 


iOO 


SO.OOC 


35,000 wooUkins at 11 
35,000 




Shoes, &c. 


13.83U 


1,000 


tSO,00( 






Chsiiei & hamc-i 


3,70' 


s^o 


5. SO 






io>pmdc»ndla 


i.O^O 


500 


10,OOC 






Ironmaaufcelnrinjr 


19,000 


12,300 


SflO.OOC 






andblukiimiihinp 










... 


Glue inakinp 


6,000 


3,000 


10,00( 






Wheelwrights 


1 .Wi 


1,000 


3,001 






Stl.r 


3 id 
2,00u 


100 
1.9S0 


30( 
S,00 






Pecmakitifr 


i-^n 


100 


101 


. 




Mustard gm.linR 


2i"i 


400 


501 


Seed 


JO. a 


Tin pUte worker! 
Eanhenware 


soil 


150 


301 






3,5Ju 


5il0 


1,00< 


Le"d 1.200 


New 










Wood aooVicin 


Last makijig 


30- 


500 


50< 






Hats 


1,000 


400 


1,20 






Chocolate 


1,000 


50.. 


8,00< 


1 . 




BtonedreanDKamJ 


i,..oo 


3,080 


2,001 






^littiiw 













K\1-LAV 



■no^<J. 



In the (anoenai there are 3,000 va^ avenc^ny dock of about »I00 a wti Ivrie 
at,, bbor .f, prnfts 3ii per cent. In tb 



^ ™^ _-Mv, iw uitre an: ^uuu va^ ave 

*M Bpr ».i,,VaA and linve 30 per cent , ^ „ .„ ^., „„,. , 

Dusincas tliere are winually wrought aboul 33,S(iOa des of leather and calTA^ 
^ .,1!;"^ !^ .t° "^ ^"^ I'"*' "" "='' ''■'<1'^ ■"*> ""^ estltnated at dJ cent* A 

•t«B47iWOpMrirf bwrtaandrfwe* Th,«ookrf whichl.prepar«liB 4U 



r Doc. No. Srtft. ] 

turd. ManafielHrei , Mi.rktia, it'arkfn-n, Waget. 



«l> 



111 


■ ill 

1 


■ .5.9 T 


i 
fi 


1^1 

ill 

m 


fib 


tliJ« »1U,«XJ 


Sole lother cbieSy 

t300,60 


Horoctliiefly 


B4 « *1 


«3M44)cti 


" ' ^ 




rpper lt»ther, &c., 


D.. 


31 at 1 


13 at 40 














VlonSidlf uo-cu 


Hnn>cco«kiiu .13,440 


rio 


9 »I 1 


J >t 40 


lataicts. 


tXapervm 3,440 












10.450 ikiiB 












South Anrricj 7,000 


Wool for m«k<:t43,00!. 


noiilaii aiul vi 
cinilj 
Middle, aoutL 


8 M 1 


at 40 


Sat3i 


. 


■Shoe* 351,031' 


jes « 66 


30 at 30 


192 U 25 






en. «nd»e»l 


cnts 










em States 










CTlusw, Stt ir.soo 


Vicinilv 


3 at I 


■t 4Q 




»pn«m.rf|WtoiJi 


So^utdCuidlel3S,00<j 


i riciuiiy, i S 


at66ctn 


at 33 








Am<:ric:i an.l 
W. Indict 








iMt«,B^ta.„ 


5Stl,f)001h«.nalU,8o,i)00 


i;, B- chiefly 


16>tl t3t 


at 33 




3WIto.,,rfHiron 


1 b irods It h oops, 50,0 W 










^Maoairaa 


lbs. inctwrs, lOU.OOii 










arottNBcoil 


ibj. castings #46,H0'i 
Bkck.'ih'«worklS,3fi' 










Aff«rorn«w:krte»i-ly 


Glue !4,n0" 


■ senthem ni'i 


MS4cts 


at 35 




"npotBi from South 












-Wrin 




) i.i N. Ri.ir. 










Curriwpa, &c 8,J50 


T* Tieinilv 


« Bt 1 






- 


1,4« 

i,jioM. briclti \s,m 


Do 

rtProvid'l^; 
^f.Be.lfotll, N 
York 


at 1 

HM7Sct9 








m biuheb BOO 




>t7J 








Produce \f«Xt 


Do 








«*r«I.Ji«ign 


Minuficturp 1,300 
Produce 7,000 

Do 3,000 
Do S,MO 


1)0 

Do 

Do 
Dn 


i si 1 






«ttiiil« fordgn 


0,(K»Ib»..tI0ct.i.0OO 


Pni'ed Slates 


Bt 1 


a( 40 




" 


0.000 feet rmtgli stone, 
K 10 ctJ. 10,W1) ft«t 


fc'Lcinlly. ioo h- 


5 .t 1 


Oat as 






harrfd do. it 'iS to 33 


die' SUtes 








««.. aopah-miMMone*! 










i.t|i75 y.rsol 




=^== 




, 



iro ADOmONAI. FACTS. 

UTOe iM^ing up of Oie ume is dofte hy wori t men in the neigtiborinir tovna, There aie 
[ l^tOO motocco Aim dreased, 1-7 of vhi<^ »re impomd ^>t tk^n^ the remainder riteep 
n ID the New Engluid States. There are uird, in the brick makin; hi -" 



•baatWeon 



•baatSbeordiorwoodta 100,000 brick*, f of which are hrougfat from Hune, the reit fnuk 
kex eou^. The rtone dreMuv btuuuw include* all done in the neigfaboibaod, inchidiitf 
■Rnl iidmdMli inb> ^ on tte Zuw between Oanrer* uxi AJem. 9. P. OltOOOt 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

3.— No. 7* — GLOUCESTER.— jacdufeM 



I! 

|i 

lit 

m 



lii 



K I si 



'Mi 



111 



it-j!i||i 



SiO ft ,5U0 tlcmj) 



Nineteen-twentieUu of the biuuiess Of Gtouceitcr U m fiihinr. Theic are liut 
ctdbinet muinfactoTiei, whicti mknu&ctun: *bout |l,5<t0 wotu of «ia«. The I 





DocDnrr 3.— No. 7i.- 


HWEBHILL.^Sdteduk a/ ibmtfittm 


JOmiftetory of 
Flumeb. 


4,700 


3,300 


3,500 


19.000 lb*, wool r,500 
3,400 Ibi. wUim 96 
1301b*. ritriol 4 80 
170 lb*, mar. w>d 13 « 

8 ton* Vtt. cod 56 


SI 










35 cod* wood ItO 










400 nil ^xrdmISOO . 












1,000 Ibi. glue, itiff. 60 












Potwh «5 




Comlw by ten 


3,100 


1,7M 


t.700 


Horn* 3.950 


U 8 


S^ripblTading: - 


3,000 


500 


3,500 


Timber, iron and tmr 3,500 


Widl 


BUv^pUte - 


1,000 


330 


rso 






CigM. - 


«O0 




1,000 


13 Uid* tobuxo 600 


Kca 


lto«M»le.thei 


3,000 


'aoo 


3.250 


Skin* 7,100 
Bumac 300 




TinwiK 


2,000 


1,200 


1,000 


Vuious 300 


N.I 


H*tten,*eTen 


6,600 


1,S» 


M,500 


50,000 Ibi. wool, tqaxrottii, 
«l.ritrioI.fi)r^fcc. 36,800 


MO*. 


Chwe Dwken 


6,200 


2,471 


8.000 


Wood, lotlitr, cloth, Iko, 


ir.i 


MidhuMMU. 








fa>. 8,400 




INftUTroT rum 


10,000 


500 


3.000 


100 coeds wood 330 


HMl 


Tuui'K Midciv 


8,100 


725 


10, 5» 


Hide* and iku* 8,000 


JfaU 


■yingT 








Bvk. oil. be 3;40a 


bd' 


(S^ - 


2,430 


635 


5,000 


TuiMd iMther 50,000 
Oil, uHow. fcc. 3,500 


Unit 
HMl 




26,600 


1,340 


M.4S0 


Ledher, UniDga, and bL>d. 


lb. 


SlpcmiuMcl 








ingm 903,000 




b£r 










L 



Hanmuu, lUm, J^rii, llSt. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



an 





m 

ilif 




Pi! 


iff 

III! 


111 ■ 


■DM., ) Uuilk 


110,000 


GlouCMler 


a-isi 


istaoct 





m AODrtlONAL FACTS. 

OM «Md m OlauccMer «re nude principUly in Rowley; the ml in other tnm. 

HENBV nCLD. 



fb tU^MitvMtMtd, Mmmfittmu, JIbrlUU, Warkaim, tVagu. 



etv.Sl SO 

■nIkSM 
Ktin 13 



1,300 p«.fl«llllell6^800 All in BoRon 6 ti (1 






^Sl^U, 



16,600 
ni^plittaiidinxL I 
Ic 4.374 

•Mlkaolu.33,eoo 
MMMn 3,630 



iaAeeliiv, batinn 
■lticUeA'*I6,l»a 



V^uedat 
Cigus 
UoToeeo, lining', and 
■hoe binding 18,000 
'nnwmre.&c. 3,308 " 



Kodileigtu 2T,*se 
750 bbds. nun 37,600 
Le*.uidikitu 24,850 



Cunitd Intber 66,000 AUio MM*. 



in N. E. StiL 
HiH. N. Hunp. 
and Vermont 



15, tll7 

3 atSt 35 

1125 

BatflOS 



fer^l 



All in N. E. S1>. 
andN.H. 



booti Umted Statei 



1 at 31c. 33at 35(^ 



10at50e.SO*t3Se. 



128 at 17 M9 at 3» 



QKO. 8AVART, Jgtnf. 



«lt 



[ Doe. No. 909. ] 



Docvxnra i — V9. rC— VTENHAM b IPS ' fCR.— AkdMi q/ J 





4 1 
IfJK 


kip 


lit 




i 

1 


1 

.s' 

11 


ilill 


1 , " c 

ill 




mm 


J 


3' 




> 


> 








WllB.X. 














Sho*,rakinK 


Sow 




TOO 


Sole leather 


•3,S00Chul 


Ednaid Porter. 








Curritfd U-i.iher 


8,500 Hai 


Sboenukinc 


100 




300 


Sole leather 


«MDMlm 


AmoiGoutd. 








Curried leather 


4M 


A 


iMwiin. 














9h«m.ki..[r 


4D0 




1,000 


Sole Icalher 


3,000 


Usaex 


JcBcph Walt. 








Curried lealher 


1.8D0 


i 


Shoe maki tig 


3U0 


_ 


400 


Sole leather 


SSO 


i 


Sam' I Farringlon. 








Curried leMher 


srs 


i 


Shoemnking 


400 




600 


Bole leatlier 


3.(R» 


i 


Aw Brown. 








Curried leather 


2.000 




Cunying: - 


400 




40( 


900 aides Icalher 


3,SM, 


V*M 


Cbarlei Wndc 








Fish ml 


100 


■ a 


Cunying - 


3,000 


SOO 




Tanned leather 


12.000 


i 


Sttm'l Furington. 








Oil and lalljw 


1000 


i 


Cotton fiKton- 


35,000 


30,000 


3,000 


85. UW) lbs eotton 




Louii 


J-t-Fule/, 1839 








Oil, iturch, and a 


■on 




N.EngluidLuieCo 


4,400 


23,900 


32,000 








Cabinetnuking 








Lumber 


!oa 


ktain 


Lord i Lummiu. 
















100 




300 


Lumber 


100 


Maiiu 


Andreir Russell. 
















IM 




100 


Lumber 


100 


Mmih 


P. KimbaU. 












.=k 



BXPLANAT10N9, A^l 

u, I I __«aK*bouticTantei(*BMii employed itfm^ii^csrtiMMlAraiPii 

•re Mid in the vicinily. t'. 

In Ipswich, In addition to tkc laccfi^tiuy mentioned above, theicu pinfliifr, jq 
ploys ■ few bands,, but whose agent decGncd giving any account of'toeestabUm 

gare ui «pinion that "the )wj« factnijei ' "■- -" -■ — ' — " '- 

w)uch w«u)d give thctn tnoie pratectioD. 



ctnijea nust be (topped iuile« Ci^ogresi |Mi» 
ictioD.'' ' There is » koee ettihttJuncnt, i^(& 



[ Sac. No. 308. ] 

iA taamftetartt, MarktU, Warkmta, Wagu. 




UO U>DmONAL F VCT8. 
Hl«lie>MMnilartIie tone n 



A fulling mill ii doin^ but liltle, and the Owl 



it KMweredi but all 
BENJAMIN HUDGE. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocDxiHT 3.— No. 77.— LTNK.— Sblafufc ^ 



it 

ill 


iii 


IS 


^ S. 


lllllli 

It ill 




111 


S3k printing com- 


85,000 


•4.000 




Aqua ForUi, 


•140 




menced in IgJO, 








Hunatk acid. 


100 




John Bimdaj 








Od of vitriol. 

Alum, 
Blue vitriol, 
Acitate of lead. 
Quercitron bark. 


40 
50 
30 
30 
100 


Salem' M« 


OhocoUte mill 


4,000 


1,000 


-' 








Beiekiih Chue 














LynnPrintingCo'y 


20,000 


10,000 


•5.000 


Indinj and copperas, 
v^ued 3,000 


- 


ShoemiWnp - 


350 


Jhofae 


1.000 


Sole leather, 


3,000 




Geo. W. RuldJn 








Morocco and kid, 
Cotton. 


1,000 
200 


Lynn 


Sewellltaddin - 


2J0 




1,000 


Sole leather. 
Cotton, 


2,000 

1,000 

220 


Baltinww 
Lyrm 


Suwid JtobuiMii 


100 




300 


Sole leather. 
Cotton, 


400 
200 
35 


Bahimm 
Lynn 


iMMb R Clo<iEl> 


3J0 


. 


4O0 


Sole leather, 
Cotton, 


rao 

25 




iMiBh Wheeler - 


:,ooo 


1 horae 


3,000 


Sole leather. 


3,584 
1,B00 

3S0 


BdlLlcKI 


Ebenezer Br«wn 


JSO 


1 hone 


1,300 


Bole leklher. 
Morocco, 


1,500 
100 


ptdi«kt|*i 


Wilbn Pui«tt - 


350 




600 


Catton, 
Sole leather. 

Cotton, 


40 
300 
15 


Phaai^i 


Sunnel J. Ireson 


350 


Ihone 


aoo 


Sole leather, 
Cotton, 


500 
25 


BoMdd 


Nathan D. Chase 


GOO 


lhOT« 


500 


Sole leather. 


S.OO0 


BatLkim 










Morocco and leather, 600 












Cotton, 


76 





EXPLANATIONS, BBMAID 



e now ertimated at the bat n 



f lO^OU), It ha* b«en in opcnuoa fifteen ycui, mhI wm incocponted in 1836. 



[ Doc. No. 908. ] 



its 









m 
III 


III- 


lili 


ill 


ill 




itii 


nil 


lili 




004 


(S<» 


Amount, fS.OOO 


lloston 


ID It «1 J; 


H at 3u 




,~.d. 


3>W 








ClL 






uw 


Chocolite, value 

17,0«0 


{ m Barton 
re«t in N. E 


3 U 1 dot. 






jooddye 


itofr» 


Amount of buuneu 




IS »t I do.. 


4 at 37 


10 U 37 


Oloboot 


a3,ix» 


r&lucd 45,OU0 




lUCW. 






A kiting. 


600 












.*~tili. 


ISO 


I^Uea' shoei, 10,000 


ntwton 


:o »t 7ici». 




30 at 30 


4k«^> 


900 


Udlcs- ahoei, 13,000 


Boiton 


22 «t 87cl. 




■io at 35 


"*«*«, 


140 










cents 


Ul>i^ 


1»0 


Ui&a/ ■faoo, 1,700 


Boaton 


* at rScU. 




4 M 3S 


kl«i« 


30 










cent! 


Uktiic. 


WO 


L»die.' ihoe^ 4,000 


PHitadrlphia 


B Ht SOoti. 




8 at la 


;tS6. 


lOU 
378 










cenli 


Ahibiv. 


I.JOO 


LuUcb' (hora, 3,400 


N.Y.&Bo8ton 


50 at CIcts. 




50 at n 


trfieetbv. 


4W 










cent! 


kh«fa» 


SSu 


L>diM- >tu>ei, SfiVi 


New Orloins 


I0ai7it.ta. 




13 at 35 


.■as. 


soo 

,«M 




•ad Cieorg:u 






Cejiu 


k>o«o^ 


4sa 


L»dict' dioei, 4,00fl 


New Orleans 


5 at SOcla 




4>t 35 


.ta. 


100 

300 










cent! 


khitkr. 


300 


La.lics' nhoes, 3,000 Builon 


7 at SOcts 




6 at 33 


•tio7 


100 










cent! 


landiUk, 


300 












•en. 


so 










V) at 20 


klatiDK, 


3,01)0 


Lidiea' iboei, 32,500 


\-«w Orleiiis, 


40 ul 75ctii. 








600 




Italcimore. fc 








1.500 




phiL>delp!iis 






^ 



WIHTIONAL FACTS. 



ntablisUmetita in thii town an chiefly occupied in coloring: and piintiiig 
n BoMon, which eiplaina the fact that vraj little capital ia employed. 
BENJAHIN MUDGE. 



OM 



£ Doc. No. aOS. ] 

DocuhintS.— N'o. 7a.—I.yiiN-—Sche<iuk of M 



II 
III 


i 


11 

lllll 


§■5 

M ^ 

ll 

ft. 

(il 


iiii 

mi 


1 

j 


Morocco dresaers 
Edwird C»rroU 

F.B.&.U.Newh>ll 
Willi.ra GUson . 

Abner Nt^hall 
Suiuon Cumniiii^ 
Dui'l W. Newhall 

Tanning 
WinlhropNcwhsl 

Shoenuiking - 
Jii. M. Buckmsii 

DmT B. Bamiiell 
Boben Huuiield 

Junes F. Lewis - 

Nathkoicl Ireson 

Bttfiu PaiTott . 

Tin work 
ViHirl rinrding: 


12,000 

3,000 

600 

2,000 

400 

300 
500 
200 




I hone 
3 hones 
Ihww 


lH.000 

10,000 
1,101 

300 

ISO 

300 

300 
30U 

4O0 

son 


Sheep akina J2,000 
Sheep skins 4,000 
Sheep skins SSO 
hole Icatlier 493 

Sale leBlher 120 
Sole le«her 272 

Bulc leather 300 
Di«MediheepAtnii40 

Sole lenther SOO 

Sole leither I.bOO 
Curried IcBthcc 100 

Sole leather SJO 

Sole leather 800 
Cotton 50 

Sole leather 3,000 
Morocco 100 

Cotton 50 


L 

C 
P 

B 

P 
H 

r 

H 
C 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

BiiUSmgw,0€.,lUfrialiu*at, Minufarfures, Mirketii, fVbrkmen, Wairts. 



227 




Cioit skim 
Retl wood 



GoUikifii 10,000 

D}cvood & indigo 150 



Goit tkbis 
Dycvood 



3,500 
50 



txtffiii iMting 250 
GenHDiinncB 50 

GsBoons, silk, &c. 65 



i 



Engyibitiiig 
luaiheeting 



100 
40 



216 
Gailooiu^ilk, &c. 58 
^N9diTkk!es,9c. 

^U Ustinf^ 100 
bMihectin^ 40 
GaQooiii. sik. &c 50 

batdieetiiig' 54 



^MMihretiiig' 75 
Gdoonaiidulk 100 



m^ lutings 175 Ladies' lasting bIiocs 
wttiheeting' 30 * "" 

<^*OoQDi, aUk, &c. 45 



Cngidilasdn^ 600 
Ni&iheetinip 50 

dOooM, titk, &c. 100 

Ei«li4i listing 1,664 
Rbu sheeting 30tl 
GiBoons, silk, &c. 500 



Si^iroi| 
Slieettin 



Morocco leather 



laics' lasting hIiocs 

2,300 



readies* lasting shoes 

600 

Ladies' shoes 930 



Sole leather 9.000 



Ladies* lasting slioes 

3,000 



Ladies* morocco shoes 

1,-200 
^U bstings 300 Ladies* shoes 2,000 



Misses' slioes 1,000 



1,245 
Ladies* shoes 4,000 



lilies* shcK's n,000 



Bo!{ton 



Boston 






Boston 



Boston 



12 



■ 3 at 75 



Connecticut = .1 



Boston 
Boston 



< 



3 at 75 



! 3 at 67 



I 



Boston 



900 StovoH and tin ware. 



1,100 



value 



:?,600 



Boston 



Kynn and vi. 
cinitv 



6 at 75 



12 at 73 



2 at 50c. 



3 at 50c 



8atl7r. 



2 at 20r. 



.1 



4 at 25c. 
2 at 25c. 



' 7 at iic. 



I 
:l2at20c. 



3 at 1 00 






---_=: -r-=!=si- 



RENJAMIX ML'DUK. 



m 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Docvun 3.— Vo. 79 — LYNN.— AftafaJm/ MMi{^Mtans,JhJMi 



11 

III 


this 


m 


^ = 1 


mm 

1 =.•" S.S fi 


I- 
1 


Thon™ Bowtr - 


flOO 




$2Sa Sole 'eather ^HU 
Cotton SG 


PhiUf 


jM.M.PuUer - 


100 




2,S0G Sole leather 4,300 
Cotioii 100 
Morocco 800 


PhUa. 


Jona. Bumun ■ 


JOO 


on« horae 


l,200Sole leather 1 .300 
Carried leather 1,650 

Bindinjr skini 140 


Danvi 
Charii 




600 




400 9ule c:.thtr 730 
Morocco 600 
Cotton lUO 


DUT< 

Lynn 


D S. Sweeticr 


300 


one horse 


2,000 Sole leather 4,j00 
Mor-ccoand kid 800 
Cotton IM 


Bah. 
Chart 








Sole leather t,00'> 






SOO 




S.OOCSolt leather 4.500 
Morocco 1 ,800 
Cotton %30 


N-T- 


Daniel CroH 


ISO 




1 ,500 Sole leather 1 ,680 
Morocco 350 
Curried leather 964 
Cotton 40 


Bahin 
Lynn 


Nathan Breed 


SOO 


two horses 


' Morocco 1^000 
Curried leather 4. MO 
Cotton aoo 


HOxtH 


DUL Fuiington 


850 


one horse 


3,500 Sole leather 6,975 
"torocco a,2S0 
Cotton 330 


B4Uf 
LyM. 


Amos Auftin 


' - 


- 


- Sole leather 45 
Morocco 43 


Ke« 


Daniel Newhall 


' 


' 


. Sole leather 90 
Morocco 90 


Danv 



[ Dnc No. 368. 1 






i. 

'Uil 



4mi 



I'llj? 









lilt 



iir.r 



ArctioK 4 



i" luting 



ktaHKfBOC Luiio' 



47 J Do morocco ihoFs S,U' 



fcllWi 40U Do RKirocco iboea SflO 
tAMJ^ 3' ^LKdiea* morocco 5,500 



•etiiv I9< 
MdiSk 75( 



i3.u(K. 



LacUes' morocco ab 9,(»0 

lasting ahocs 1 ' 
Do do boots 
C hildrr n's >l)Oa,E(C . 
LjKltea* last! ng sh 

;to a,6.w 

Ladies' morocco ah S,8l'0 

Uiti ng* 34,8' a) 
teaUier S3,UU0 



j Borton 



J BoMon 



New York 
Baltimore 



. .75 
SO at .75 
10 at .70 
i3 at .67 
15 at 

70 al .67 



3 at .18 
) 30 at .17 

IS at ,15 

) 7 at .X 

B 35 at .17 

10 at .13 

S7 at .17 

IS at . 12 

i3 100at.SS 



ttoiwitt. Hm Gentlemen'! pumpi 455 

lAinim ifiO LaiUei' lasting sh 16,940 

■>lk,l(c2,760 1 >o mororco 15,470 

Ituaet' laAing xhoea 1.<<0U 

ChUdren'a slioea 

• Gentlemen'* ahoe« 4<Ki 



SUMAJON miDOB. 



I Doe. No. aoii } 

DocmnTS—No 80— liJHM— AfcAii V It 



If 

!i 

III 


fill 

mil 


liill 


§■8 

1 


llliiili 


= 


Siiwrnoiirl^. 












John Uudge & 


tttOO 


■ 


83,000 


Sole leather 't,9,S0O 
Moiotco "^l.WO 
Cotton 900 


Hi 


S. BaehcUer, jr 


aW) 






Sole leatlier l.OOft 
Morocco and leather SOO 
Cotton 50 


Ph 


James Uuiigr - 




' 


400 


Sole leather 150 
Morocco lOU 
Cotton 44) 




s:Brimblecom 


1,500 


One horec 


1,000 


Sole leather *.000 
Morocco 4,000 
Cotton '. eon 




John B, Chase 


300 


One horse 


1,500 


SQlek«U»p 4*700 
Morocco 4>0Qe 
Cotltm. ■. 13i 
Cumed Iwlhcr .. oMJ 


i 


JonRhNewhall 


300 




2.0M 


Sole leather S,SM 
Morocco 3,000 
■Collon 60 




9. Bacheikr, jr 






*00 


Sole leatlier 900 
Morocco IBO 
Cotton 57 


Ph 


SAlbu, Mudge 


200 


one.™ 


coo 


Soiele&thcr 1,200 
OotHon 3D0 


Ph 



[ Doc. No. a08. ] 



S3) 



^\ 


'It 


ilili 


lilt 




M 


eJ 


i 


•-•ft 






ip«I.3O0 


UdiM'l>«y<hoM»B.000 


AU in Borton 


ljst73c. 


7 at sac. 


18at30c. 


ET 100 


Do moroceo do i.OOO 










!*nonMO 












itiDf MO 












SUU 


Udie^ lutinc <hoes3,D00 
Morocco and lea. 4,000 


ilnH>s..,iin 


13 at ere. 




10 at SOc 


N. Hsm ,sl.ire 








etiiV IM 














LmSm' morocco shoe* 900 


\11 in Ihine 


2 at 73c 




3at30t- 


« SOD 


Gent'i pump* 13,000 


vend 4,fUXI >1 


35al67c. 


. 


*5»t20c. 


«iiir3oo 


Cluld«n'« ihoea 6,000 


HAVRnn* 








no 


HUKl' iHt >hD« 1,750 










£.£ 




Bsltimoiel, 


40 at 63c. 




43 at 20c. 


-Lidie-' Urt. boot. 180 


CincinnitTi 








■S MO 


Do shoes 6,:!00 
Lulia' lek. boots 300 

Do thoei ajMO 
Ladiei' rooT. booti SOO 

Do nhocm 6,000 

Minn' Iwt. ■boe> 4U0 

Do le.1hcrdo 70 

Do le*. boots 80 
Do mor. do 1,500 










« 1.O01 


[juKe.- lut. ,hot» €,VM) 


Charicston and 


33 at ere 




35 at 20c. 


tAfMO 


Do mor. shoes 14,000 










■OmiMI 












It 3n 


Bentlemen') pump* 700 


i Bos., i PhiL 


8 at SOc. 




Sat 15c. 


Slinff 77 


Ladies' lastinK shoes 700 










is» 119 


Do booU98i) 

Do >lne>680 

HUses'lsst bootoiee 

L^es- mor. iboei 900 










2 A 101 


Ls<fei' .hoc. 2,400 


Boston 


8nt75c. 




8 at ISi-. 













BRNJAMIN MVOGH: 



MS 



t Doc. 

DOCDMHT 3. ' No. SI. 



No, SOP. ] 

.—l.YKS.—SeMule of Umu/kehirm, 1 



p 

Daniel L. Hudgc 
Jacob J. Johnion 
JcKph Breed, 3d 

David Taylor 

Hugh DaTia 



Jona. Bojce aJid 
Chas. B. Cloug^ 
Qeoi|;e Johnson 



f; 






:J|SS 



ill's I 



r^j 



i|'l fill I 



Sole leather 97 ,<M 

Morocco 2.i\ 

Cotton l,n< 

Sole lather 91 

Morocco 1! 

50(>8o1e leather 1 .31 

Morocco 21 

Cotton : 

Sole leather 13,04 

Morocco S , 5f 

Cotton 8l 



300 Sole leather 

Sole leather 
Morocco 
Cotton 

Curried leather 
Bole leather 

HOTTOCCO 

Sole leather 

Morocco 

Cotton 

Curried lealll«r 

Sole leather ' i 

Morocco 

Cotton 

SjOOOSole leather 

id IcRtiier 



III 

m 



.,.iaHe*to«n,K> 
HaltinMre fc lU 



P1.!Iarlel|i(n 
harleatDOrn, M 



fl Doc. No. .Ms. ] 
•fc, JIM* mi, MmttfiduKi, MoHuti, irerhnen, iVaga. 






S^%.''-.' 






£J 



'sVi 



3 S-^ 



iBk u)d plloon 3,690 
luBiiiliMtiii^ 1.600 
Eugbrii luti^ 30Q Ladies lait'g shoes 






ceo boiit^ 1 



Ii. dk k |BiIor>tU 

tiiflidi1hKi.d 

EnfUhstinpt r.OOdLsdicH' ii'^t. ilu 3B.0U0 

'^^*tdamgt S.OOlJMiwi' 

Cdhcoi k Klk :: .OOU Ladies' mnr. do 7 UOLi:S:lv 

KbboM 13 ,500 Uenllemen's ilip. 6 OU' 

CailUkbfiap l,40ULa(lVt bt ksli. i, 
BUK AKti^ «5(I HisKs' 1st. dioei t , 
^ glBonui ind UentlrnKn'i pps. 1, 

ribbani 940 Lailiea'Eui Lnio. 3,59J 

ChiH'n's 



CwUbn 



30 



Ladii 



Dn do 9h.k bts. I 



wmbEdcd 5«DCli<ld' 



UiBos' do 
t^jliea' lasC do 
U rib. 144 U<i mor. boots 

nr 100 G«nUemcn'a pps 

EifUbMiii^ 6,000 Children' ■"- - 
k«Aeetin^ 2.' " -" 



10 at 35 

BUMS:; 



i' ht do 



Ocorgia 

,,klpliia 



btUbstlnes l.OOOLadJc^l.b. JLihs.6, Oia lo noiton 
■UH Meeting SOoIDo mor. do do 4,>. .(i N'. V. Ba!. Fbl 

lij Doslon 



1,4jI) 



_ _ _ _ to Laies" lost, do 38, OliJGeorgia, S. < 
■ k ntks 1 ,aO(l Chddrrn's do da .'.OOOiM Or., N 
Wiaa I Sua Ladies' mor. do ffi m 

f^hgiaet 3 .ao Lu]!es' luL do ir.lOOl'rDvlder.cc, 
MKmindiilk 600 Uo kid do 2,5UOl Island 
bwdicctiiiE' 47i 



-15 


St IS 


15 


.tip 


50Bt20 


:;o 


»t20 



BENJAMIN MUDGK. 



134 



[ Does No. 308. ] 

UEXT 3,— No. 62.— I.YKK ■■ .VAn/i./c of Maiuf:!tliiref, Bu 









^1 

is 
^1. 




S'5 

III 


mm 


III 

s|l 

nil 


!iA,».nakins- 












Charlea Winslow 


^f 600 






Sole Icatlicr (3,000 

Morocco 50J 

Cotton 200 




Isakli Cluisc 


330 




(1,000 


S,ik- leather 1,4'iU 
Morocco 950 
Curritd Icitlier 63' 
Cotton 281 


DaiiTct* 
HoMon 
Chorlcalovn,!! 


ErtesNewhaU - 








Sole leslhcr 101 
Morocco . 100 


Unnvei-s, Has. 


Wm. 9. Boyce - 


soo 




J. 200 


Sole leather !,50i 
Morocco 339 
Cotton 17.) 


I'liiladelphu 
Ljitn 


HicBJftb C. Pralt 


1,000 


One hoi'se 


8.000 


.Sole Icadier lO.aSO 
Morocco 3,053 
Ctirricd tciliiT 2,3li 
Cotton 310 


n.-.nver» kS. 
SaiiKui & ICiCaa 
Clurlewoa 


Iwlah Breed 


' 600 


One hoi-... 


r.ooo 


Sole lenther R.JS. 
Morocco 2,524 
Ciirried leather 2, .'ju 
Cotton 4.T8 


Bait k Dnnver 
Lynn & CWle 


James Pnitl 


30(J 


Oiin liortic 


e.oon 


Sole leather 8,R80 

morocco B4^ 

Colloii l,28fi 


B-ltimare' 
r-JwrluL & 14^ 


Amoa Mower - 


BOO 


" 


4,000 


3nlc tcallicr 4,2J0 
Mor«:e., 1,0.;0 
Ciirr^'d leallicr 40U 


I'hiladcl. k B- 
Lynn 


D.„idCh„c . 


500 


iiw-rio™. 


6.55( 


) OttlHl li.'. 

Solo leather 7,4.13 
Morocco 1.114 
nrnton 475 


D*nv«n k N.- 


Sunuel Boycc • 


500 


One hcirw 


r.ooo 


-'it ' kaliier 6,\iil- 
M.,™ccQ 4.4.1J 
. ..Moi. 6<0 


nnnvcn & S. 
ftiHufclptn 


ChwJcs Chase - 


600 


()i\c hor»e 


2 000 


■'.1 IcMlher 2,0'.)0 

M:-",icco 3J0 
i-oji -200 


Dui*enfcB(M 
Ljnn fc FhiL 


Stephen Oliver ■ 


SOo 


Oiii- Iim.*.' 


4 50.1 


■■.:■ Icjtlier 3,750 
M.i3C.o 300 


PM«W,*» 



BendeB the abme 1 
go into the b:iv for t 
un'lin^ to Slippy ih( 
Uieoine, clear of .> 'i 

jMNm il uDcnuiicd U, 



EXPLANATION8,"REMA8I 

liere are ten bin. 1! ■irli'-onti's, mrii-iied by cijjhly men, p 
.il. Novc„i;;iM-. \u.:ci., ■ocl.uiv,.. The fish arc .old at r 
.. Tr-jTij 11. ■ 1 . 1.: u, .1 ... :i., If cent ;)er pound. The iTcn 
e estimated ut iflOU per iiun for the scBsoni but tbe I 



f-Doc. No. 308, 3 

, MdiHab una, .Vanu/brlurt*, Mmlrfi; IVorkmin, IVagn. 






5S3 

i'oS 



4 :: t a ' 
= 3 I fc i _ 

I will 



s* 



li'i 






il 

111! 



rUililren'j do 
Morooco (io 
Cliliiir-Ti's hools ■ 



(■;crnl'<'liitn':i-i:ii'i-soGCI 



>*wliitlj70|l 



l*wliiyl,13i; M- 

lAeet-i^ 1,2:23 I 

■fcMlk "' 

■Atcting' 

MktUk 



s'Jait. ai»jr,'j7i'; 



G^-i:il'. pmn,.. ifi\i\ 
rh:Ulru'n',,s!i:i'.M 5,51! 
l^>ric!ticdiil.dD4!>,iJ< 



LailiciSi chil..lo35,3 5C 



S. fc w. sawi 



«fc«ifk 3,jOJr>o Kstiiiicalicii 



Ch. tboi-s & bouts 'J.WA 






a. y. k Uoston 



e the July »»ii fiist charajed on foreign Bhoes, thu liwncli carried on in tbb town \iM 
t TCT7 Utile compethiOD from xbroail- 

BENJAMIN UUUtiK. 



sat 



DOCDKIKT 3— No. 



; Doc. No. 308. ] 

.— LYNNFIELD AND HAMILTON &!udul 



111 



lllif 






|3s| 

2 i: s 5- 






William Fcrlcins 



Jiatiua Hewes 



W.&G.Whittredgt 



WiUi>m Skinner 



Silc Icallier, 
Curried Irither, 
Binding. 



EXPLANATIONS, 1 



la LTiuifieU, bendea die abore named, t)i 
iMeljr CMnmenGeiW whicii cmploya about Ibor n 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 437 

uitd, Mmufaaurai, MirktU, Worhntn, W^e*. 



n 

k 


111 

IV- 

'm 

Si's a 




1 

ikiii 


••m 

iff 

fill 


i Ml Eli 

it Ami 


w»«, 


•100 


Gentlemen'* shoeii, 

« 1,400 
Ladies' shoes 900 


All in Haai. 


SatrOcla. 


3 at so 
cents 


3 at 20 
cents 


k«i«r. 


50 
100 


Ladiei ilioes, 1,60(1 


M\ in Boston 


aatrocw. 


t St 40 


3 at 9 
cents 


*««%. 


160 


Gentlemen's siioes, 

3.2H} 


*ll in Boston 


S al -Wet*. 


3 at 30 


11 at » 
cents 


k-S* 


300 


GoitlemeD'a ahoea, 

2,SM 
Ladies' aboe^ 8S0 

Children's shoes, S50 


AU in Mass. 


tOaiUcts. 


- 


Sat 10 














k"*«. 


50 
40 


Gentlemen's shoes, 

1,500 


All in Boston 


S at 45 cts. 




Sat IS 
cents 


""fiHi 


50 
45 


Ladies' shoes, i,'^) 


AJ] in Boston 


J at 50 cts. 




3 at 10 
cenla 


T, 


•,000 


Vmtra, ■ 


New Eogknd 


T at I dol 







UmOMAL PACTS. 

Am liken ia an gil niUl, Wt 



it baa b«an idle tb« pttat j'ear, in consequence orth* 
XBNJAHIN UUDGE. 



[ Doc. No. 808. 3 



■il. 

11c 


nil 
fill. 

ml 




m 

nil 


iti 

° 5 




1-53 


I'.'-i gil 


11 




Hlu^»ak:.^. 






1 






I!j.-vks. OvLt, & 


JiOU 




81,0U0;Sf.lc Icatiier 


li.ftji) 


Ne 


Co. 








Morocco 
Cotton 


1,600 
350 


Ly; 


-A. & W. Hooper 


300 




60u 


Sole leatheF 

Morocco 
Lotion 


700 
450 
200 


Bal 


The. Wooldl-iilgH: 


300 




1,000 


Soir i.-itlier 
Morocco 

Cotluii 


],50t) 

3,000 
fciO 


Phi 

Bo 


Sunuet Goodwui 


200 




3lK) 


8ol^ Ic-athcr 
Cotton 


300 
100 


Bd 


Hooper Goodwin 


lit) 




400 


Sole leather 
Cuttoti 


300 
300 
50 


Bo 


Jobn Ome 


ISO 




1,000 


Sate kitticr 


1,300 










Morocco 


1,700 


Ne 










Cotton 


330 




Band Spu-llawk 


200 




GOU 


Sole leather 

Morocco 

Cott<,n 


' 90O 
1,300 

200 


Ba: 


0. Blanchfleld - 


200 




500 


Soir leatiicr " 
Curried Itathcr 


450 
3S0 


Bn 
Bo 


Joseph VC. Snow 


.100 




4U0 


Sole ieuUiffr 
Morocco 


300 
400 
300 


Bo 


JottliL B. ILinn - 


200 




500 


Solekalhur 


60O 


Ba 










800 


Ly 












150 




George Roundy - 


200 




400 


Sole letiUicr 
Morocco 


aoo 

5U0 
15l> 


Bo 


Junes SiiiiUi - 


.100 




600 


Sole leadicr 
Cotton 


600 
7SIJ 
300 


Ph 
Bo 


Benjamin Brown 


350 




roo 


Sole leather 
Morocco 

Cotton 


rso 

150 


Pb 
Ba 


Thomas Foss - 


200 




500 


Sole leitliLT 
Curried leather 


330 
3M> 





More than 400 additional shoemakers live in thin town, I 
era, «i« inclnded in the report of that toim 

Huiy dtizens of this towo go to fi>'a or fishing', in tlir mi 
ter; but the above i» the " average number" employcil. 



[ Doc. No. .108. ] 

^tk,]liianAuteJ,Manufatturef,Mdrkel$, Workmen, Waef*. 



1 

1 


111 

ill 


ililli 


1 


1 


1% 

i 


mt 1300 


Cluklrcn'. boots 15,400 


All 111 nnston 


4 at 67cls 


a as 36c. 


Ualirc. 


1*^ r* 


ChUdren-ii boot% 


S.800 


do 




13 at 25c. 


15 atl3c. 


fant SOD 


ChUtlren-s booU 


12,00U 


do 


as at 50cts. 




30 gtl2c. 


bin » 


Gent'tmcn'aslip' 


3,000 
rs 1.000 


do 
do 




fist lie. 

4 r.t 17c. 


6 at t2r. 
4 at 8.-. 


.tm«d 


Children's boots 


8.000 


do 




S0al4Uc. 


16 St 9<-. 


aoo 


Children's booti 


6,000 


do 


4 nl GOcU. 


8 at 24c. 


18 at 2c. 




BojV shoes 


3,000 


do 


4 M. 6Tctd. 






. ISO 


Children^ boots 


4,000 


do 




6 It asc. 


6 at lOc. 


fanud 

ISO 


Chikb«n>ndTni3» 


5,000 


do 


4 at sorts. 


6 at 20c 


13 at 9c. 




Gendemen'SAlip' 


■13,000 


do 


6 »t 40ct9. 




5 at irc, 


faM«,d 
1» 


Children's boots 


4,000 


do 




10 at 25c 


fl at I2c. 


mud 
300 


Children's boots 


5.000 


do 


3 at SOcU. 


8 at 3Sc. 


S at 16c. 




Boys' shoci 


1,000 


do 


3 at SOcls. 







MTIONAL FACTS. . 

■ «*, until the last war, almost entirely destitute of manufactories of any kind, 
ciminediately connected with iheir stapk-, the fislieriea (.ompitition. in the 
naffcet has materially chanRMl 'h ■ bus.neas of the town, and even the remain- 
n nosr depend cluefly on the home marknt. 

^ ' BENJAMIN MUDGE. 



S40 



. [ Doc. No. 308. T 

Docmtirr j.—No »5.— MARRLEHEAO —Sdudule "/ J£f 



ill 


ilif 

fllll 


FIN 

i m 
liill 


111 




i 

i 


K 




>■ 




t- 




Cordage fartory - 


a3,uoo 


$1 .iOO 


rl.SO 


.'5 barreb, tar JljO 


N 


Andrew l^key. 








i.i Ions bemp 3.40U 


K 


Cordage fiictnry ■ 


6,000 


400 


5.001 


'tonihcmp 1,280 




J. fel. W.l«.n. 








->"^ bUlii tar 400 


N 


Ccxl-Iine factory - 


1.300 


, 


300 


i-JOO IbH aax 400 


M 


-1-hamu l-.v>nfi, 












Vuitinfcardlictory 


40U 


300 


l,)l* 


1000 reams paper 4,000 


U 


Samuel Avery. 












Tobacco factory - 


70U 




500 


2r.0iJ0lbstoljaccci 1.600 


K. 


Sam'l Manning. 








r.fx*,.cca rf 
Boiefl, Itc. SOO 




Cabinet worJt 


l.SOU 




1,100 


Lun.ber 301, 


H 


DtveretuiJt&Chln 












Tinware factory ■ 


1 ,7011 


700 


500 


. 




Daiiitl Weed. 












Coopering 


1,500 


400 


fiWJ 


Slaves niid hoops 1,500 


N 


Henry Sweat 












Soap factory 


60!) 


. 


30r 


Aihea, potasli. Sic. S6g 




Tliomai llrowii. 













EXPLANATIONS, B 

Finy-ninc veswla arc employed in fishing, wliich average Be»cl\^-five tons, u 

ned by four Jiundred ami iwelvr mon and b'lys Tlie number of nih tmketi h*l 

^ nutlion aix hundred and eii;hl:y-1wo tiioiisand six hiiiidrcd and Gfiy, md 

|1.13,300. Eiglit hundred an<l cigtity (ivi> barrels of oil, valued at 013,390. 

After deducting S^~>J,0(.0 for ai.li and $6000 for bait, the hands wtll receiTC 
each fbr about eight months' services. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



I 



ssl 

II ! 
fill 



.1.11 






"8lJ 



UanilltfTus 15,873 Csnls^ 



817,600 I 
Cordage 

Codlinci 3,500 . 

Vliiting carda 6,000 , 

3ef:»rs 11,109 ! 



K) Fur 



3,600 1 



mrc 3,000 AUii 

Fuh hogiiheaili 3,(U0 All ii 
50,000 Ibi *oap 1,300 All ii 



I HI 

il 

10 U 1.00 

irati.ir 

J at 1.17 

! at 1.00 

r. i Bt !.00 

4 Kt 1.00 
2 at 1.00 
i at .81 






10 at .50 

10 at .50 



1 a 



1 at .50 
.1 at .50 
1 M .60 



1^1 

I'd 



4 at .30 
3 at .SO 

B nt .50 



DinONAL FACTS. 

U,DOO wnth of the above liah ^o to foreign nuvketti (he prindpal part of the 

•ent to New York and Albany. 

. Kaaon m5 couidcred tinUTonUile. The fiih are chicHjr taken on the Gtmnd 

BBNJAION mniGB. 



234 



[ DoC No. 308. ] 

DociBFsT 3.— No. 62 — LVKN - Stlitdult of Afcuuf ■£/</«.■, Bm 



ill 


ii3^ s-Jili 

si 3^8 ■sal's, 

jlili|iif 


IJ 


IpiiiJi 
^iiiiiii 


III 
■ill 

li!. 

Isll 














Chwle. Winblow 


,^600 


One horse 




Sole leather «3,000 

Morocco SO'J 
Cotton SOU 


PhiUdelphui 


IsamhCluac 


550 




(1,000 


Sole leather l,4uU 
Morocco 950 
Currii'd leullitr 63' 
rolhon 2W 


Boston 
Cl)aHc>to<ivn,Ut 


EXc* Newhdl ■ 


- 


• 




Hole leatlier VM 
Morocco . 100 


Danvci-s, Mas. 


Wra. B. Boycc - 


500 




i.20') 


Sole leather S.JOi 
Morocco 359 
Cotton 17.1 


t'hdidelplua 
Ljnn 


HicBJaii C. Pratt 


1,000 


One horse 


8,000 


Sole tcjilher 10,850 
Morocco 3,0-(S 
Cjrried lp..tlitr a,5ri 
CMton 510 


Daiive« it N. 
SauguabMiltm 


Ini&h Breed 


' 600 


One hon^ 


r.ooo 


Sole Icnihcr S,,:H- 
Morocco %S'ii 

Cim-.e.i leather 2, .'5U 
Colt on 438 


Bait, b Danvet 
Lyni. & Chaile 


Junes Pratt 


300 


Oiic liDrsc 


5.oon 


Sole Icnlher B.HSU 
Morocco 9.1L 

Cotu:!! i,3afi 


BHllinmre 
rliarlest. & Lyi 


Amo. Mower - 


800 




4,000 


Snle Icali.cr 4,l!Ji 
M.„-occ<. l,g.,0 
Ci.rri.-dloiithcr «0U 


I'hilsdel. & Da 

Lynn 

CharleaUnrn 


Dank'] Chiuc 


JOO 


ltiiel>u]-3r. 


6,550 


fi<Ai leather 7,43: 
Mo:-.cco 1.1 14 

tot ton 47 J 


Danversfe W.. 
Baltiimirc 


SMiiiud Doycc . 


500 


One horse 


7,000 


.'.!■■■ le«Uicr 6.0IJ. 
^..^-occo 4,4.'. 
i.Alon . fiiO 
^ol. leather 2,Q-t} 


»i.nvcra iL N. ■ 
Vhiladelph.. 


Chulc* Chase - 


600 


One horse 


2000 


D*nT«:r«l>.UMt. 










\^..",KCo 5J! 


I^imbPhiL 


BWphcn OliTcr - 


iOO 


One horse 


4 30tl 


■: ; leather 3,75i: 
^t-.,ac,o 300 
'.■-^Lon 150 


Pba>de1t>t>i> 



Beiidei tlle obnie biislntru, there are 
|p> into the bnv for cod-i>)>h, Ir.m Novc 
luuhng, toiupplv thi' •-iriii.^y, -i fotii t 
ineaniB, dear of .)'tiitB, ni^y Ht ettbuted a 
•CHMi it aromuitcd to (ISO. 



[ Doc. No. 808, 3 

*TMi Bitd, .Vana/arlarcr, Mnihh, It''.r/tmcii, li'tifc 



.J 


. ,. 


i'i 


Ill 










Bi 


Ml 


Pl 


1151 


Si'S 














P^- = 



Sa-ii^nfuif <HS CUMTca'i do i 

faiymkiiW. I^ M.IIIX-CO <lo .1,1 

Cliililri^n's bouts 4,1 



LrrM< i'-'im; 2p2i 

bom lAicUng I , I iO 

Ch:itln>n's 3ii(H>;( 

Kiwa ilinlliiE 1,SJ3 Ijulic- 
G>nixiakHlk 4,998 

KiituJmtin^ 600 )> 
Gi&unkiilk ""■ - 



P l] jl 'r|| 






!,4fiU] N- Y. Mt,!l 



I do 



J 1)V ninrO'.TO llo 5,1 

ERfU Imiag %SO0 LaA. & ch. bouU 6,20b 
Iba^nUcling rOHUu moi-ocrn do 5,6') 



X. V. & Lo*l'.n 



biDjoetiiilk MO Do Uslin^ do H,i. .'J| 



I . Rt (i j 

liat33 
, J at iO 
ant 45 



! 



m. 



19 nt la 

■117 



S.iiilli AtluiLlii--, ami eniploy forty- 



Since Ui'j (luvy ww first chained on forfijpi shoes, llic brjticli 
bd but «My liule competition from abmsil. 



UENJAMIN HUBUB. 



83« [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocunKT 3.— Na S3.— LYNNFIELD AND HAmUTON.—Sehtduk of : 



i 


ill- 
--ml 


Mlii 

ifni 


if 

is 


fill 


1 


HoKS RicharSsor. 


S300 


- 


8*00 


Sole leather, »4fi0 
Curried leather. 463 


Charlestavi 


WiUiwn Perkins 


20' 




3<H) 


Sole leather, 33.. 
Morocco, 32i 


phn>deiptd 


J(«hu>l[ewes . 


2.0 




700 


Sole leather, 1,500 
Curried leather, 1,700 




W.&G.Whittredgt 


sou 


■ 


4O0 


Sole leather, ai7 
Curried leather, 708 
Binding', 80 


PhOaddpU 


William Skinnci- 






- 


Sole leather, 300 
Cumed leather, S30 


Cbarifstovi 


Matthew Cox - 


100 




300 


Sole leather, ISO 
Morocco. 15U 


Philad«lpU 
Charlotowi 


HAiiin,Toif. 












awrint i-ancen - 
Daniel Anlbal 


3,000 


3,S00 






" 



EXPLANATIONS, REMA 



In L^nnfield, beiidei the above named, Acre ia a smsll woollen lactoiy whk 
Utel)' caiiuBenc«(^ whicU emphiyi about four mei) and Uuce boys. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] S37 

faimtt, awWy^g*., JbtoiaZi attd, Munufiuiurr*, Mifkett, Workiiten, Wagrt. 



hi 

1 


111 


mi 

HIlH 


l|f 
lit 

111! 




■iBAntiDK, 30 
Us>», 100 

lii^dMlijjg, IGO 
*■■ *iilH. 300 

■^*HM. 50 

M-T^^ «5 

»*I»!, *000 


Gentlemen's shoes, 

(1,400 
Indies' sboc", 900 

L>die> abaci, 1,600 

Gentlemrn's slioej, 

3,2-^ 

GenUemFn'i shoes, 

2,590 
Ladio- ihoe^ S5ii 
CbildKn'i ^oei, 550 

1,500 

Udieic' thocs ],3D() 

Vmccts, 


AUinUui. 
\11 in Boston 
AH In Boston 
All in Mii»s. 

411 in Boston 
All in Boiton 

New EngUnd 


3 at 70 eta. 
3at70cl>. 

SM40cla. 
10 It 43 ct*. 

2 at 45 ctg. 
i at 50 ct». 

r at 1 dol 


3 at 50 
cents 

1 at 40 

3 .1 30 


3 at 20 
cenia 

5 at S 
II at S 
8 at 10 

3 at 18 
cents 

3 at 10 
centa 



UllM»noNAL PACTS. 



it lui bean idle ths past year, in confequence oT the 
SBNJAHIN MUDQB. 



aaS C Doc. No. 808. ] 

BacDKiirr 3— No. 84.-UAKBLEHEAD.— &*«*»* o/ Jfimn/**^ 



h 

■ji- 

Hi 


lill 

mi 


limjii 


ifiK 

^1 S 1-5 


III 

ill 


i 














)li.»'ks. Urn^', & 


tiUiJ 




Jl.uOUHi.lt leatlitr 


H,iOo 


New York 


Co. 








Cotton 


1.60U 
3S0 


Lynn 


'A. SiW. Hoop.T 


30.- 




60o 


Sole leather 
Morocco 


700 

450 
200 


Baltimore 

l.ynn 




300 




1,000 


S.j1.' U-athet 
Morocco 

fflltOll 


l,50ri 
2,0OJ 

*!0 


Philidclplwi 

toKton 


B*mucl Goodwin 


200 




3(10 


H.]L' h-nthcr 
CoHoii 


300 

100 


Baltimore 


Hooper Uoodwin 


150 




4W0 


Sole k-alhci- 

Morocco 

Colloii 


sou 
50 


Roitlon 


John Ome 


ISO 




1.000 


Sole k-athcr 


1,20U 

1,700 

3B0 


Ph-lidelphia 
New York 


Baml Sparhawk 


300 




600 


SoK- katht-r 
Morocco 

CotUm 


900 

1.300 

200 


New York 


O. Blanchfiold - 


200 




SUO 


Sok- Icallicr 


450 
350 


Baltimon 
Binloii 


Joseph W. Bnow 


.100 




400 


Sok' L-allicr 

Morocco 

Cotton 


300 

wi 

300 


iSSr* 


Join. 8. lloson • 


200 


■ \ 500 


<4olc ItatlK-r 


600 


Baltimwe 








Mor»H:co 


Sub Lviin 








Cotlon 


150 




GeoT^ Buundy - 


aoo 


. \ *00 


Sole lexllicr 


800 


Ptiihdelphi* 










.Morot-co 


5(,0 


Bostoa 












I5i> 




James Smith - 


300 




GOO 


»ole U-adicr 

Morocco 

Cotton 


GOO 
7it 


HhlliuklpliirB 
Boston 




350 


- ; 700 


Sole leather 


750 


Philadclphe 




j 1 


Morocco 


iliO 


Boaoa 






Coltcm 


150 




Thomss Foss - 


200 , - - ! 500 


Sole U'»11ier 


251 


BilUmote 




1 1 


Curried lather 


aoOiBQ-w 



More than 400 additional shoemakers lire in 
en, STc iiictaded in the n.-poil of ituit town 

Many citizenii of this town j;o to urn oi- fishini^.iii the summer, ami make shod in Ac* 
tcf) but the above b tbc " average number" employed. 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 839 

p,»,)klmahifeJ,3fiatufadiirer, .\farlul>, H'orkmm, H^crfM. 







1 = 


lie 
■ifl 

sill 


nh 
[III 

fill 


lllj 


Pi 

1 


>iub« nu 


Chiklnn'i boots 15,401} 


All 


n Hoston 


4 at 67cts 


8«36c. 


i;2>tirc. 


IlUh>>>, 7X 


ChildRn'* bnou S,800 




do 




13al23c. 


lSatl3c. 


b^fanl JOO 


CMIdrra's bnoU 12,000 




•lo 


3J at 50cl9. 




JO «tl3c. 


Mm ' 105 


Children', booln 3*000 

KcnComcn'sslip'ra 1,000 




.lo 
do 




Bwliu. 
4 at ITc 


6 at 12c. 
4alBp. 




CtuldPcn'. boot! 8.000 




do 




a0al40c. 


IfiBtSc. 




Children's boots 6.O00 
BojV shoes 2,000 




.lo 
do 


* al 60cU. 
4 at 67cts, 


e at 24c. 


Hat 2e.. 


* . IJO 


CUIdien's boots 4.000 




<lo 




5 ii 35c 


6 at lOc. 


• 1» 


IcUldranandmiuri- 
sllocs 5,000 

Gentlemen'Mlip'r. 3,000 




do 
do 


4 m SOcts. 
6 al 40cu. 


6 at 20c 


12 at 9c 
5 at 17c. 


* l» 


CbiUren** boots 4,000 




do 




lOaiaSc. 


8 at 13c. 


■» an 


Chadrwi's boots S,OM 




do 


3 at 50C1S- 


8 at 33c. 


& at I6c. 


I-—! 


Boys' ihoei 1.000 




do 


■2 at SOPts. 







i'*!™iMirnONAL FACTS. * ,.-..- J 

[ 'I'^a Bu, until the iMt ■ar, almost entirely dertitute of manu fact ones of any kind, 
[*F'llo» Immediately connectwi with their staple, the fisheries (;ompttJtioni in tho 
^IJ<*»Mtet has maieriully changed ih ■ bus'.ness of the town, and even t!>e remain- 
^Moarti now depend chiefly on the home market. 

■^ BENJAMIN HUDUE. 



S40 



[ Doc. No. 308. 1 

r -J — No 8S — MARBLRHF.AD —SelieduJe «f 3 



is 

ill 


m 
fill 


fills 

m 
i-iii 


5 = 

ill 










> 




F- 


Conla^ fartory - 


13,000 


*l,400 


il.50 


?5 barrels Ur JlaO 


!) 


Andrew I«ckej-. 








13 ions hemp 2.41X1 


K< 


Cordage fuctnry ■ 


6,000 


400 


5,001. 


■f tons hemp 1.580 




J. & I. Wdson, 








I'Mbbbtir 4O0 


N 


Cod-lbie factory 


1,300 


, 


JOO 


.JOU lbs flax HjU 


U 


Thomas Evans. 












Vii>tin(f card factory 


400 


500 


I.ilrtJ 


1000 reimB paper 4,000 


l( 


Samuel Avery. 












Tobacco factory - 


70U 


. 


500 


ir.O'O lbs tobacco 1,600 


K< 


Sam'l Manning. 








Boies, &e. 30( 




Cabinet work 


1,500 




l,!LiO 


Lumber 30C 


M 


DeTerenui&Cbin 












Tinware faclory • 
Daniul Weed. 


1,7011 


700 


500 
















eooperlng 


l.iOO 


400 


BWJ 


Slaves aiid lioopi l.SOO 


N 


Henry Sweat. 












Soap factory 


600 




301. 


Aihia, potash, &c. 360 




Tboma, Urown. 













EXPLANATIONS, R 

Rfty-nine vessels arc employed in fishinK-, which averaifc seventy-flve tons, an 

ned by four hundred and twel>-e men and b'lya The number of fiili taken Iwt 

one mHUon six hundred ami eli;hty-two thimsand six linnitred and (ifly, and 

ilJ3,500. Eiglit hundred and ui|fhty five barrel-: of oil, vabieil at 813,390. 

After deducting (k1J,D(.0 for salt and S6000 for bait, the hands will receive i 
e*cb fbr about eight months' services. 



C Doc. No. 308. 2 

•^ »»*4 Marm/adut^t, Uatkett, Worham, rTagu. 



«4I 



i 



llSs 



Hit 



lllll 



Jl o g to 



ill 






|s|| 
I fib 



UOiMuilkfnfl tS,teii CvdnKe 



■W ».DcnincQM$0 



300 
1,S2J 



C17,6CK1 
45,000 
Codlinei 
Viaitini; CArds 6,000 
Segin 11,109 



400Funiitare 



Tin warp 3,000 

Kib hogsheads 3,600 
50,000 IbfMup 1,300 



All in Hau. 

Mus. & It. I. 



AU in Mu3. 
All in Hau. 



10 at 1.00 
I7at l.lr 
2 at 1.17 
I at 1.00 
I.OO 

( at 1.00 
I.OO 



1 at .30 

.! at .50 



uBUSETnONAL PACTS. 

tta|l],000 Toitii of the abore fiih pi to foreign mu-keb: the principal part at the 
"^iiU toNew York and Albanf. 

^htMUon was eonndered un&TorabIc, The fiih are chicfl; taken on the Gnwd 

BENJAION HUDGB. 



i*» 



I Doe. Ho. 308. ] 

OoctrxHn ).— Na. 86.— U£THUEN — ticheAtk »/ Manu] 



n 


ii'iti 


liKiii 

lilt III 


■{•si i li i 

jiillitl 


1 

i 
1 


Cotton manulact'y, 


glOO,0(}0 


SBS.OOO 


5,000 


:;olton, 256,000 Iba. (63,120 




began 1883, incr. 




rranaporta. 




Starch, 38,000 lbs. 1,400 


Se^ 


in 1838, 2 buUd't 




2,500 




Wood, 125 corda 500 


Mai 


for operatives. 








Coal, 125 tons 1,125 


Per 


Proprietorft— Grant 








Charcoal, 2,500 biu. 350 


■fl.] 


& Seaver, J. & H. 








S. oil, 3,000 nig. 3,350 




J. Howe Ic Co., J. 








nine, 3C0 lbs. SO 




Heani&Co., Mc- 








Copperaa, 10,000 lbs. 300 


Vei 


MUfc Clark, ftMt.; 








Oil vitriol, 1,500 lbs. 90 


Ml 


Tho, Weal, Haver- 








lime, 40 cask 9 70 


Ha! 


hUli A. Adams. T. 








Leather, 1,000 Iba. 300 


Mm 


Thuter, Methuen. 








Iiiseedoil,300gal». 300 
Soap. 1,100 Iba. 66 
Spirits turp.. 200 gnla. »tj 
Baling cloth, 3,600 y^ 4SS 
Alum. 100 lbs. 6 
Saltpetre, 100 Iba. 8 


N.I 
K. . 
Uai 


Cotton machinery, 








iron, wTo't and east. 




Same concern. 








15 tons 1,500 
Lumber. 10,000 ft. 200 






7,000 


6,000 


3,900 


llap 2.000 


0. 


Adolphus Durant 














6,450 


1.000 


18,700 


Sole lea., 9.1,000 lbs. 21.620 


Mb 


Proprietor*-^. W 
Carteton ft Co., G 




Transporto. 




Up. lea., 5,59S ri. 14.987 






2,000 




Binding akinfi,3Udoi. 866 




A. Waldo, J. G 








aUeeting, 8,350 yds. B35 




White, M. Merrill 








Thread, 535 lbs. 420 




J. A. Bodwcil, J 












BulweU.W. Carle 












ton, D. Emerwn. 




Transporta 








Wool Hat manufy 


800 


1,000 


3,400 


Wool, 3,700 lbs. I5,4fl0 




Proprietors— Mar 








Binding, 6,260 ps. 373 


Hi 


tin Bates, Bent & 








Linings, 4,300 yds. B40 




Buih. D. Willlam« 








Roan, 2,000, 30 


V* 


C. Beraey, Hessei 








Potash, l,5001b8. 75 




bHeriU. 












Fur Hat raanufac'y 


1,000 


500 


1,00« 


Fttr. 317 lb.. 1,109 




Samu«l Baton. 




Transporta 




Morocco skins, /Odoi. 320 


Hi 


TMU^andcunj 


300 


50 


1,00( 


Ume. 5 casks 8 


li 


ing. N. Cutricn 








Bark, 40 cordi 320 
Hides, 300 7SC 


U 










Cair skins, S^ 301 





I Doc. No. S08. ] 



m 

lli 
ill 



SiflJI 



I =^^ 






Pi 

MS 

iil 



U((i,E.ti,OI»Ibm 6,000 
Er(.MiM,300Ita. 70 



Twilled gvods, consiiting' of 
ticking b1. dniiiu, Elripu, 
sail duck, mod shoe duck, 
550,000 yuds #99,000 

Plain 37 inch Kooda, con- 
listing' of sheetings, slripes, 
■nd chambrayi, 560,000 
.vudi 61,600 



Soaton, New 
York, Phik, 
dElpbiK ai 
Diltimorc 



"^19 4,000 






B,000 
14,000 



«Flnit 1,335 U>«.S79 
hiM^irOrdi. 1,433 



I Shoes, 130,000 pairs 84,000 

15,000 do 11,350 

14,000 do 11.200 

4,000 do 2,400 

7,000 do 4,550 



^■^ 1,000 Ibi. 4,640 
H»rtkiop^ 



Hats, 75,250 50.417 



Nywibi. 

ifift t,tSO yds. 187 
■*fc 10,000 yds. 300 
*>Sd,B0OIb.. •"" 

fKJaHta. 



Far haw, 5,000 10,000 



3<Mton, Hew 
York, Phils. 
delphia, Bal. 
timore, Lou- 



Boaton, New 
York, N. Oi 



12 h. pe'r 



Taken by MBRRCLL FKTTBNQILL. 



Docmmrr S.— No. 87.— NEWDUHY.— Se&c<fuAe/ Jfinufte 






Hiif 



1111: 



Hi 

I 















PI 

lis 



Sl^p4illil^iir 
BUcksmitliB 



1 MV mill 
3 griit mills 
2 saw mills 

1 clotlucr'a mill 
■nd cuflingtna- 

Booti uid shoes - 

2 lide mills 



2,400 
1,600 

1,000 

3,000 



3,500 
4 horses, 
worth 240 



1,000 



300 toiu timber. )ie,000 
Cou.1 worth 



Leather, lumber, iron, 
and cloth, and pluted 
work, Etc. 5,100 



Hun[MU 






Lumber, 1,000 H 

7,000 lbs. anuir, 700 Boathem 
For sawing roahogiuij in vene«n. Amount o 
Two pair of Btonea to each. Amount of Enin grau 
Lar^ quantltiea of ship timher is prepared for ba 
This null ii uied for dreising cloth for the ndghbtt 

300 17,000 jLe«tbcr.fcc.worth2n.ono[ M.-, fftni 
Theae milb Rre uied for griiMKn^ gnm of nritm 



ITavivn, Mau., ^fril, 1 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

BV^ &!., JfetoM* BM^ Mtmifadnrtt, Marhui,. Warkmtn, Waga. 



in 


Hi 
It! 

ji! 


m 

llllil 


m 

ill! 
111! 


ill 

I' a 


Pi 

m 

lib 


lrfin«.«,S«l 


Vaseb, 3,01X1 loni. 


All in Hui., «. 


14S at 81 






.copp«, £.000 


»i5,S00 


^epling 300 tons 
sold to N. H. 


33 ct.. 






cibondnpvotk. 


IneludcdioNo. r 


All In Uau. 


12 at 81 


3 at 30 




ifar .(ticallanl 








cent! 




ifQBi, wBrtb in 












ivMe, 10,000 












MSMiibnop, 


i;onUge, 30,000 


All in Mau. 


IS at rj 






taUtilUhanp, 












■ft 31,600 














nOlLbiick*, 3,300 


Part in Mus., & 
part shipped to 
the S. BUles 


Hat Idol. 








B5 chuR», <roHh 


Allin New Eng- 


EO At 65 








10,300 


land Slates 


cents 








Ubd>. »nd bbb. for 


New Orleans and 


7 at 75 








mol>uo And fi>b 


West Indies 










worth 3,600 




2 at 80 







^^itt fercnl bands to opct*te. 

^ W tbottt tlirce hundred dollan worth oT djc Maff Minually. 



100143,000 pur of bootalSoldinMua. 



GEOBGE SAVART, Jgni. 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

DocvMun 3^No. S8.— NEWBDBYPOBT.^SbMUb ^ JfaM^ 



I 


iiif 


-mi 


'1 


111 ill i 


m 


Hill 

liill 


fill 

Fill 


|ll 


^ ill! 
Ill IIP 

J-siilill 


i 


Block m»krn 


«1,350 


91,050 


»1,B5( 


\ah, chD, and m^ 
pie |1,<M 
SW 300, marble 


■■iweaMik 


Stonecutterm 


350 


70 


BK 


UaM.,Tt., 










500, Knuite 100 




Lotber drcMCr 


200 


MO 


2,m 


Leather of rar. kind* 


UM.,Tt.,I 


Cabinet wwc 


S.500 


775 


3,261 


Pine, beech, & tnaple 


lh«..ll*^! 


BUckunithi 


3,000 


1,373 


3,30( 


50 tons Va. coal 350 
13 colds chMCoal 130 


VirpiT^ 


Silver wire 


1,900 


3,135 


lO.OOC 


15cottlsch«t«<Ml 150 
W galls, sperm oil 35 
Vitriol 10 
Chemicals 1( 


MaM-udll 

do 
do 


'^3"5£nS; 


1,500 


800 


6,000 


3 tons cast iron 500 


IIa«.HdII 


ware 












Morocco aUnt 


1,000 


300 


1,000 


r,M0 iheep AIM 


Ifaa^Mtf 


Chain 


300 


IJO 


6,300 


Pine, baas, and maple 


do 


N-E-Bum 


horae pow. 


hone pow 


6,000 


MO cords wood. 


do 




er, 8,000 


600, two' 

hor»e»200, 
worth 150 




phie 1,400 




Wool pulled from 


300 


30 




J5,000 lbs. Ouxp 


d« 


ikina, bfoug-ht 








wool 17,500 




into this town 












Shoes and boota 


3,000 


400 


15,000 


Lbs, leather 


MMWJ 


Combi 


liofae pow, 
1,500 


roobaoo 
hn.300 


«,000 


Horns 4,000 


S.Ain 


Cigaia Mid snuff 


3,000 


5D0 


4,800 


IWIibds.tobKCo3,60C 


Wrgb 


Brewery 


6,000 


1,300 


0,000 


1,000 b*. barier 4,^00 
1,000 Iba. bop. 1,0W 


IOm 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

i, liattufoBturtf, MarM$, Wirkmen, fJ'aga, 



ill 






m 

lis 

nU 

I la I 



ll-ll';] 
11 llii 



Hi 






m 






SBvaaRiB. inn 

3 loBifUido 300 



Blocb uid other 

article* >4,700 

When muiufiiC' 

tored 2,21 

do do 3,JO0 

r>nous kinds 15,000 

" ■ 10 cts. pt 



Him. 
Mills. & N. H 



lb. 






Slaves I funnels, &c. 600 

b'lHou'i kinds of 
ship work, lueh 
u spike*, rudder 

«— ri~> 500 braces, copper 

5iXJIbi.Maal 9S bolti,&c. 



6kHla.ib.iMn8rO 
SObousta ilo 
Ida Elf. & 



MDridcMtUa 



15,000 chain 10,000 J W. .1., 1 N. 10 >t 1 
Or., i Miss. 
UOjnOplkiM' 180,000 gulls. K. | shlp'd soulh 

''~ *SflOO E. Rum 63,000 oT N. York, ! 

M1SS.& N. H. 

Missichusetts 
ts and ilioi^s 60,000 1 alilpp'il W. I. 



am- bf tobsc. e,oDO 

SpuiAMJufot 



Slusschusctts 



^> cig»is *,500 

Ciem from Spa- 

.nn) lurii tobicco 15,000 
8,000 lbs. oiuir 1,800 

MOtPorter and ale U,000 



lOOocci. 

em. IS c. 

9al3S 



us 



I Doc. No. 308. ] 



l>oc. 3 — No. 68.— NBWBUI 



li 


r-i! 


tpAt 




mm 


1 


ii 
111 


mi 

am 


fill 

fiill 


III 

Pi 


III 


1 
1 

< 


Soap and CMtdJe* 


n.ooo 


woo 




16,000 lbs tnllow 
iiicd fur iHiap S3,960 
1,300 Ibi. cotton. 


Uasaac 


Harness making 


000 


300 




3,000 lbs. leather 900 


dc 


■Wheelwright 


400 


200 


_ 


Hickory And uh 300 


Ham.! 








- 


Ash, pine, ban 350 


Haoac 


Tool and pluie 


3S0 


50 


_ 


Beach and maple 2S 


do 














H^l> 


r.ioo 


1,300 




son on. be:iTer fiir 450 
375 lbs. coney furl,ar5 
175 rauskrat 1,137 
Trimmingii, 35 CU. 
per h« 1,500 


da 


Gold beads 


I,00fl 


300 


1, 200 


300 b>iB. chucnl 34 
100 11.S. allum 5 
30 vitriol 


Ne»B 




200 






Sugar, 12,800 lbs. 

at 4 cts 513 
Stiffar, 1,000 Iba. 

at 7 els. 70 
Loaf do. 1,000 Ibi. 140 


do 


Coopers 








Staves 

Boards 


HaM.a 

Uwne 


Hotufry 


2,000 


6.000 


8,000 


.otton yam 1,500 
iVooUen yarn I,OO0 


Ihode 
UasMi 


Bookbinders 


1,000 


500 


- 




- 



EXPLAMATIONS, lU 



Laat MMon tbere wu .'31,400 barrels mackcMl trimmed, aTeTage ww hoop to ■ 
four cents per hoop, nuking fil(356; alto about 6,000 quarter barrel* nailed «i 
el, »t aeTcn cent* each, U |420( alao 10,000 quintab of codfish packed br tk V 
and Nev Orieaiu, at eight cents per qointa], is fSOO. There i« about 30^000 wfc 
Mid S>OM qOHtat bttnia biouB&t into this town fbr packing awkarali ftooi 



[ Doe. No. 308. 3 



i 
1 


m 

% 


m 
pi 

llllll 


lt-4 
fill 


m 




S-|"sJ 


liil 


i 


. 


96,000 lb». can. 


) shipM to W 


8 at 11 


latSOc 






die. (9,60U 


1., 1 &bM. 










»6,000dob. Hnp3,<^O0 












Wl bhU loa HMp 7S0 












f,40a bifc for wap 












««1 c»ndlei 1,081 










^Airimnv SOO 


H»mes», &c. when 

manaficturcd 2,800 


IIu»chuKH> 


4at 1 








tbnufactored l.WO 


do 


4Ml 






» " i. " »0 


Manarncfd ctiijiei 
■nd couches 1,61X1 


do 


3«t 1 


lat75 




UpkMCVMlOO 


Tools >nd pUnes 6U0 


4 W. Indiei 


lal 


1U73 




)bi.Spu>id. 


6,ooe h«a, »»ei^ 


( ship'd to W 


IfiMl 


8 at 50 


16 at 35 


ltaR?wool 840 


»Se 2.S2S 


1.. } HOM. & 

Maine 








kaUpder B 


l,a« (trinn gnUl 
beiuK .V. {s St 10,56t 


{ UuL & ( in 


l.t SO 






MtCMMei 10 


N. H., M«ne, 
uid R. hUnd 


■i at 1,30 


latSO 




• fttW. lo- 


r.000lb».»t2i l.TSO 


3>t 1 






nr,al4ct». 513 


3,000 10 300 










t.OOObottlei lem- 












mon linlp 1,333 










tilled iron 












150 


M8 ne»t ca«k «t 

W6 fi<h do ^ $B 631 
JtOihook^MWc 306 


W. 1. ft N. 0, 


lOatt 


3 at 75 






4 Kti ihip'i witw 


For Alp* built 


Sat 1 


lars 






ci.jk>,>t*80 330 


on Ihi* riTcr 








ly«. iOO 


Cotton bote 4,000 
Woollen hoM 3,500 
WorRed bow 1,000 


1 M«.., 1 P.. 

»N. T.,Me., 

ind N. H. 


3att 


' 


30 at 95 




Labor netu »bo«n 9U0 


Musuchiuetti 


3atl 


3 at 50 






aiu.u.liy 











iimrnoNAL facts. 



■pirMnT. fmn New Tort: two-Olid*- Then waa BMd* A for dnppinf 4(0 bolti at 
M4^!and533bolUof tbuiduck,at*3a5pet'b<ai,«3,in. There. laiAout 130 toM 



asD 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

T 3 No. 89 ROWLEY — Schtdulc of Manajaiiu. 



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if 


Hill 


n 

6.2 






i 


ilill 


lilt 


lie 




J 
\ 


Huiufxiturc of 


Miipiu] 




26,40OUMlicr and olher shoe 


Mw 


booU nnd allocs 


14,560 






stock |3J,65' 




TuiniiiK and cur- 


Water and 


15 horscB 


lfi,llM 


Bart, oil, blubber, lim... 


Mm 


lyi,,/ 


animal 


wiiHti 9iiU 




a.KltaUo«»-orth J,7lL 


H! 




* 7,750 


oOier (too 






Ml 


Ctuiu uid halncsa 


SUO 


17S 


l,500;MalcHaU for chules and 


Mm 










hkrncu makinEi wortli 












1,351 








530 




Co»], wortli ISO 


N. U 



Ro^irLII, HlBBACBVBI 



>, April, 1833. 
DocuHsnT 3.— No. 90.— SALF,H.~&A«lh>fe ^ JMb 



Cabinet ware 
^Voleadmaiiul 



Cigar manuftctoiy 
Bookbioden 
Coach and CI 
'.S^m Laboratoiy 
'Cootpuif 



30,000 
200,000 



13,000 
.1,001) 

re^oop 



23,000 
100000 



Pine and birch wood widi 

trimming 18,000 

i600,000 poundi pi)f lead 

>C 96,000 

300,000 pJloiB vlnepir 

30,000 

1 0,000 corroding; pots 600 

lone manure 2,500 

Wood 5,500 

iS.OOO kegs 7,00(1 

l.aSO barrels 875 

1,200 corf* wood 6,000 

B,OD0 cords bark at ^ 50 

per cord * /;• 

mericaii tobacco ' 9.000 

Skins )(ndpasteb(wrds CO'. 

'~■t^er,i^on,ioodil)506 

tonsclaj at ' t.* ((I 

SO tons potashea ' ' l^)6() 

SOO coRls wood ' '!t,O0D 

Barrels & kegi, t»1. 2,00( 

■■ 1,000 



Saua, MissaoMTSETni, April, 1832. 



I Doc. No. 308. 2 

iK>, ibrkett, WMauat, IVtgtt. 



1 

iii 


m 
III 


Hill 

m 


m 


ill 


il 


f« 


t%^l 


n ..s. 


?ii%^ 


fib 




M 


p:iii 


fill 


fill 


(k. VOO 


108,935 pun nrbooU 


Mostly in Mus- 
nchuietli 


IJ6«t70c 


10 «t 30e 


J6 U SAn 




uiddioes (89,67J 










lok leather, upper do 
utdolfikLiB 34,950 


Vll In Hus. 








. 


IchiUea 1.2(XI 


All in Mi.'U 


3 It t OU 








iumew 750 










iftcl,«arth 


Clwise work and Bg^i 


Mauacliusetti 


5 at 90 c 








cultural purposes, 










word 2, BOO 













GEORGE SAV.VHT, . 

fob uted, Manufadum, zHarlrrlt, IVbrkmen, JVagtt. 



AlMntlieU.9.T 

princip»lly 



' Value 310,000 
7,000 huts, at (4 ] 
piece, avctsge 



loO,HW cip 
' * I Mam. rear 



H Houiehold furniture 
S.(X 
t,081,6941bii. wh. lei 
13,336 lbs, red leail 
10,566 lbs sugar of do 
Valued at |l<>)j,00a 



) ill the L'. S. 

i exported 

i in Mass. i ir 

other Stales 



jS at 100 c. 
IM at 100c. 



MM>OOEalU acid 7,000 

Charcoal, value 4,000 

SideiL upper II leathei 

375,000 

10 Value 130,000 

td at 30.000 
■Mlone 3,700,650,000 lbs. ahim 

S3,0UUlbrcf.»ltpel. 
10100,000 lb. Hilpb. cop. 
Value 160,000 



Enf^ndS 

Frincipally it 

lie States 
eiported 1 



HENRT FIELD. 



3M 



[ Dm. N«. 308. 3 

DocVMnT 3.— No. 91 — SALISBUHY.— &A«fcita o/ JKwu/orfurei, I 



If 

11 

ii. 


ill* 


m 

lllfl 


1 

m 


nil PI 


|1= 

1 


Tluuwl muiu- 
hctoriea 


$3i0.000 




f3SD,D0U 


400.000 IbiL wool, at SO 

cents 
r.OOO gallon* aperm oil, 

at 7o cenU 
7.000 Qiiercilron bark, at 

11 cent 
i,000 lbs. muriatic acid, 

•1 8 cenla 
2,000 lb», nitric acid, at 

13 cenU 
3,500 Iba. sulphuric add, 

at 4 ccnta 
30,000 lbs. ■Iuin,.t4cu 
S.OOU lbs. suap, ai 10 eta, 
2,50U bbk siK, at 50 cti. 

500 coi-da wooil, at |3 
I<i,OUU bush, coal, at lU 
2U.O0O ft. lumber, at 10 
TS tons anthracite 

Glne lAuff, 12,000 


United Sta 
Mawtcfaui 










Satem, Ml 










Salem, Hi 










Salem, Itl 










Siien. Hi 
Bdibu>T. 

New Ham 
New Han 

New Ham 










HaisadMi 


Tanneriea 


10,000 


SOO 
4horsei 
worth 240 


15,000 


Hides, . 8,000 
4lO corcia bark, at T 
150 nska lime, at 1 
4,000 lbs. lalloA, at 8 cts. 
70 bbb. cod oil. at »1S 


Maine 
UaMaclMl 

M»MC|KU 


Shoe manufac. 


soo 


aoo 


1,000 


Leather, worth 4,000 




toriea 














1.000 


300 


3 000 


Wool, furs, glue, tc. 

3,50(1 
Coal, worth IM 


DnitedSti 


Blackmutha - 


400 


ISO 


4.OU0 


KewHanr 


Coopen 


800 


ISO 


4,oon 


Lumber, worth 5,3(W 


New mm! 


Shjp-buading - 


1,000 


soo 


- 


550 Inns limber, 4, 101. 
7 tmiiiufseuccul, Hi, 


M. U. b 1 



I^XfLAMATlUNS, 1 



8uu»nt, J^rH 1B39L 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 



S!«S 



2/ 

1 


m 

iiii 


Pill 

mil 

liili 


fill 


m 

Bit 

m 
till 


fib 




38.000 pieces of flnnnei*. 


All in the V. 


173 at tl 


20 at 40 


135 at 45 


d.tfS5c<^ 


biiiM, bockin^ p»d. 


Statos 






cents 


pDox oe*e oil. 


dines, and eoods of alt 










(MCCBM 












1^ be d;.. M 


turcrt 










SIMM 












la. >iiritf. U 












iLftnod, at 












ni4*n 












■ Mctf|30 












Maiv.il«ct>. 












kMllW.Ut4cl.. 












ktfBuclin 












'A»iHn 












>kiifiSO. >t 












|l«^ 












.<Nifa »n,ooo 


Bole »nd upper leather. 


Alt in Ibe U. 


10 at 1( 






■prood. 30 


worth J40.000 


Slates 










4,000 purs boots and 


All in MtM. 


H at 70 


2 at 25 


4 at 30 


»300 


■hocB, worth 4,000 




cents 


cents 


cents 


i^vonb 2,000 


8,000 Imts, 16,000 


All in the U 


8>t»l 




3 at 50 
cents 


JMcel, 500 


SC)'thes »ml lies, 1,000 


All in Uie U 
Ststes 


Zat»12J 






- 


Cuki&nd (hocks, 9,000 


Mostly in the 
W. Indio 


10 at 75 
cents 






hoD, «,350 


SS0loii»«hipping,ll,rS0 


Ships cost when completed, aboat 65 
dollars per ton. 


n»pp«r, l,6ii 


This is eidusivc of rig- 


1 (ling.copper, iroii,kc 





AIHTIONAI^ FACTS. 

tariidi of c«fn fram ttie Southward, and 3,000 bowels of potrntoes Irani Ib^ 

QBOBQE SAVABT. 



S94 £ Doc. No. 308. ] 

I>aeu>BST S—Ko. «.--TOPSPIBLD AND ESSEX ScJudule of»lm*uf 



li 

i 


mi 

Se-§I.| 

lull 


Mil 

liiti 


i| 
ill 

■bSJ 


ii 


■S.I 

°l 
11 


SlweimluiiK - 
J.fcW.L.Lake 


- 




faoo 


Sole leather J1.2O0 
Cunied do 80& 
Lining tkittt 200 


Danver 

DuiTer 


ShocmikinK 
Enstus Clark 






200 


Sole leather 1,000 
Curried do 1,000 


Uunrer 


Benj.. KimbaU 






200 


Soleloiihcr 373 Danvcr 
Cui-ricd do 3S(I . 


Eisii, EtB CO. 

Boatbuilding 


- 






Lumber 
Iron, 15 torn 


■Ubx, 



EXPLANATIONS, REl 



[ Doc. No. 308. 2 365 

fi&ttJttmtbuitd, Hanufadurtt, Maritdi, Il'orkmen, Jfagia. 



1 
11 


m 




nm 


i^iiSfi* 


m 


iV- 

nil 

m 






!ll!ft!i 


it 

iir. 




■en'. i.l»)ert 


«a,joo 


PhU«Ia., Bait. 


ia!.i33f. 




5aH3e. 




Ijydla'do 














Soya' brogans 


30t 












Hen*i pump. 


850 












lien'* ^oes 


1,500 


MusacbuictU 


.-; at 40 




1 M 12c. 




««.'. boots 


SIX 












iof%' tlioet 


40*. 












Udus'ihoeo 


500 










- 


Hen's ahocB 


1,200 


Portsm'tli,NI)| a at 5Ji 






i^i^lOU.^ 


ElaUlig baMa,about 3,000 


Massacliiuiutts |200 at 75 








tons 











'nouawtmtAi, PACTS. 

W' Ttoc ■ a mall factorr lor makinfr cod-lines, which 
■Mtr^Bmualr. 



lit two tana of 
BEN.TAMIN MUDGE. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Uoc. 3.— No. 93.—S\VQUS.—SchtihbofMaitu^avru, B 



ii 

i 




lliii 

liiil 


-;i 


llfllji 1 


Shoe m^DK - 


1*00 


Ihorae 


tiOO 


Sole leather 1900 Baltimore 








Morocco 31U Lynn 


JiC0bNe*hali. jr. 


200 


.horse 


1,000 


Sole kalher 3,000 Baltimore 
Morocco 3U)l.ynn 
Cotton SuO 


Benjunin Oliver 




1 horse 


300 


Sole leather 1.3B6^1»o«™ 
Morocco Sis'Lynn 
Cotlon 3iul 
Sole leather 3, 50-. Balthno. & 


BenJ. F. Ncwhall 


400 


1 horse 












Morocco l.SM Lyim 










Cotton 700 


Thoinu MansGeld 


200 


3 horses 


1,000 


Morocco l,500<:harieHM 
CoMon 3)9 


Benj. Hitching. 


100 


Ihone 




Sole leather 300 
«o™:co 37S 
Cotton 100 


Phihd«t)A 
CharleAn 


"nmotb}* Divii 








Sole leather 4ilt> 
Ho-occo 400 


Philaaelpl 
ChuleMM 


Tobacco muiiirac 


500 


2 horses 


400 


42.000 pounds tobacco 


Vtisinfat 










value :3,40g 




Chirlei U. Bond 


300 


- 


ISO 


12,000 poundi tobaccv 
value GOO 

6.000 pounds tobwc* 
value 300 

113,000 pound* tobacco 

IsIsOO^lbs tobacco 498 


r»8». 


Chariei ftoddln 


300 


- 


150 


Vi^hri. 


Henry SUie 


aoo 


- 


300 


Vbgini. 


Joiu. Makepeue 




- 


200 


Virpni. 


Fluuel factory 
Brieriy.ndWl.ite 


14,000 


5,000 




60,000 ll» wool 30,000 










Sperm oil 630 


New Eogl 


bead 








Dye sliifii 2,400 




VoTocco factory 


S.00O 


100 


1,000 


oil ISO 




.XcNcph Eamei 








SiiOHch 600 
Sheep skins 3,000 
Ume"^ 30 


ITiddleSti 
New Engl 



EXPLANA-llONS, BKKAl 

Bfridea the ibovv named tobacco nwitufactBriei, many cigm are nwde in ftmiHri i 





[ Doc. No. 308. ] 






fl57 


Ite, JitoM iwd, JCpM/Wuni , Jfariti*, rFonfcmai, ^<i^. 


Ill 

i 

1« 


HI 


Pill 

mi 


m 

iif 


in 


W 

lib 


isa^ 


flies' .hoea, valueii 
>I KOOO 


AJl in Boston 


8 at Srcls. 




4 at 30c. 


!;sa.''S 


jidiea' shoes, valued 
il 10,000 


do 


20 at sorts. 




15 at 30c. 


isa, s 


L.lies' shoes, vilued 
St 6,400 


do 


Il«t75cts. 




8 at 25e. 


*lud>r XM [<diet* >hoes v^ued 
m^LA SGO .t 14,000 


do 


SO at 33et8. 


SOatilc 


Matllc 


A iMtiic «" Udie.' .hoca, v»Jued 


do 


33 at 67cts. 




23 at 20c. 


.Aeel>« S7 « 13,300 










lAhMkf SI Ladles' shoes, nlued 


do 


7at63ctB. 


. 


8 at IGc. 


»t 2,996 










* Andf IW GcnUemen's pumps. 
ln>«JA WO valued at 2,400 


do 


3 at 89 cts. 




3 at 30c. 


>l«>k)wHat 33,000 Ibsmulf 4,180 


do 


}atft 


(at 50c 


5at40e. 


»M 880 1,444.000 cigw8S,157 










. 1,088,000 eig»« 1.S32 


do 


tat 81 


2 at 50c. 


a.t50c. 


. 350,000 cigars jSJ 


do 


1 at 50ets. 


1 at 50c. 


I at 50c. 


*"» 450 1,950,000 cigars 2,955 


New England 


2 at 1 50 




10 at 40c. 


15,000 lbs snuff 3,700 










BtfleuD 360 Bnuff and cinra U,S50 
rfl*. 450 


Boston 


Satl 17 






«* 650rUnnel, t-aluedit 


\|] in .»[us 


jaat75cW. 




12 at 33c. 


60.000 










■^Kh 540 Morocco iciUier 


All io N. Eoff. 


10 at 75CU. 




2 at 25c 


^*iM3000 13,000 
■■ ■■ - 











iUnONAL FACTS. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

jBy II, lt*ltifc inrf. MiBUffattidrtt, Urhti, Wtrimtm, Wagta. 



an 



e 


l!f 


m 

llilif 


llll 

lilt 

list 


PI 

m 


iP 








341,150 dozen combi. 


i Hasaachu, 


85 at 80c 


30 at 30c 


85 at 35c 


iMI 5,(X» 


of atl descriptiona, 

worth »100,000 


) West Indies 

1 Sou. Stales 








pBMM, 


50,000 pairs boots sad 


Sold in Hau. 


56 at .65 


10 at .35 


!5 at .35 














» ud 
























Mnimn 330 


« chaises, worth 6,000 


AUinNcwEng'. 
States 


IS at .65 






M(h 1.300 


Leather, worth 2,000 


AU in Hais. 


3 at .75 








Chaise work, and for 


All in Mass. 


S at .90 


3 at .30 




ted I.JOO 


worth 4,000 











GEORGE aAVABT, Jgmt. 



S60 



[ Boc. No. 308. ] 

DocDMiHT 3 No. 95.— CHARLBHONT.— &A«lu& of Mi 






us 






111 i 



111 ■ 



H.: 



11^ 

III 



llil 



•i i = s* 



Greenle»f Sc Hen- 
17, pUm le«f tuits 

Jonathan Bollard, 
ndctle & bomcsa 



Peter Wilder, sad- 
dle and Wnei 
matiufactuKr 

Jeremiih Huiing, 
hatter 

Buel Thayer, fur- 
nace, 1614 



Sunad P- ArwYi 
■IE uid plough 

iDuiufacturer 

Alfred Olds, 1 
nar, currier, and 
ihoemaker 



ner and ahaemft' waCerpow' 



Uiukrat skins. 



00 caating;s for 

ploughs, 
100 woods, 

SO a\dea leather, 1,300 

lOOskini, 

60 corda bark. 



100 udes, 
75 akins, 
6 corda bark. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Jift<t,mriirtww^ Mmufadara, Marketi, Workmtn, Wag($. 



k 




m 


Ijiij 


III. 


ill 


Ill 


i 




111 

lljl 


1 ti- 
ll!: 

m 


li 


'tlii 




i-Ssi 


ft Vsii 


|ss.r 


i'tki 


am. 


rwo 


7,000 hita. 51,750 


N.yorkS.Bal- 


Made by 


females 8 


ye«« of 








timore, prin. 


ape, and 


upwards. 


iiisn^ 








cipally 


per hat 






< 


ao 


1,000 h»t3,«2Sc. 300 


AU dUpos'd of 


Hade by 




SirU, ... 








at BaltfcN.Y. 


price of 


bnudii'K, 






M 


12 nddl<», 144 


Maasarbiuctta 


tai)135 










40 harncao>, 600 














1 <JoE. bHJIei, 12 














i doi. trunks, 18 












fi3 


12 suldles, 144 
40hani.atel5, 600 
15 tranks, 45 


AttiMildinUas- 


I at 133 






*M 


at 


300 haU, GOO 


All in thi« 

county 


lat 1 






^m. 


113 




Do do 


l.balfthe, 






»Bk 


tas 












te. 


3$ 






7a. 






PUT. 


TOO 












kiKd, 


J.100 


S.000Me»,atS125 


All wld in N. 


4at 1 






BlT^ 


1^5 


SOdoi. «ythei,at»n 


En^'dStotes, 








kb 




50 broad ut.. .t (3 


eicept i in 








l^iND 




50 hUcheU, ti *l 75 


New Vwk 








info 


»- 


60 s)uv«*, at 83 cents 










d^Lc 


1 












LMod 












«tted. 


400 


1,800 Rxet, at |1 S5 


JmHusachu 


lat 1, 






kinD. 


«0 


100 plouglu, «t »9 


sett^ i in N. 
Vork,iinVt 


3at7Scts. 
l.lOOdys. 
it75ct«. 






^ 


roo 


1,000 sides leither. 


Principally in 


4Bt7Sci». 


latSicts. 




r^ 


40 


3,500 
100 ikina, 175 
eOOpurahoe*, 900 
1,000 pr. boots 4,000 


Massuhus'ta 








■4 


5 60 


100 Bde*. 430 
75 ikim, 125 
300 pail ihocs, 450 
50 pair boott. 175 


AUsoyinHu- 


lat 135 








300 


B^^le do. kt S56 
10 Hti cart wheels, 


AU wld in 
Fruiklm 

county 


4 at 7508. 










..»11 


' 1 


^^^j_ 



ALANBON CLABE. 



Wi C Doc- No. 308. 3 

UocraiFT 3.— No. ».— WARWICK, LEVDBN, AMD ASHPIBLD^ 



"I 

'11 



sac 



\lij 



mil 

i-a s S « 

Is* 



«^-^l3 "I . 
■('"■""IIS 

■^ll^'s 3 " ^ 



,. 2 S c -o -g ^ c 



l^nncr^iutiuRui- 



Falm leaf hits 



18,000 lbs. wool &tJO< 

f9,00a 
iS^OO yds. cotton 
warp 1 

,8001bs.coppera* S* 
Domestic ludra 
40 cords b«rlc 



3,000 huulles for hoei 60 



Timber 

Timber 



3,800 
3,UD 



EXPLANATIONS, 



re i> rtry little done in uiy bnnchof Slunibctiuiiifft to IWI 
xj to viut the pUce for the puipoae of obtaining fbrmer inftg 
e tuineriei In Warwick, uid tbey minufacture, in *11, ibout | 



In Leyden there ii 
dumght unnei imtrj U 

There «« three t«i ..,_,.._.. 

oflemtiieri oDC-tlDTd from South Ameiicto hide*, "nie leather iiKJd in the town 
Tlier«Heil>o twelrenwmilU,fran)wIuch are wed ns.OOO feet oTbottnl^ i 
Tahie, f6 per tteniand. Ten toiw of potatl^ at #110 per ton, nld in Ner T 
boxeaUOgnioc^nlueflOt^ wldinNewTork. TUitowaliM b«en Mawwlu 



[ Doc. No. 3US.] 363 

I Ifc^fcfc^ MaOinf, at, UatHab twat ManuJaeliiTf, MiB-kdi, TTarkmeH, JVggm. 






-81 



■||-= .| .. 



nil 



tsSJ 



^ ^4^ 



ml 

i-Sf J 



Pi 



llBrioBUdcil^ Sole luthi 
iUikctl --' 



Wpkbna 100 3,000 hi 



8,000 lb< 
2,00U 

Opper leather 

Cilfikini 

4,914 



700 



■nlrkn 3S0 

Iwfcruo 3S7 50 
Sttdirdi 



,300axes,»tfI33 1725 
S, 000 hoes >t50 cts-lOOO 
4OD,OO0ihbgles 
700,000 »t It c(i. 7,700 

3,300 MirVaTenigc 1 50 



Al sold In Mass 



(t ir cu. 



,300«irt 



IhMidlSO 

lUjsatfl 
^ hsndiat 
fl 

7al 11 00 
■stimalc 

factured 
numberol 



but they 



iViDDrnONAI. FACTS. 



. « oTeMcncet of vmrious kinds, such ii peppermint, hemlock, winter green, 

at fee. It !« cMnluded that 700 grace of cisence, nt |6 per groce, have been muiulac- 
jWi h, for aeTcnlyean pastj tad the avenge amount of essential oiU sold in New- 
Ik^ (OnuiTe of whkt hai been used in the manu&ctiu'e of encnce in town,) hai been 
SNwKtti, >iinu«Ilr, for ten jcsrs put It is consiiicrcd fair buiinen, when Oic oil will 
kit per ponndi it it now worth 95 a pound. 

ALAN30N CLARK 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

Daewmrr 3.— No. 97.— DEERFIELD.— &Aa&i^ a/ Mam^aiiiiTt 



i% 



Pocket-books and 
BootaandSlioeH. 
Dcnni* Ornii;^. 






■Jss 






ith other 
king ploii's. 




200 hides eOO 

300 cair bUiu 160 
85 cords bnrk 87 50 
S hhds. lime 

300,000 lh.hruJih 12,000 
aOJ, 000 h&ndles 3,316 

1,000 goat and aheep 

■kins at #7 per dol. 
Leather 3,950 



Deerfie 

cipaJ. 

Deerfie 

Dceriic 

Prank 

Part b 



EXPLANATIONS, I 



liamaburEi Mass. f 



t Dbfc, No. 308. ] 

pfOktlamtAiwil, Ibmifadartt. MaritU, JVortrnm, Waget. 



ul 


Si 




Pit 


m 

w 




Is 






fill 


KB 


.I.C_1|12 


SAiOOOyds. satinet 15,000 


BOflton, Maw. 


3at£l 


1 at 50c. 


ISatlJ. 














MtMiC 4 












iiUoi a 












nd Ml 














ll»pbupb»,av.pri.|r50 


AUlnMus. 


Blacksmith work t 


SOtoeu. 








plo,igji,*oodwork50cti.«, 






do. LabOTputtinjup,33 


ll|^l>.oIII 


j 
1000 hits at 20 cts. 600 


New York 


days, at »l per day. 
Mamifiicliuid in families at IS 
and SO cents each, paid in 


|hKk*l SMridnWthcr I,30O 


Fnuiklinco. 


rood* at rettil prices. 
Ihandat flj 1 boy, ISO diyi. 


3Mciirflkiiu 300 




at34ccDta 


asu.^^t^Jm 


IJS.000 brooiM, at |2) 


N. York, Ver . 


Eipenjc of making b 




eta. each 2S,625 


Canada and 


from 25 to (30 per tlio'"*™^ 






BK. of w^^eandllandle''■ 




4,«0 pockct-books4,r50jl!i Hartfjtti siid 


5 men at. 7i eta. per day, 1^ 


•» <.aa 


TOOppcowh-booti 2,000 


New York 


women at 34 cts. 




3,000 pr do. »boeB3,i«'J 




13 hands average 75 cents 




MOpr.clotliboou «0 




per day during the year- 




3,000 pr.n>Q.shocti3,3jO 








200 pr. boou 300 








400 pr. wo. le-i. boD.400 








600 pr. do do 600 








700 pr TDcn'» do B7i 






1 


lOOpr. calfikbdo 4UU 







■iMniONAL FACTS. 

NWaSreand mixed gndes produced 1,600 Iba., which w 

kftAiarDeetfield. 

^MkMccited bom the penotii above named. 



■ principally manufactured 



ALANSON CLARK. 



366 

Doc 3 —No. 98.— CONWAV 



[ Doc No. 309. 3 

BARNARDSTOWN, HAWLEY, NEW SALElt- 





iflf 


mil 

m 


f1 

fa 


s1p3-ji| 


J-3 


ill 


iiiil 


pit! 




jBiSttl 


'II 


r.oj.w.1. 

T«nninK 


(90D 


$50 


(11,484 


1,030 sides, at 1 SO, 


Coon 


Otis Childi 








il, 545 00 
300 calfskins. 300 00 
75 cords bark, IBT 30 


vici 


Saddk, harness, 


125 


25 


600 


Leather, 400 00 


Conwi 


Sclrunk nuking 












Phinchas Butlett 












Hitting 


135 


25 


750 


150 lbs. wool, at SOcts 75 00 


Wool 


Christopher A verj 








Furs, part purchued 
at home, and part 
from Northwest Fur 
Company, 363 00 




DlWiUioB 


5S0 


ISO 


300 


i20 bblB. cider at 60 cents 


CODWI 


JoauhATcry 












Combs - 


1,000 


GOO 


10.000 


Horns, 3,000 00 


About 


JohnWarc 








Coal, 150 OO 


Con» 


B£i<rikiii><TaN. 












Shocmoking- - 


103 


100 


500 


Sole leather, 1,300 00 


NewYc 


*;Uiur Chamberlln 








t'pper Icatlior, 1,000 00 
Bhiding. &c,, 300 00 


Conne 


H.w 8*i«. 












ImleafhiiU - 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




In Ihia town thin- are 


evcral 


juiners, all of whom muiu 


acture 








of Massachusetts. 


lUWLII 






these »rc only sufficient for the town, with the exception of brooi 
Ihere are 500 thousand feet of boards saH-ed yearly in the town, 






600 dollar*. Amount of cabinet work, &c., not given. There n 




wasdeb'royedby lire, two or three years since, and hai not been i 




thanloim-^rly 



EXPLANATIONS, REM. 

I have nothing lo add to the uuwen given to the questions thM will be found 
back tk the return of Greenfield, except a nngle renurk, that I hare iDBde repea 
quiriet in reUtiMi to lubjecti therein mentioned, and have found no on« eompAcnl 
M^y aCnActatyiofonnalioD, except the article of iron. On thii^ in»nuftctiirei% noi 



[ Doc. No. 30S. 1 367 

(ft., 9bltriabuMd,JJnufaduru,ibrta*, Tforkmtn, Waga. 



(II 


kI ■ 

in 

m 


III 

llliii 


Jill 

m 




1 

i I- 


'i'4 IX 


J)M«desleather.»l,9iO 


Ml in MiULcbu- 


lst«I3S 








«cal&kui.,atI7J 5 IS 


setts 


p<Tday 








Hhmm. 5SU 


All in M«»chu. 


I M SI 35 








s«UI«, iju 




per day 








rnuk^ lUO 










bacwjAiB^ 


VSHiadwoolluti, 1,000 


All in Huuu-hu. 


lat(2 3J 






USD IT 1.. 




sells 


ptTdny 








I) gailoiu brandy, 30C 


All in Huuehn. 

•ettt 


1 man 16 


h or year 
per day. 


at 0135 


"*>i«l Li^ WW 


About onf -fifth in 


18 at 80 


4 at 30 


10 at 40 


ttmlTiW. 301, 


"affl., the re 


cents 


cent* 


cen* 






maimier iii N. 












VopkiCon't k 












Peiin., — princi- 












p»ltvinN.york 








■ . 


1,000 pur Bhoei, at 1 dol- 
hr per p»ir 5.000 


One-tiair in Can 
necticut. and 
one-half in New 
York city, fot 
the Sou.martet 


8 at 85 




3 at 40 


»* 


10.000 lut^ »37,500 


All >t Boston and 


Braided in fiunllie«.ttt 23 ct^ 


"< ftXH 




New York 


avctap; price; pay b-good* 


^nfaicd >« j,000 dollare, sna so 


d in Boston. There are idso about 800,000 


tlU^>«l. 


4d at Haitlbrd and other 


placet in CooiwcU 


cut, (uid ii 


>tlM*<Ml 


Jlemput 



^fltbocNB lirndW, ihingtet, and boftrdt, cabinet vare and blackamitb work) and 
Ink ad ihiiiKlea. .- According to the ttatement given by Tbomai Longley, etq., 
Vd^i, GOOUMtuand broom handles, vkIuc G,000dolUr*j 40J thoiuand idunries, 
iWif '■«■ «re in thi* town, which wu rormerly worked to advantive. The forge 
opcntion% attd to a much greater extent 



imnvwAL PACTS. 

teie^ ■grea tlvt no hon could be iii»iniA«tiin4 in tin county if there ihould br 
■U w di rt iBB in flirc doty uptn it 

ALAN80N CL.UtK. 



2ft8 [ Doc No. 308. ] 

Docuxvrr 3^No. 99 — COLBRAEN li HONROB.— &AcA«ie */ tbrntfl^ 



II 

lit 


iil 




Ill 
01 




I 
iiii 


David Fo< 


?300 


»« 


tTS 


100 lbs bmbs' wool suit 


Mwachuai 


fUl mnnufaclorj' 








6 doz. morrocco akiru W 
4S 




Cotton nBuuifiic'y 


3,000 


2.000 


500 


15,000 lbs. cMlon, 12cu. 


Southerns 


John Caaweli 








l.tJOJ 
son lbs. in.iigo riO 




Mo.es C. Howard 


2.250 


22J 


2.000 


5 hatTibeiuIs little 10 


Venuotrt 


& A»a Taylor. 








100 ixinls bark 2SU 


Colei-in.1 


tanncre 










Uiaiachu* 


Daniel WilUs, 


4,000 


GOO 








ebthdTMWr 












DiMillerofipirits 


1,000 


STO 




1,500 bbl>, cider 75 eta. 

pcrWrrel I.I25 


Colerun, 


Shoemaker 


2.000 


100 


100, 


Leather 3,000 




Moses C. Howard 












andruioufotlier 












penoDi in the 














750 


50 


200 


SOO bushels llaiseed, at 


Coleniix 


Daniel Willia 








1 25 per bushel 




Lather boi manii- 


400 


3.500 


3,000 


Beach and maple y/ooi 


Countj- of 










and pine boards 2,920 


Fnokfic 


blindi,&e. 












Jot. Griswold, jr 












Manufacturer of 


i.rjo 


300 








pitch forks and 
Daniel Newtorir 






















connected witli 












other branch- 












of the businen 












Scythe handles 


100 


20 


200 


Timber 20 




Irntiua f erkina 













EKPLUtATlONS, RBAU. 

a •iimII town in tbe northwest comer of Franklin county, con 



I Doc No. 308. ] 



1 


13! 

m 


mu 
III 


!8| 
ii 


ill 
11*1 


litl 

iS 


3^ 1 


Hit. »1,100 


All in Mus. 


ma band at 
1.25 per 


1U33C. 


rune 


kt X 






d.y 






■it UO 














11,000 lbs. ysm, 23c. 


Troy, N. Y. 


at 6 shil- 




1 at a. 




5,000iib1ueslripeli 




ling. 




6d 




lT,WWyd« sheeting 10 












ir.OOOydi shirting 8 


'inTroy,N.Y. 








r*"^w 


SoIelwther4.0.Olb8. 

Upper lather 3,000" 


All in Ma™. 


xl 3 sMls 


none 


none 


na K 


Vt 35 cents «1,750 










iXZ". 


5,000 yards dreeacd 


Principally in 
Colerain 


at 4i 9d. 


none 




h-tTUml 


»Tt™(fc price 25 els. 
per yard 










«A»iiUld« 






















bttifaOJU 












- . 


i^OOgallt. brendy, at 


MuMchusetts 


1 at 3i part 








33ct» per ™|. 1,485 
i,000 paira Wts and 




the year, 








Ci)kr»in, 


»v 3 mo 








ifaoei 4,000 


Mass. 


6 at 1.00 






• ■ . 


)00pJ1«.aII,it9Octs. 




1 at ii. 50 
days 








!00,000 bo,es (6,000 


All wid in N. 


10at'&. 




1 at 2s. 




Window blinds 7,000 


Y. Masi. & 
So. Slates 


I0nt4s. 






' m 


Wdoi.pitrbl(irlw4.50 


All in Hiss. 


1 at 81.^5 








20 do hoM 6,00 




100 day* 






34( 


LOOO huidlcB sot 


i in Mom. 


M* i-oo 






_ 


|i in R. Idiind 









urumal facts. 

^''■Mij that are no 



870 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DochkevtS.-No. 100.— GILJ. AND HBATH — SekeAik^f Mm 



i 


ilif 

ml 


Pil, 

l-jl 


f 5 , 

si, 

p 


liliii 


1 

6 

1 

< 


Tttner - 

Sainuel Stwtton 

P-ilml«r!.»t5 . 


11,000 


|.;oo 


1500 


:50 hides #1,000 
IJjcalf 325 
50 corda bark 150 
* hb:U lime 13 


Haw 

Sill 

Whit 

vt 


Wagon naXev - 


100 


so 




Wood 7J 


im 


a»tiin^ . 
Dxvid Thayer 


200 


ISO 


GOO 


3'0 lbs wool irs 
350 muskr^ skins ST sa 
Trinnmngs 96 
Alcohol 40 


}btm 


Hmleifbata . 


- 


- 


- 


. . 


. 


Baka, lark, and 

hoehuidlei 
Elijah Allen 


100 


so 


- 


Timber lu 


Heaa 


Tanning 
EnoaAduiui 


«0 


100 


500 


400 hi-lca- 1.MU 
100 ikini lt« 
50 corda batk luO 
4 hhda lime 8 


*" 


'•A. ■ 


30O 


50 


SOO 


300 udei 300 
30 calf akin. 30 


Hum 


Hoet 


- 


- 


- 


- - 



r Doc. No. 308. ] 

l^*^^Jboia& titd, Mmu/adtati, Mbrkclt, Warkmm, Wa^. 





m 
'•1 

III. 

in 




I 

IlL 
nil 


B 

ni 

ilfl 
ftil 


■«1 


>33 


Upper leather 8I6O0 
Sole l<?athcr 4(1 

C«lfBlrins 300 


i in Boston, MawJ. 
linGJI and vicinity 


3 hands 

.tSi.per 

day 




,A.kn 


540 


1 1,000 hats 290O 


7000 ;>, New York 
9000 in Boston, Ms. 


adjoininfi 
women ii 
for goods 


[nffill k. 
towns by 
childre*, 
rtL price. 




ra 


12 wagons 433, cscliiaive 
of re paring 


Pruiklb eoiinty 


1 at 1.3j 






TOO haw, 3t 3 2100 


A few in Vermont; 
remainder about 
equally in Mass. 
and New York. 


2 at 1.0C' 


Fenale 

work £50 


Ifani 


330 


8000 hats, at .i! 3640 


Hartford »nd N. Y. 


Braided . 
at 33 ct> 


nfuuilies 
pcrdo.. 




- 


I00doEnikes.K3 300 
500 hoe handles 30 
SOOtl fork handles J6U 


Rakes at Boston 

Handles in Heath 

and Colcrain 


4 at .67 
100 days. 




Ibd 


« 


rtOO aides 2400 
100 skins ITS 


asmaUpaninNY. 


2 at .67 






10 


300 sides 600 
qg ab.ns 52 50 


Franklin county 


1 at .67 




«rtEd30 




30 doz hoes, at r, 310 


Franklin county 


1 at 1.2i 






ALANSON CLABE. 



DoctmEJTf S.—IX0. 



Doc. No. 308. 3 

101.— WHATELT AND ROWB.— Mcdtafc ^ Ji 



- Ti 


-0- 


Mil 


if. 




ii 

3 if. 


m 


ml 


liiil 


III 


liiuili 


ji 


Wdatklt. 












BUck tea potB ' 


$700 


JlOO 


8300 


Red and, 2 tons, «14t 
per ton 380 


S>km.H 


R. B. BuWDod, 


700 


soo 


400 


The combi are made of 




pocket comba 








wood: the expeiue ii 

cliiEfly in Ubor 




Broomi - 


5,000 


100 


10,000 


Bruiiht'orbKHim],T5ton 

at 80 j.cr ton 6.O1A 


Uamchu 


Broom tundlei 


500 


300 


600 


Timber for bandies 40- 




BordweU Hudi h 


soo 


700 


SOO 


y.UUO tbs. wool, at 40 ctB. 




Co., utinet 








«4,000, IHOOlb&cotton 
wool 1594 


SMitbeni 




500 


200 


roo 






bUckumth 












R, B. Hanvood 


300 


50 


1,000 


Honi and wood, Kock 




buttan TDolca 








JlOU, the cipeiae h 
chiefly for labor 




BufiisCnfts.estrth 


700 


200 


404} 


Red ]eud, 1 Ion «140 


itlcm, i 


l^^vf'^nM 


100 


30 


500 


. 




R. B. Uirwood 


3U0 


lou 


700 


Sheep, cttlf, and morocco 


Chiefly i 


pockctbooks 




V) Bush, me 


rchant. 


Icatiier 3,0<« 
ofWhalej. aadlhemaj: 


l&CtURt 


Roiri 






1.200 


30 




173 green hide*, b1 3 50 


ftaj.S. 


«m,taiiaeBi 








}Jconjsafbark,at7 jQ 


Il«^ 


Window spring 


100 


50 




500 buahers coal 30 OC 


Elowe 


manufaclurer 












Ai»d H»ll, rake 








A«h and walnut 25 00 


Bowe&i 















Infoinialion obtained from S. Reed, Btq, and John TbomM, Esq., both behogilf tt 



GkauriiLii, JpnJ19,lS33. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 374 



I 






!!?£■ 

";!■ 

i-!" 



s^SS' 



iiii . 
■■'ilil 



Ms 






.'.OBO dozen tea poU, 

e?,oe'j 

Ma,000 yevly, 
per groce 2,083 SO 

100,000 b^jnnu 

m 1 9, sou 

. IM) luuidU-* I.IJJ 
15,000 ydi. sittnet7,i<X 

1,000 vices 3,00^ 

~0 dozen scylhei SOi 
OJiOdozrnhoea iS^ 

gTOM yearly, «t ill 

91,000 in i-aluc ofdiiTei-- 

II km<b 
►400 worth yearly 
Pocket books 16,000 



York 
jpbihidelpb.- 

New York 

Now York, II 

i New York, t 
Boston 

Vcw York 



Fnuiklinct 

UisaachuJH^ti 
I Mans., } in 
Nev York 



U 3S0 sda cud leather 



MunchiuettE \ 
Rowe and ad- 1 



ISO tidei upper leather 



too dozen rakes a1 



AI.AN80N CI.AilK. 



9n i I>oc. No. 308. 3 

SMinnT S^-^fO. 10L— WENDELL AND BRVING'S GRANT.— MMUb V" 



It 
li 

Ik 


lull 


mu 
iiiii 

2 5 5-^" 


°1 

li 

III 


liilii 
itiiiiii 


|1 

li 


WlKDSU • 

O. W. k B. Garj. 
H^ manu&ctory, 

tma. 


#750 


woo 


16, no 


- - 


- 


UoiiStone - 
Palm kmf hats 


- 




500 






DftTidHimter, 
Cocdwwaer 


- 


20 


1211 


SS40 


HaM 


Emeriah BaTver. 
Carriage manu 
fcctorjr 


300 


150 


30C 


600 


Haat 


Emeriah Savyer, 
Chair manu&c- 
turer 


vater and 




6O0 


Timber, ISO 
Paint., 125 


Mm« 


Bnmhudka - 


Water pow 


- 


- 


Timber, bipch, beach, 
and maple, 300 


- 


Eans*** Gb*it. 












Lumber nuuiu&c- 
tured 


300 


500 









EXFLANATIOm, B 



gJTMi by die pertoM named herein. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] SH 





m 


mi 

an 
iiiii 


llf- 


PI 


1 
|?ll 


Mk, 415 

I aoo 


'•""""• VK^ 


Sold in lUM. 
Vermont, .nd 
PJ.H«»|«lilre 


I3hindi 
.til 






* WOO 


27.000 h»tJ. .120 cent., 

i. 5,400 


Muutcl)UKtti 


Uanufu: 
ofW 
ingto 


ured in t 
ndell, u 
irmi, «t 18 


whmiliei 
d M^un- 
cta.cmch. 


- - 


140 pair boots, 397 
60 p«r ihoei, 70 
SO pur cloOi shoei, 43 


MUNChUMtU 


ZSOdayi, 
*t»l 






• l» 


1,300 


•^"""' 


1 Bl •! 

p«d.y 






% m 


3,O00cluLin,»t6Oceiiti 
1,200 


HuuchoMtti 


3 U 11 

perdiy 




■' 




195,000 brootn buidleih 
»t r-8 #1,093 75 




1 .t 75CU 
per d«y 






■ ■ 


1.000,000 ft. white pioe 
'tlo^id^ <5>0 

1,500 U. vhite pine 
ituDglei, #3.400 


4inHua.,>a(! 
|inH>rtfor.i 
MlMSlCbuMtU 




9 M 1 

dolkr 

IhandM 

IdoL 





IDnWRAI. FACTS. 
BWh J^ 19. ItSS. 



UAHfOH CLABK. 



31ft 



i Doc. No. 90i8. ] 



DocmnvrS.— 


No.103.— BUCKLAND 


SHELBUONE, AKD OBANQE.— & 


1 

III 


ifiSi 


liJii 


ii 

Is 
il 

;n 
III 


Ulllil. 

Ilililit 


I' 

.s- 


McrHtt Stetson 1 


9i,suo 


U5-, 


i.600 


t«,0UO rt m:iple tim'r 8900 


Uan 


rtuivLllg bules. 








7S,0Ui( do 7M 




broom hundles. 








Vnutd not ascertain the 
















a, (water pow- 








56 gidloiis romish S113 




«)i82r 












Hubbard & Hitch 


900 


lO'J 


300 


Wood part if trifling in 


In 


cocki wooden 








L-snunse, the cusl being 


Stal 


time pieces (w«- 








principally for tabor 
















Ehe'ierMavnnrdi 
patm lof n>t< 






333 




w. 










isku 


SiUTrowbrirlff.-; 


100 


SO 


300 


Timber obtained n«r 




coopering (hsiid 








honie, and of littk- value 




inbur) 












John H. MorK; 


500 


100 


300 






•cythci»nd»ics 












1B34 












Joseph Merrnii 


Inconsider- 


ioo 


3S0 


2,SO0 ft timber. {lOpr.m 


Id 


■h&TuiK boie* 


able 






18gall'.rarniBh,$2pr.pilL 


Stit 


Elihu Smeadand 


1,000 


ISO 


1,000 


200 Hides al SI SO 300 




8oni tannery and 








w>3 cords bark at 3 75 




■hoenuiking 








IOO aini 10. 




Apollo* Bord well i 


200 


120 


750 


leoaidesat 1 SO 3<0 




tanning and shoe- 








30 cords bwk Si 




making 








T5 skins 7S 




Juob P. KeUoggi 


None ap- 


400 


IH 


1,000 hnndlc!! 30 




hod 


propriated 

aolely for 
making the 










OaAvsE. 


iirtiele 










PilBleafbaU • 












airaw braid . 












Plane woodi ■ 












Shingle. 


- 


- 








Board. 












Iron etMdngs - 


600 




300 


CoaJ * 2CW 













Did cs.,t iron 40e 






■e (Ufw mtde in 8l)c(bun)e^ from tt 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 277 

i^UmitMi^t, e/e^ Maierhb aid, .Vimufafturf, JKtt-Hett, ttorkiuen, Wagu. 



1 

i 


llf 
ih 
tilt 

iwi 


illlli 


PI 

Itii 

m 

Hi 


m 

m 


ill 
Hi 


twapitxitpx 


'i 1 poco sliaiin; boiei 


V. Ynrk, Phi- 


i han'li 


Sone 


.11. .^ct. 




atJiOpergro.W.ISU 


ladelphia, and 


at 6 ' CIS 








^hci 60U 




ler day 








100,000 broom haji. 


n Hauuch'lu 










dlcsktll'Jj ¥3,250 


Dn 








7 •it 


00 at 7 50 S,25U 


Wasmehiia'tM, 


5 at 60 


fonc 


MGJcis 


is 




Vt-rmonl, and 
Ne* Vork 


CU. S3 






lit* palm 


.OOOhatlBlMperdoi- 


New York 


Thenar 


t is dine 


bywo'en 


100 






k childr 


n of .11 


p:»o»er 








Uysara; 


avcwgc 


per hat 






faoo sold in 


at )1 35 


Sone 


iOrt». 




l>-. including pork and 
brcfbbli. [iibi, Ecc. 500 


Conncc't, the 
BiickUnd and 


per day 






ftdl/UO 


75doi, scytheantO 


a.ij<«n'EtDWiu 








32o 


1,750 


HaitnchiiselU 


5 at 60 


None 




.j;,t»ib«. 125 


,W»ueBat 135 1,35Q 


and Vennont 


eta. per 






IDBlfor 






day 






> 35C 












Ltfcdfer 












275 












bwipieicepi 


JOO gro. M 4 SO pr. JTO 


Sold at New 


5 hand. 




One lOU 


Ocnnuah 




York, Phila. 


101) days 




days at 






delpliia, and 


atSOcts. 




34 cts. 






Bahimore 








S. AiK- 


100 Bidea Jcatlicr 3,000 


Allaaldintlir 


3 at 67 






1 » 300 


^00 pair ehocs 75 


cmmlj- 








1 20 


iOO pair hoots SStJ 
100 -.kins liO 










S. Ame- 


ll(J»idealc»t])erit3,93u 


Allnoldinlhc 


2 at 75 






1 50 ' 325 


Tiskin* in Si. 










iioa iG 


250 pair ahoes 3Ti 
50 pair bouls 17 
l,OOOIioesKt50ct>.5lH, 










1400 Ibi. 100 


JiaM-fcConn 


lh)U>d«l 






Wo do 136 50 






part of 
the ycai 








3,400 480 New York 


Mannfac 


urcd by 


voinenfc 




200.000 6,0'. Do 


Children 


do 


do 




1,000 750 Boaton 










iOO.OOO l,OvX.Worcerterco 










principally 








- 


200,000 1.000 Do 
Machinery '''H i M»»«,h'tt. 










MpltiiiKhi i,,o|5™««""^ 






IIHTIONAL FACTS. 


BetuRM 


by 




&L 


ANBOHt 


JUXk. 



378 



I Doc. Ko. 90S. ] 

T 3 No. IM GREENFIELD.-«SUMMt^ JC 




Turned wood 



Tintt Bheet ipori 
John J. P" 
1813. 



attk'aig, &c.( U. 
BvUmi 1)»S. 



wagon andchuw 
Biuui^i Ask 
Brown] 1830. 

Wi{^Duker,Sc.c 
Gra.W.Huiuoni 
1830. 



ti0,000lb9 wool, wort}. 

at this lime iiboiit 40 
per Ibi 21,000 Ibjcotton 
at V2i: 450 bbla soap a 
?3i SOO cords wood, ■ 
$■2; iron, lumber, coal 
kc. '2500 per yetr; J U< 
gilla sperm oil, at .8U. 

3 loin pig: iron, at 4J 67- 
7 ton. scrap, at JO 81*^ 
:0 tons Letu^ coal Sfr. 
no lbs bar iron 37« 



S4gallonioil64; 40 galU 

varnish -40; timber 60,- 
boardsSO. 



eOOgun barrel* at 
Lead 



SOOudes, atl.50 7 SO 
150 calf skini, at 1 15i 
30 cords bark, at 3 90 



Prank 
Feuik 



[ Doe. No. SOS. ] 



m 

In 



Iff 
f| 



ill tit 



I 100 plou^is, including 
woods and bl&cknni th- 
ing' TOO; sn cluJdroiu 
1' 7, 3S0| machir--- 
2,O00icutinE>of I 
oui kinda tad not i 
mented abore 1 1 

450 Kegi, tubs, ktelLTs, 
(^unu. bottld, p«ili 
■ffiouatiiiKto 3G00. 

t 600 gons, il 13 7,200 



rt/'nn h «b«et i 

3500: both bnncliei 
E SO connected as 
not to be cisilj diitin- 
giuibed in quantity. 



31 SOO ndo lolher 1,500 } 
150 C;Jf ikins 350 

1000 pur shoe* 1,001 
Uhu'neues 132 

SO pair boots 175 



3f ISOtwtiatS 



750 



^buss rsi 



so w>p>ni,at 35 1,7S< 



3 coKhet, S35 67 
Gw>i^n>,j5 21( 

Conndertble put ofUn 
''-le employed in re 



mi 
mi 



rill 



AIl,or newly ani 
in the co'inly 
of Pnnklin 



Hui. 

, Conn. 
t in Georgia. 



lit 



[ Doc. No. 908. ] 



H 
I 






Cibinetmak-nK, 
BkncroflStMllF 
1327. 



Saddle &. bamel' 
making; A. R.Mc- 
g^t 1835. 









immi 



i-&^i 



I .It 



Mkpl«, birch, pine, and Pnnl 
bus board* 300) cherry Ubu 
100; timber for bed- 



Bidli 
Part 
PmH: 



ANSWEBS 1 
13. Weuind tear, rcpun, TepUcing machines, denreciation, fnmi :5 to 30 pi 
surance froni one to Uirce per cent. The remainder ot thia question has not bean 
and I have no means of obtaining correct information. It Is the opinion of mer 
coroiniwons, bad debts, and tranaportation andatorage, would amount to five per 
Not aniweicd. 15. Varies_ from nine to l*elve hours In a day, in most caKa It 
iDott branches the buaincss ia continued through the ycur. IG. Seventy-five etXU 
ilolUrs a month for the year. 17. The profit in the manufact-irc of wootleiu baa i 
much in the hut three yean. It has been, at aome time,, a losing biiaineis, and 1 
time: and hai been aa Kpod for one year aa to enable tlic ownera to divide tin 
n«r cent; upon thdr capitals. The cause of increaac and decrexae <d' profit* "m1 
be owinr to the importation of foreign goods in greater or aniiJler quantitjc*. 1 
answered. SO. Aiuwared aa &r aa pncticable under the fir^i question. 31 .- Nol 
33. It ii hnpomble to state, with accuracy, the amount of agricultural production 
by the inanufacturers in the countyt aome idea may be formed of the amaUot ofc< 
by peferring lo Aa number of persona engaged in the buamesa. 3 .. The amoun 
hold maaunctures in the county ia amalt, and haa decreased lince 1 SIA. 21, Noi 
35. FoNign articlea do come in competition with nuny niade in tbii couu^, but 



[ Doc. No. 303. ] 



s 


ilf 


5.3.S .& 


-s-^^ 


m 

i 

fiil 


il 


1 


li'fi 

If -5 




tilt 

m 


1 


ipiir M), uia. 




fSOO in N. y. 


(at l.lti 






plSO-.lSAnt- 


locker* 12OO1HJO bed. 










rte»da350; 12S tables 
uui<tand9ilXI;a*<>rai 


Uut. 










340: bcbidfs rcpHiiiiiK, 










trod other t» 


TS haniL-tscs ISrS; 13 


SlOO In Vcr. 


a at .874 


I at .33 




pso 


■ul(lleU44iS0tnmlci 
300i 35 bricUe>i SO; 6 
cloak bapi 21, trim- 
n>In^rh.i«.2lH). re. 
pa^BlOO, 


remainder in 
Miu. 









I nan u m S9. 

■MUiifMc Moie cannderalile time and exmmination to decide correctlf. 36, 37. 
ttmti, M. Id mD the Stales 39. Palm leiLf hata arc exported to South Am. rica 
itVcKfaCalaUndi. SO. AH manufactured aKicleii are sold more or len, forcuh in 
taitlKctotvelTe montha' credit, and for liartcrpay. 31. The prol»blr effector 
■ivte htfn BHuniEictnrinB etfabliihmeota, would be ruin to ihoae engajjvd ii)- 
_lk Act apdn die Tilucvf land and biiildini>a would be to deprrciata them in vs- 
irltm^-n and frmalea, 
ing' cumtbrtably and rf apectable . 

. ^ ._ _. e Dianufkcture of iron in this caiintv, but it cannot 

MlHtf 4**ipi ava-ia admitted free of dut]'. 33. Tlie duties upon imported arti- 
■M cM*e ■ Manpcthion with domestic maniifsctiuvd arliclea, are the principal ma- 
tm, (IImA is, cMUm and wool,) and are no more than sufficient to luatsiD the muui- 
piBthdrbuMBCM. 34. Aniwcred in .13. 35. Not answered. 3fi. It ia believed 
■I altiiBiin a bir compenmtion for superintendcncr and labor, not mora tlwi six per 
fKimma could bwe been dinded upon capital employed in Ibis county for dftat 
I* 37, 38, 39. Sot answered. 



??.* 



£ Doc. Nj. 30^ 1 



DoctmmT 3 ^No. 105.— MONTAGUE, SUNDERLAND, 







llllj 


i 




1 




'.si 

ill 




■J 


Ill 


|.^lj- 


pill 


III 




i 


MoKTAorB. 












Windtor Gitnn, 


(200 


1250 


1100 


3,000 horns »15( 


Haai 


comb msauikc 












tMrer, 18:^6 












One hurse wagon* 








Timber 400 


Kon 


SC'lDMl.SD. 












One horse wagons 








Timber 240 


Sum 


Piilmle»fhat» 












Ashley Gmves, 


'400 


100 


25 


Oak, ash, and ™lmH 


Co.< 










timber 75 




turSr, 1828 








Hubbs and feUow* 40 




Plougha 






- 


Timber 20 




LtTiaiTT. 












DUt-lling 


l.lWO 


100 




1,300 bbU. cidei at 7Scta. 
per barrel 5900 


Ur 


DiTid & I.orin 


800 


100 


300 


I8cord«harkat 9 


Len 


■poitef, tsniier^ 


XFaterpWP 






ISO cjfakini .t' 1 


Ci* 


)834 












Ftlni leaf hatK 












Bufiis Putman, 


800 


'100 





2,000 biDiMs coal ■» 




Khjthe irmnu 


water pwV 






I.WOburfielicwl 40 




fcct.,rer, 1836 












Shinglet 


300 


100 


- 


Timber ' IOC 


■' - 


Bnxnm 


SO 


10 


- 


6,000 n>R. broom bniib 
at 5c1s. 300 


Len 


9«m,o»i™». 












Mwhmn. Macotfcbei 


100 


100 


25 


Birch and maple thnber 


Shut 


ebairmtker. 








^ 100 




lass 




received fr 


omthe 


above named p«rKii& 





In Sunderland there are 3< 
the hM year aufflcient r» 
tt 4,000 6aUv, which w 



EXPLANATIONS. R] 

idyear^. BrooMi 
. . e made in Sunderik 
1, Albany, and New York. 530^000 tea 



[ Doc No. 30$). 3 s^ 



'4 
1 


i-'i 


a* IP 

inli 


111 

nU 

fill 


ili 

i 

llii 


m 
ill 

hi 

fifl 


|»iAl»m«90C 


:.(U0 doz. nidi: comli 


M York & N 


1 at SOetu. 


3 boy. at, 






■600 


Enff.ineiual 




laUU. 






200 doi. I»rge 30( 


proportions 








30C 


SO -agon,* l.JOO 




3 at 1. 00 






180 


30 waeons 9"0 
3. jOO hat. 700 




1 at 1 25 






raws lie 




Braklea in 


ramilie* * 


Llsucb 


lod 10 


3 j ODE horse wagoni 


All in Sunder 


1 at 1.00 






1C 


at 30 doUi. 750 


land 








180 












14U 


W plougitu 360 


putting up 


work WO, 

(10 


^oodwo 


rk 130. 


■h.ddo'bnndy 




9 in Ma«. 


I at n. 2*1 






l^a 




i in HarirdCl 


day* 






^MUes 300 


100 sidM upper SOU 
100 do aale letXher 450 


AlbinlhisCo. 


1 at 7JCO. 






imi 30 












IJOoUfskid 300 










pibklTCBSOu 


JS.OOO hiU, at SOcU 




n Tunilie.. 


1 17 eta. 


neb 


hBBuan' 30u 


'200aoz. Kythe5,atll 


AU in New 


2 at 1 doU. 






CMMeel au 


dolk. 2,aoo 


England 








ScmudalSO 














SOO M. >Jiioe:l«, imui- 
ufitctired >t f i 40U 




at' 91. ro 

daj. 






«ira 31 


S.0OO broom 730 


i in Han. 


EipenM of making biDOnu, O^ 
cl^aive of wire and handle^ 






in Cana.ta 




i in B. I»l:.na 




se 


JOO chain at 4 a. County of. 


at 75ctj. 




J time 



IDITIONAL PACTS. 

B iMt jrear, valued at 318 doUum (old to the m 






d^,: C Doc. No. 308. 3 

DMOMsirr 3— No. 106.— LUDLOW.— JUUMe of- 



•3 


ill 

■■=11 
1*1 


ii! 

ill 
Ml 


jil 


|l1ti 

liii 

m 


1 

.9: 

i 
1 

5' 


BiM'on ti Spriufr- 


(looroou 


*2W),000 


30,000 


Woodperaim-, »l,00ft 




6eld Cotton M«- 


ftalerpow'r 




doll. 


Oil, 900 












S'Mch, 700 






R»te of per 


Genln^ on 


theea 






Jenks, Wnshinit- 


pitil >nnu«.l 


y, for the 


lut J 






tonJenkspArnoM 


Ce«r»,IOpr. 


cent. 








Jrnl^^J'>a. Huck- 












Kn, Sarn'l Slater, 












AhBb tVilkinwn 












MonsonmdBrim. 


180, 


OOO 




Wood, oil, flour— , 




fiild Cotton M»- 








freight, 1.200 to l,fOO 




iiuf»cnirin^ Co., 








Cotton, 166,000 \\k. fA 




bteun IB30 








lUets. perlb. ■ 




Monaon Woollen 


7,000 


6,000 


10,000 


50,000 lbs. of »<k.l, 




Mnnu&ct'inKCo., 


water [>ow't 






worth 20,000 




1815 








70,000 yiU. warp, 4, OOU 
Agricultural pro- " "= 
ductions S,t!PW 


.,-.. 


FalmerCottonMa' 


50,000 


20.000 


•5,500 






ItUl.EdTh. Mon- 






















roe, Luth. Pi^ks, 












J. S. Wright, W. 












Fuy,J.9.Putnam, 












P. Cutler; F. A. 












Cobb, J. Hrown 













DatPn»;tT 3.— Ko. 107,— WALKS.— *ibA^ of 'J 



W:d<-< Woollen 


C«pit«l, 


»12,000 






















Capil-l, 


sr.ooo 




Profit. 10 per ce^;., ,^ 


















■'C«pi(id. 


B23,D00 








M.,-..rtfkt. fipriftfT- 












field, incorporeCJ 
























Cbicopec Manuf. 


♦i+o.ooo 


8337,000 


80.fl0< 


900,000 Ibi. cotton. 


CoUon 










woKh tllO,00( 




8prinKfi'ld,incor- 








A?ricu1. pi'odnct^ 


Candi 










flour, 60^000 


fcVa. 













EXPLANATIONS, BK 

"rtle cort of goods manufactured is diminished 20 per cent, mnce the c^bliihv 
Chicapee Mfriifartiiring Company, in conaeqkience of ■ reduction of tmgo^ o 



[ Doe. No. 30«. J 



28t 



I 



5 J C 5 C 

Pisa 
Hijlj 

llll 



III" 



&« gja M>- i 



Cotton clnlli manufart'd 
■nnu&lly, i.iOO.OOOvils., 
value 1103,643 



Cotton cloth mBQulict'i 
inufclly, 5N0,0CKJ jiis. 
'ernge value 9} eta. 

70,000 yards latincti 
85cb pcry*r<liiiia31, 
i lew in lUj 



in thi* State, 
j in N.York, 
1-6 in Phlta. 
1-e in Bait. 



WILLIAM II. FOSTER. 





1(XI \.\^. <alineis iir.<lay, 


Bocton 


7 M tU 




7.t»l» 












pr. week 




ibU <lo7 Ksfha, at flC 


N. Vorit, Bo» 


14 at S2l 










ton, k. Vh. 










|HO,WW, varioul articles 


At homo 


17 al 9-J6 
per mo. 
indud-g 




pr.wrrk 






N, T., Pliilk.. 


lui at 9C 


141 at 4i 










cts. peri eta. iXf 


eta. fCT 




worth tiM,SiM 


niniptioti & 


day 1 d»J- ■■ ■ 








1 


'.' 



AbomONAL fXct3. 
il, and iniprovemenV in 
■n 33) per cent. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



■lis" 



3.— Wo. 108.— MONSON.— **«*<ie^ If lU jh i f iM M . 



n 



III 









IS 



fill 

g£SS 



llpgmiiniaiito' 
mi&ctnre col 
gowU, fiibieqiii 
ly be^n to make 
sjiliiicls. The ~ 
of I 



flainpdcn Cotton 
Mamitac. Cn The 
names of itockh old- 
man:, J. NoferoM, 
H. Plynt, J. Wylei, 
H. l.yon, E. r.ooil- 
wui, G. Beucli, anil 
J, L, Bcynoliis. 



The buildings and ma- 
cost ovi'r 970, OUU, but 
that is wKhI ve call 
the cupital stock. W^ 
ter power w iisrii. 






in 
ill 

!«" ■ 



(av no,000 lbs. cotton Therawmatt 
S^t.OOO Ilia- wool. terials vibct 

Aoiiotv and coniide- we uie iM 
ralilc qiiaitilv of dye collectoirn 
BtiiHs ant iisei micli as| iJ loit ertp; 
mdig.i, middcr, poi aili, Statu in ihi 
dyf wiHKln, soap, fcr. | Un[oj 

FroinlSiriipto witl 
constsnlly mi " '' 
ihcetiiig. No. 
sold by I ' 



I a lale period " 

rtirle nf ( bTO»' 

i, which waaconitmrsV 



prcua'for which it sold jut; a» foU*** 

i< iiiiM'i.l* N<fnn.')<<SI.*l»li- !^ 
■:!' II1.*.-^I<,'W< l-J 'Mil 'SlU.'lbl*^ 

III. -?"'■* •net ■3uT.-ii9i 'rttt^*^. 



EXPLANAT10N8, REUA^ 



together 



e slated that the hiwineas has not nrtliil over .T per cent. 
lince the concern WMCStubliHh'.d; t!,e fiu.-! ^a, s-.me y 

jome a handaome prnTil. Tiic improvements anil hivcr 

RUchincrTi that, before machinos were worn out, they had to be I; 
improved plana, to be purchaactl, ao 'hal con-i'diTable ani<nint 
have been pRiflta, have been tliui apjihed to keep the works iti 



QUESTIONS PBOPOUNDBD BT 
ifactory ii aituated? ^tu. Slate of 



-whether water, ttcain, or oth^ pawrr* 
^M. A. U. IM4. An iiw 



]. Stste and county in which iJie 

county of Hampden, town of .'loiisoi 
3. Kiiul or description of the manti^tory. 

Water power. 

3. .When ealabliihedi - and whethrr a jiHnt Mock ci 

rated company. 

4. CBpitalinve9tedii)Kroundandbiiiidinpandwiterpower,MidinraachineiT'.lM. |7D^ ' 

6. Annual tate of profit on the capital inveited iince the eatabliihtnent of me manub^*' 

diitJnKuiihini; between tlie nte of profit upon that portion of the capital which i> ^ 
rowed, after pTOvidinK for the intereit upon it, and the rate of pnifit upon that pW^ 
which u not borrowed' Jat. The capital waa all paid in by the itockholdem ' 
■vere^ profit haa not been over three perceul. p>.-r annum. 

7. Cause of increaac ordccreaie (aa the cue may be) of profit' Ant. Palling and Buctail 

iBg aiarketi tlio improvementa in nuchineiy have canaetl a constant expenditure to »!■■ 

■lid rebuild machinery and purehaae new to keep tip with the timei 
13> NuBlber of men, women and children employed, and average waget of ndb cka! 

Au. 110 handi ten years okl uiil upwardii say 60 of them femalea. 
13. How many hour* of a day employed, and what portion of the year' Jnt. 13 bontlB 

day all the year. 
16. Wbathcr the manuulkcturei find a market at the nunuhdory ' If itat, hov &r we An 

aent toamarkct' Jiii. Goodi arc mostly sold in New Voile. 
18. TThnrr «rr tbr maniiftrtiirri rtmwiiiird ' At. MoM in AmariM. 



I Doe. No. 306. ] 



1 


III 
111 


mil 




ill 


ii 


1 


!fii 


iiiiii 




m 


fll.- 


JVpHn. 


Hike 240,000 jardi 


Sold mosUy in 


2imcu«t»ip<T 


25 .t 30c 


fiU fOUIIg 






theciijofN. 


day. >iM> Mine 






.pmh 


13* ccW. . yard. 


¥ork. 


clerks &. over- 




Jtcciite. 


*st; 


72,(»O0 yds, Mtiiieis, 




seers with con. 






worth 60 to 100 CU. 












.y»d. 




ric». 







aVnONAL PACTS. 

(■t ecwld not be avoided without doing wonci aqd dot the vorki >re no more 
pt|«aV*nd probably would iiotael) far anginal cod. Some of the quertkxa I here 
MM, not, nmelt, poMeuing all the infbrniKtion inquired for; oLbcn are not wt- 
pKJadf in the wnj which the queidoni teem to contempUtcj lUime of the annret* 
tee^tard; correct, but I believe all are •ubulantlatly correct, and a».»ear the trutfl 
llttvitluMil going into a minute invertigBtion of the whole history of the concern. 
JOSEPH L. KEYNOLUi), Jgtnt Jor Hampden Cvt. iftn. Co- 

^ WITH THE ANSWERS ANKEXRD. 

etber tm of the matiulactures are eipurted to foreign countries' and, if to, where' 
; To India and South America are soiiii.' of the cotton sent. 

ether the manufacture u aold by the manufacturer £)r caih ' and, if on creiUt, at 
ICRdit? if baTteTed,f<irwhAt' ^m. On credit. 

Hher the coat of the manu&ctured articles (to the manubcturer] ha« ifier«Med er 
macdi and ho* much in eKehyearfromthecatablishmarrt of tb« mamifsctoi;; and 
As die incicaae haa been in the materials or the labor, and at what rate* Ant. 
iflidied by U]OT«tviiig TTwehiiMryi. 

pncea at which the nunufacturea have ticen sold by the maniifikciurer since the 
Enhment' Jbti. Cotton good* fhnn 33 to 5^ eenti a yard. 

IT charge necessary in levyiiiK or collecting the duty on such articles, to prevent 
d' An*. The satinet maniibcture now suttera, and we believe by rea»n of low 
ed woollena being fmidulently brought in. 

t. baa been the rate of your profits, annually, lor the last three yean* and if it be a 
1 atock company what dividends have been received, and what portion of the income 
lie company has been converted into fixed capital, or retained as a fund for conliil- 
lor other objects, and tlierefore not divided out annually' Ata. Had we not hoped 
more profits than we have realized, we should not have embarked in the bun- 
, and now the prospecti for profits are far from being encouraging. Tar the laat 
ateen yeara the biiuness haa not lieen worth over Tt per cent to tiie ilackholder*. 
'^t nte of wages? Ant. Men'a wagea (11 per montht girls, say |1 a week. 
W. U. FOSTER. 



Doet>a»T 3.— No. lOB— B1JU4DFOBD, CHESTER, fcc— AAtJwfc o/ JK 



^1 
li 

III 


Illll 
lilll 


tm 

fill 

Mil 


pi 


Hill 


J 

= 

1 


BLAltDroBD. 

Tiniiine, 
Vrilliun Witsoii 

Cauram. 

Hubbird, mnainK 

Bbimtiblu. 
Turning 

Joseph Carew, 
E. W. BliBs,&c. 

WHTriiLD and 
W. Sp»iBBriii.o. 

Tanning 

Edge tooU and 
W.P. Aiiwa,>. 

D. & L Amu 


Capita] em- 
ployed 
93-2.000 

do 30,000 

3 mills 
7 engine. 




- 


N>t profit on capha) 20 

Rate of profit on capitid 
12 per cent. 

,560,167 pounds ngi , 
TBlue 176^ tW 
oilier articles nearly all 
American, value 12,33., 


" 



t Doc. No. 308. ] 

t, JMcrMitMi^ Itmmfadmrta, Ma- hj *. Workmen, Wmgff. 



1 
1 


111 




m 

m 

Ini 


11 f 

i 

llif 






Uather »30,000 

Leiither 40,000 
Leather 13,60C 
Leather 30,300 

Leather 13,000 
Leather 13,000 




13 >t 016 

per mo. 

Mat Ifipr. 
month 






;'».u.,d« 


3,000 polUi«lc«rp»- 






















>'M«i™ 












■Jnlbli,^. 


hatcheU 










•'•'rfiWMd 


1,400 hunmen 
3.000 Ibi. paper null 

knives 
SOOadiei 
400 drswinr knive* 
3,000 imaller tool) 
Value «!0,00(i 












19,334 rean» manu- 




S4 men 


;bor' 


MgiH. 
















150,000 























WUXUH H. F08TEB. 



[ Boe. No. 309. ] 



DocoMiOT 3.— No. lift— SPRINenBLD, CHESTER, kc^SeheAitc af 



1 

III 


jfl 

Si 
III 


lll 


1.3 E 

ill 


m 

m 


.s|-S 

i 


8prinf6eU Cud 


»3,000 


Capital cm- 

plojed 
I6,O0Cj 




. 




CheMcr Unnen-, 
Mr. Hyle 


- 


do 8,000 




I'rofit on rspital 20 pT. cU 




BUnTord tMocrj-. 
Oliver Watson 




do IS.OOO 




Profit nn capital 13 pr. ct- 




lir. B>tei,uiBUn 
ford 




do .'!,000 




Profil 20 per cent. 




Cotton mwurocto 
ty, Chr«er, 
Inac StereaiiL 
Co. 


" 


do 3,500 




-. 




Woollen ficloiy «t 
BUnford 
Lyman Norton 
&Co. 


800 


^.200 




Wool, 50 cents pcrponnd 
ProfitoncBpiWliapr-et- 




muufactory 




do 19, SCO 








Westflcid whip 
H.Uull 




do 1-J,000 




i imported, ^ domotic 














OthmbiMinebu. 


- 


do 13,000 




do do 


- 


Wo(ii:-«ii muiu&c 
tofy ID We«t 
Sp^gfleld 




do 8,000 


,i 


"- ■ " 





[ Doc. No. 308. 2 

^l/i.,lUeriakuMd, Manufaeture*, Markdi, JVorkmat, Wagtt. 



i 


fill 


m 

lUlli 


fill 


m 

Hit 

fill 


111 
iti 

m 

fib 




I34.00O peranum 




9 at fl.SO 


- 


4 at 93 
pr.weefc 




14,000 leither 




8 at 13 pet 






- 


13.000 leaftcT 


1 at Hartford 
reatatliome 


4 at 16 per 
month 






- 


i.500 . - - 


- 


'IIU" 






- 


9,000 Ibi. jrim. S3ct5. per lb. 


Alhonie 


S at 1 per 
day 




•■^'■ 


- 


»I0.000 of ntineti 


widN. York 


r at ts per 
ucIiurTe 


mmtth 
of board 


'•:^ 




15.000 powdf r 


K. York and 
Bortoi. 


U at 35 per 
month 






- 


50,000 whip! 


At home 


^6 at 18 pet 
month 








J0,00D wbipi 


Alhorae 


do 






- 


130 yvdi of utiact per day, 
at 60 ceiiti per yard 


Hartford and 
Mew York 


8 at 21 per 
including 


month 
board 


l«at9 
pr.-, 



vnx^ a. FotTB 



[ Doc. No. dus. ] 

BoctFwrr 3.— No. 111.— ASH BURNH AM.— &*«*»& o/ A 



it 

1 


mi 
mil 


m 


a 

111 


lifil! 

tiPJ.U 


1^ 


WoodihSUreiu, 
chur manu&c- 
tuten 


II .600 


SlOO 


9600 


Mapte, birch, pine, tim- 
ber, flag:*, &C., f3,000 
Fuel, oil, be. 50 
Freight, 500 


Ham 


Bghtch>irmanu- 
actairen 


2,000 


100 


4.000 


Maple, bircli, pine, tSm- 

her flap, tc. 29,000 

Fuel, oil, fcc, 300 

Freight, 3,000 


Maas; 


Widler BuBsel, 
tanner fc currier 


3.003 


200 


S.OOC 


Hides and skins, 5,D00 
Bark, lime, oil, and tal- 
low, 1,000 


USM 


Charka Barret, 
hoei 


rso 


ISO 


20( 


Coal, oil, (ic, 300 


IbM 


BooU and ahoes ■ 


1,800 


73 


3i 


U^O-er. thread, pe^ 
Fuel, ml. ic, 30 


Haan 


WoodatSterena, 
hare bellows ma- 
nufactured 


100 


40 


30( 


Boards, punia, nalli, and 
leather, 2,000 


Maiai 


Two dealers in 
palm leaf hata 


- 




- 




- 


Jonei U Harwood. 
tanncta and cur 
Yien 


1,000 


100 


a.oa 


Hides and skins, 2,000 
Bark, oU, hme. &e., 3»i 


- 



C Doc. No.' 308. ] 

BiBtH&ttMlirkkmeJ, Mmufitdura, UtrhtU, Workmat, Wage*. 



Si 


m 


Wh« proportion, are dV 
posed of in this SUte, 
Whkt proportion in other 
States, uid where. Whu 
proportion in foreign 
countries, »nd where. 


m 

iS 
Hi:- 


It!* 

lllf 


.. . . 


ChunuiniuUv nnn- 
ufiumired, 95,500 


Boiton 


6 at 7J cent.. 
II.39S 


10»t33cenu. 
•1,08.1 




Cbtiia uintuJIy nun- 


Boston 


50 at r J cents, 
11,635 


r5 at 33 cent,, 
7,6n 


. . . 


[.eather Unned ind 
curried, 10,000 


uid N.York 


7 M 1 dollar, 
8,170 




IMlAd JM 




New EngUnd 
States 


2 at I dollar, 
«30 




- - 


Boots uiddioeimuiu- 
fictuted, 4,000 




5 at 1 dollar, 
1.550 




^^^ 


Bellowi umiullr ma- 
nu&ctured, 4.S00 


New England 

States 


4 at 1 dollar, 
1.240 


3 It. 43 cent), 

260 


KT«9, 1,100 


32,000 luts, at Si 
ccnta, ^OOe 


Allthe 8t>tea 


Eqtul to n 
stanUy en 
cents. 


females oon- 
plojred. at 30 
^^ 6,510 


- 


Liatber turned uid 
curned, 4,000 


Woreeitep 
county 


3 at 1 dollar, 

930 





SAMUBL WARD. 



ft»4 C Doc. No. SOS. ] 

Doc<:»WT 3.— No. 112.— SOUTH UADLEV, GB-JHiBY. kc^Sckeditkof 



^1 

il 




fllll 

m 


°1 




1 

.E 


Is 
III 








lllfllll 


1 


Sotia Hadi.«t. 












■WoodbridgeliLuiutic- 


#7.000 


$6,000 


t2,SQ0 


40,000 Ibi. cotton per 




luniiKC ompwiy .com- 








annum J4,000 




menced In 1838 












Satinet maitiificlory - 


4,000 


2,000 


5,000 




N. 


Paper mill, Howud & 


13,500 


5,000 


12,000 


3,000 tons rags 3,6M 


Un 


L«throp,coinr.ienced 








Bleaching powden 900 




IBM 








Villiol 300 
SOO biubcli Ihnc S50 
Felting BOO 




GlAKBT- 












8«ntinet manufactory, 


Ma'eiabou 


S2000\ToMh 


rdling 


per annnm for paper 


mlt 


by Asa Robbing 
P^ leafhaU anil bon 












Ma'ea about 


3S,000palm 


leaf ha 


ts, by tlie lid of females 




net^ by Eldarf Smith 
























Wa^n manufactory 


3,008 


' 


1.000 


Iron 2,700 
Timber 500 
Paint 75C 




Tire engine nMrnufac 


3.OO0 


800 


600 


Iron, copper, a.id block 




lory, by H. Holland 








tin 




Wire aievB inanufaclo- 




C»pit»1400 








ly, by Atwood 












G-aainrx:.. 












John Warner, Bcjth 


3,000 


1,000 


1,00C 






manulactoiy 













EXPLJUf ATIOMS, 1 

SoDTB HiBui. — Factoiy for making; vooden button moleiii alio «tlitAlud. 
vIM'ATVc'tuinemswUidiiUni »ff abool 110,000 worth of leather pecawun. 

'«M«nK«awR. — The nagoni are prindp4lly one hone ^^amue vagoax u 
odi paiti of the wagDD arc made in all parti of the town, tame «i>iplOT«d oa 
wme on Aebodiei, ■eati.ikc. 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 





Ill 


'siii 


11*5 


i|i 


in 
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fill 


III. 

IWI 
nil 


lllilf 


m 
m 


i 




■30,000 y<l«. ■hcelin? 

(13.1100 


Sold in Boston 


3«t (I 




15 at 31 
cents 


. 


15,000 yds. «[in« 8,00f., Vicinity 


4.t75cli 




3al">.'5cH 


■ LcU».r.B< 


FtptT 60,000' Principally at 


30 at as 




iO 11133 


11,300 


; Ihe South 








»*~>^- 












>>llK.^nt 


towns. Ibnufkrtiirc of 


bo„ncuj.»tco 


minenecd 






>i» i,m 


600 wifTOiu 18,000 


Principilly in 

noKliern Stntei 


30 at 91 






- 


SOengineotfiOO 10,000 


NurihemStBtoi 


6 at I 






. 


8,000 srivM It «4 50 


. 


3 at I 








p^d03en 












S.000 Kvtlics 4,iOO 


Cinad», New 
HumpshiTf.and 


7 at 1 










Vcrtnoitt 









IDCnOMAL FACTS. 

fan PaucoTT. — The only articlea manufactured in theie towna, ai« included in 
• of pahn leaThkti and itraw honneta tnade for Ware and EnReld, vherc tbe men 
A die opitil uul cinployTneut reude. 

ricK.— Aliout 35,000 palm leaf hati, worth about 96,350, are annually manuractur- 
jMe, Hid lent principally to Neiv Yorh. 

JOSEPH r.YMAN. 
■FM«,jeiy 10, 1K32. 



SM t Doc. No! 308. ] 

DocDMSKT 3.— Ho. 113.— CUmUKOTON, PLAINHELD,' NORWICH.- 



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it 

111 


Hi 

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'J 
Jl 

li 


m 


f -si 511., 

Pi|ii-| 














Darius Ford k Co 


•■0,000 $6.CW0 


16.000 


48,000 lh«. wool K4,or- 


In 


Satinet raclory 


Water | 




8,000 cotton warp 3,36o|s. 










5(W^als. sperm, oil iiy 
250 cords of wood 25' 

90 barreU soap 27t 
1,500 lbs. bluevitriol 150 
I.aOoliis, coppera* 5J 

800 lbs. pot ash 33 
50 barreU ug' 23 


Va 
Ml 


Cotton manuEu'ry 


GOO 


10,000 


4,000 


S4.000 lbs. 6,730 


3.1 




Water 






250 gallons of oil 200 
2,000 lbs. of slarch 12L 
150 cords wood ISO 
300 lbs. leather 60 


Hi 

Vi. 


Tanneries; Wm. 


T.SOO 


700 


2S,000 


6,500 hides 25,001 


s 


Hubbard, eom- 


Water, for 






l,a0O cords oTbark 2,?'O0 


Vi 


mEncFdinlSIJ 


bark mill 






300 bushels of lime lOT 
200 pJlons oil 80 
300 cords of wood 300 


Hi 


Three shoe mak'ra 
PiiintitLD. 

Three aatinet ^ 




JOO 




- 




.%700 


SM 


7.000 


35.00J lbs. wool 19,S50 


Ml 


torie^ («"»") 








53,000 yds. cot. warp 2,650 


V. 


Wwner.Whiting:, 












& Co.. A. & N. 


Water 










- Streetcr, Hamlin 












& Bates, com. 












iDcnced in 1829 












Tanneiyi Durm tc 


1,000 


200 


1,200 


rocordiofbark 140 


Hu 


Panons, com- 








200 hides 1,000 




menced in 1830 












Roland Shaw, 


100 


300 


100 


r.OOO ibs. iron 525 


Pet 


manufa'roftacli! 


Walo- 










J. Hamlin, hatter 


ISO 




100 






Manufacturer of 


ISO 


50 


203 


Boardi and timber 4O0 


Uai 


wooden ware. 












Benjamin Ouyde 












Broom handlea 


100 


50 


IOO 






Onchanieumalcei 


200 


rs 


500 






Wooden clocki 


100 










Koawica. 












Knig'ht h Porter, 


1,000 


150 


9,000 






tannerm 












Caleb W-Hjumum, 


iOO 


100 


300 






ue maker 












El'aTilden, *;ythe 
stone manuCftCt'r 


200 


lOU 




- 


Inti 


CvMMimow.~Ttt culture of ailfc in Ihii town craatM ncM iiitemt: men tt 
mulb«rty treea ue now px^nag, from one to Aree j«m ^i ud hud and mm 




^Uuituid I 


•iw twice ». 


niM)]' 


more. One mut,thelMt 


jTM 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 497 

t^tmBt i l il m gi . He., Maienalt uttd. Mmufieturft, MarJaU, WorimtM, IViigM. 



1 


tfi 
111 


ijpl 

1 i h 5| 


ii||M. 
' ll-'iis 

m 


it} 
1 


■«£eo m 

tewooil 181^ 

3k so 

mMtr UO 


60,000 vJj. Mliiiel 

»35,000 


H;drmMa.w 
Do. in Conn 
k New York 


30 at fl 


*.t40c 


Ifi»t33c. 


- 




ll2,000vds.shirV9.«»f) 
80,000 do Bheut'g 8,00'^ 


( Mm. i Con. 
} in N. York 


11 at 1 


Sat 33 


34 at 33 


m» 




MI.OOO ]b». sole iJ.OOO 
100 sides upper 2,500 


New York 


IS at 1 






- 




2,000 




6 at 1 






" 




53.000ydii. »ti't 29,1S0 


Conneeticut 


ijaierc 


" 


13 at 33 


_ 




9,000 lbs. leather 2,070 


Vicinity 


3 at 75 










13,000, 000 cut ta'kfilOOO 


New York 


lat do 


lat 50 




- 




Annus! value 800 
8,000 cheese box's 1,000 

■Uppew 12,000 

75.000 broom hand's 8S0 

90harn'--uea 1,560 

200c;ock» 1,000 


jN.Y. jHass. 

do 

do 
do 

Adjoi'gSUtCi 


2 at do 
6 at do 

1 n do 

^.Ido 
latjl 






S. America 


Value maoufac'd 3,000 


Hus. & Con. 


3 at do 






' 




iOO aies at 1 SO 7 JO 

New lay 250 
36,000 icytlic stones 

3,250 


N. V. & Mass 


3 at do 
*atdo 







n ia rapidly improving in cnweouencA 
.*Tb«reM«thn>cilu)«n»kMswb0docastoTp worfconb-, 
' JOiBFB bTHASr. 



M8 



[ Doc. No. 308. J 

Docmnrr 3.— No, U*.— AMHERST AND RADLBT. — . 



S's 



Sll 



mi 



IllSslllil 




Amherel CoW. Ma- #8 M'-A 
nurncturjng Com- Walcrpoi 
pan), iiiocrpor."- 
Od 1814. 



Cwrii^ rainufac- 

ton', coin nic need 
in 1826 Lymnn 
Knovlea. 



ft9,600 4H,000 1b9, cotton yi,SO0 S. 
ISO bu9. r}'c flour lOOJViu 
ISO cords wood 



Five !<huemakera 

IUdi.ii. 
BatlncI and immn 
woo'n cloth flic 

Gates & Pommy 
Tunnerj, 

8.&E.lilckinsoa 
Broom nunafiictu 



, cnal 



IB 



Wntcr pow 
1.500 



Unip cul 130 Nui 
300 Tbs. flah oil htal. 3<':M^ 
An. rep. If Bther, lum. 2S0;Vi£i 
Sugar and rice 50 1^ 

6 hhda, molawei 340l 

40 bBj-rcls flour 3l)0|Nev 

2 tons codtish 
300 busli«l> poutoes 60 
1 au bu. rye for faJiuliea I '" 
lOU huaheU com 

3 tons pork 3 
iU bar. «l>iul h mack. 100 
7,000 Ibn. beef 
60 bushcla salt 
IS bii. peas and be«i 

Plated ware 
American broadloth 1,500 M 
Lcallicr 3,000 

Woodwork 1,000 

-Sii.ie., screws and 



900 calf skins 1,100 Id 

'25U hides, Amcriciui 1 . OuO 
iJ0.0(AJlbs.co.brM. 2,S00W 

HOO.OOu tacks 

8,000 lbs. wire 

3,iJUlba twine 

5,00(J bT-MM nails 

500,000 hanJiM 500fw 



cont.'iid W'th n.-riouB lowc) and misfortune, having never made a dividendunti 
^ year, vA •eveiiteen yaat after itt foundatioii. in only good fruitt hive b 



a yean after It . . ..^ „ 

•fMl auna:n'n|[ an intelligent and moral popuUlion of «xty-«» aouU who wiM a 
CompuuDD with any vUIige wbere Hm punutu are liiiubx, or i^ the ■■■^»** 
•grculou^ leclioiu of tiic countiy. 
N«m*MAWTss, ,^^ 13, 183*. 



£ Doc No. SOS. ] S99 

S^g^fcA; Vc, MaleniiU toed. 3fanii/arfurci. Market; tVorhmto, Wagg. 



i 



•sit 

alt . 



-4 ■!■'■■» 

Ill:; 



1^ 



Hill HP I'!!! 



m^i 



12al*5c. 3»t35c. JOatJwc. 



■ulkius, kc. JO,000 



3,000 

3,0CHJ 

et3,0(W 



MasWchiiBctU 
AU in vicinity 



2,000 



«S1 



mmOKAL FACTS. 

MiMriiliili iiTI miiiiiil liiiiiiiii 1831, ISOtoiu; avenge for the lot ten 

I tamt the wtude nunuiactuml into brooma within the town. The \tbac of oim 

■OBlk^ irill cultivate about lix acres, ind hiu-vest the lune. The kvcnge produce 
MM AW paundi; one pound ii allowed for a broom. One nun, if very e^eit, 
AlCucb nVe too* of bnuh in > year, if conitantly emploved. Actual coct of > 
b. of faradi J cent% tyin; 3^ bandle ii, virr, twine, ftc. i — 9 ccnti. 

JOSEPU LTIUN. 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

«^ft,JfaMdbtMnJ^ Siamifadiira, Marlceti, Wtrkmtn, Wages. 



I 

1 



13 114 



mi 



v-i 



PI 



Hi 



lilt 



li6,500 yds. MtinPt, 

«I>0,OOU 
,ir3,430yd». shctt- 
infpt ihirtinjjs, 1MO,00(I 

Huhinerv, 20.0U0 



Augcn and bitu. G,500 



H*t^ 3 1,000 

(3,000 stmw bnnntta, 

18,500 



,000 vdB. Kilinet, 43,000 

100,000 yds. cotton 

■ps, i, 100 

r3,000 sheetings. 



faclurinp 
Ublishme 
in K.En^Iiinil 



5,000 Boston k New 
Vork in i 
equal propor- 



JinNewVark 

jinN.Vork, k 
South 



ioy 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



3^No. IIS^W 



ma 
fliil 

ipM'i 
lilJ 



III 






llllil 



I: 



v C =.9 B 
B * ., ^ la.!; 



# E-j: S^ sfe I 



Jfttnei Wood h C< 
card mium&cti>- 
Ty. Commenced 
in 1818 



Three tuinerie*, 
Chsj, WUker. Be 

Tbree ihoemtken 
AmoiT, Fiih, >nd 



$300 VIS.OOO 



CapiUl 300 

Op. 1,500 



10,000 nci»l»ther,J3,(WC Mm 

l,5uu lb>. ulluw, 150 C( 

galk.neftt'8ftx>toil:,4O0 u 



e eountr of I 
cotton ftrtofil 



EXPLANATIONS. R) 

Hampihire MviufacturinK (^ompuiy ii the wiccensor of the W*re Hanu&etu 
puiy, incorponitsd in 1823; the succen of wliicli ii better undentood in State I 
ton, than in the country. It ii genendly understood to have been a 
No piofita have been made hj the manu&rture of cotton i 
The ffTcat benefit which has roiulted from the cMKbliahment of ei 
ciuedto tbc couHtry, and in no Inatance tn the capitaliit, un< ess where hehaipn 
•n immenac lacnfice from thooe who founded them, and were cnubed by thai 
tioni. The great Ion, howoTer, was owinr to the want of proper maohiaei! 
ikill, and ezpenac of tranipiirtation. The bkumen is now well undentood, and, ii 
of the preicnt ovneri of the atock, i* believed to be in a healthy itate. Tlw 
manufiutured in Ware, cairiagei of the value of 1,900 dolUra; carria)^ hamcM, ■ 
l,000doUarsi iheet iron, and tin ware, 3,500 doUani hat*, 1,600 doUan< clock) 
piocM, TOO dollara. 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



n 

% 


m 

III! 

ill! 




lit 


mi 

lilt 


in 

fill 


H tssi 


50,000 ft. or(»nla,f68,500 


i in Mass.. re. 


11 >t $1 




10 M 4l 


<Mllt»nis,»(l 


3,000 >de» of iM. 
ther. 

Shoei, 


9.000 
1.500 


iMJndcrN.Y. 
N.J.,PtOliio, 
Del.,Md.,Vir., 
uidUexico 

In Uunchu. 

«etU 

In the town 


irctB. 

8.t 11 




oentr 


l-dinlo 








4 at M 






■-l *"» 















UO immONAL FACTS. 

fanbr-There are brDuB|)it uintuDy to three traders !n this town, hj the feitMle* in 
■a^tbe H^nini; towns, fiftj tbouund pHlm leaf hats, which manufacture, like that of 
■■d tmttoni, baa iprunr up within about lix yearsi in which time it haa driTen the 
fivticle flom our market, and aupplied us with a aubatituie of greater beau^ and 
e iir kM than one-third of the price formerly paid. The hati are made in print* 
tea; the coarser kind by quite small children. It is impossible to estimate, with perfect 
Ota, the extent of this manufacture. There are probably made in this county about 
m^i4r*i< and fifty thousand, requiring about eighty-tive toni of the materi^ which !■ 
[tad hom Cuba, and pays a duty of nftecn per cirnt. The mumifacturGr) here fumiah, 
nr iMIara per doien, un article superior to the foreign one, wliich comnunded fifteen 
» per dtaea in 1826. The number of femalca employed in thii and the adjacent 
, ■mount to about two hundred. 



■nAvrroB, J^l 13, 1833. 



JOSEPH LVHAN. 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 

Doamwt 3.— No. 116.— wrLLIAMSBURGH.— AAcdiOe o/JI 



If 

II 


Mi 

ihti 


ma 

m 

lull 


i| 
H 

-A. 
II 


|1ifllli 






> > 




H 




-WooUcn manufac 


(12,000 


»8,000 


12,000 


50,000 lbs. of American 


ye 


lory, 


water pow'r 




doUur 


»oo1 •30,OOC 




laaacft Fred. Gere 








3,0(;ulbcoppci»« 7 


V( 


commenced Oct 








l.SiKJIbglue 3«3 
150 lb nails 11 


U) 


1831 


















6001b crude tarter 8 












.iOO lb blue vitriol 3u 












15 lb twine 8 












luO gsls. lamp oil 7j 












r.50;.do».(f 111. 












I.JOOdosoftsoap 13. 












15 reams wrapping 












pupcr 37 












■25'j,t:M tCB^lei 350 












■35 bhl,. flour 175 


s* 










tJ do porli ISO 












-20 do betf 300 












I'J bushels beans i: 












3<.tf cords of wood SOO 












1 ■ busheU Bait 9 












1,500 lb sugar 12u 


[XJ 










500 lb rice 35 


3. 






















750 lb butter 105 












I.OOUib cheese 70 




■Welb k Hodman's 


Water pow. 


2.00"} 


2,000 


9.000 Ih Am. wool 3,690 




Satinet factory, 


er 2,00e 






*,OOU lb cofn warp 1,560 












1,300 lb pot and pearl 




1S34 








a,shes GO 
rs Dbli. son soap 335 
IOj cords of wood 300 
Tape, thread, twine, 

nwls. &c. 60 
Stallone >y,brooini, &c. 15 
Iron, iteel, screwi, wire, 

kc. 300 
Obbls. flour Tm 
7 J. bushels rye 7; 
iO do com 15 
1,350 lb pork 81 
l.aOO lb beef 60 
lai-mhelsaalt la 
60 pounds rice 3 
1,..'00<Id butter 16S 
30O do cheese 31 
40 bushels potatOM 35 
18 gaJIs. UiDp <h1 18 


S. i 



[ Doc, No. 308. 3 305 

"td, Mmti/ariura, Markcit, ff'orkntai, fPaga. 




I Doc No. 308. ] 



DocDMnv S.^No. ' 





sill 


m 






1 


fpli 


it.. 
III 


lUHiJ 
llifti 1 


J. t J. Hayden, 


Wilier pow- 


83,000 


O.OOo'jS tons Araer. iron 81,M0 


Pen»rb 


manufautorv for 






iliO bushel* rye ISO 




door locks and 


$4,000 




12 tons l.Mgh cool 156 


do 


Cavtiiig- butions. 






40 barrels of flour 380 










25 bushels of corn 19 












1,000 pound* pork 60 
r.OOO do beef 3St 




1S2S 


















25 bushel, of salt 2i 












200 pounds rice II 


S. Carol 










3.00U do bolter 420 












100 do cheese 7 












3uu bushel* potaioe* 7i 












100 grallons Um]. ml loy 












l^Ocordaofwoo-l 210 




J. h. B. Hanuum, 


Water pow 


200 


100 




UaMMSlw 


maker* of card 












inR m«.hincs. 


80: 










com'din 1830 












Eira Thayer it Co 


6,000 


2,S0O 


5,000 


American materials, wood, 


UUI >tt 


Clock manufac. 








screws, and movemenU, 


nee6e, 


comm in IB31 








1S,000 




Joaiab Hunnuni, 


2X 


150 


200 


One half American 


Penn-N. 


uxe manu&c'r)' 








7,000 bushel* coal 230 


and Oil 










Iron &c. 1,000 




Stephen Hyde's 


Water po»- 


ISO 


- 


Iron American 300 


PchiisiIt 


■^uTuiture of 


cr 






Coal J5lj 




«n«i ISIO 












Levi Hitchcock, 


Water pow 


500 


400 


American material 


MaMirhi 


tAgt tool* «id 








wood and coal 301 




me., 1B39 


I,5(.' 










BodmanScHopkiDii' 

tannery; 1812 


S,t"j 


100 


3,300 


American hides I.OOL 


do 












Himn Cowls, 


Water po^ 


100 


100 


American maierial IOC 


do 


latberbol manu. 












turci ISSU 


l,S" 










Stephen Hopkins 






Capital 


Button moulds 


Mould* il 


and others, na 






SOO 


















twiit and casting 












buttons 












Jour shoemikers 






do 700 






U. Hill & Co. 


Water p'.> . 


- 


do 700 






broom handles k 






button nioulds 






____ 




^^ 



EXPLANATIONS, BEM. 

A great dumber of ficnudci arc employed in thi* torn coTcrin; btittoli moatd* wilb 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



ifl 



10 

m 






5 J " Jl 



-Vfl 



E - S 
f ..a S 






Locka til 
BanmiB IS.QOO 
n^ 3,6o0 



>oor locks sold in 
N. Vurk, tmltonsir 
Mass uid N. Vork, 
casting do 



3 at LOU 



3,000 
34,000 1 
Axes 5,000 
1,600 



■old in Hui. 

adjoining Stutt 
Clin., N. York, ami 



>t Elf. iraD, kc 

3,000 

dn»t^N.Sc'a 100 

apUes 3,500 



5 at 1.75 
S at 0.60 



LDmndNAi. FACTS. 

•fwht, fhrMj4it«h1iihTnfnt in But Haouton, aodiunedintlier«turnfininith>ttinni' 

JOSRPH LTMAN. 
ll,USf. 



SM [ DoA No. 308. 3 

Doemtwwi 3.— No. I ir.— NORTHAMPTON — Schtduk of J 



11 


2 u-a e"% 


^na 


= 2 


^■=■31 = 11 = 


11 


ifei 

lid 


Fill 
|llll 


n 

a 
■^■1 


s s- ° s s E.1 1 

|1iii|ii 


si 
hi 

si 

i1 


|ri 


III if 


III 


ISUiiil 


^i 












<" 


Hortbamptcm Wool-' Jia.OOO 


^30.000 


35.000 


Wool, 127,000 lbs. 


n the 1 


l«i uid Satinet 








i foreign, i pro- 
duced in the viei- 


with d 










ofSa.. 


corportted Feb. 








nlty J82,550 


e<l in 


1831. 








5000 lbs wood 400 
33O01bx^1ue 448 
1,000,000 IcaKlcs 

1000 
1 00 bbb soft soap 

300 bbls «e 450 
SOO c<ls n-ood lOSp 
340 bus lime 144 
Alum, vitriol, 
ooppcraa 300 
Tran5port»t'nl500 
Wrapping jiaper 
Upeslwine, sew- 
ing ulk.wickyarn, 
tallow, naih, to» 
clotli, Btotionery, 
broortiB,!cb rushes 
600 


lowby 
of the 

JOObbls 
cd In 

Suua 

10U hu 1 
300 bu. 
SObblsi 
SObbls 
JObub< 
9DbuBh 
1000 Ibi 
CaroUi 
9000 lb 
900UU. 
1000 bu 
potati 
60O0U» 




Re.1 c)iUte 






Iron, steel, screw j, 
wire, tacks, nails, 
lumber, casks, 
reeils, shuttles, 
leather, Sic. mate- 
riali used in re- 
pairs 900 
Leatlier 300 
1000 bu cWc'l 30 
37,560 yd- cotton 
warp 3065 
500 gls Ump oil, 
for mill 4S0 


£00 gai; 

MaM. 
400 cor 

forfe 


Woollen imd wtineli 


5.000 


5,000 


1,000 


32,500 lbs wool 


^n^he i 


J.S.Kin^eviia''>f 


srat. powct 






11,500 


ciniq- 1 


Shuttle »nd bobbin 


1,5011 


1,000 


150 


Wire, screws, &q. 


lu New 


nj^inutactoryi John 


WbU power 






50 




Budmant taSO 












Bobbin futoryi E. 


4O0 


100 




Wood 30 


Do 


Jcwettj 18J8 


wat power 










Paper mill, Dkniel 


6.l»0 




6^0 


Hagii, Ameiican^: 


"S' 


Morocco manufac'y^ 


1.000 


230 


2,500 


Skins, aunwc, and 


Do 


n.T.nookenlSSO 








bark 3,0OG 




Bo«k<bindt:n Bligl» 
TorWilftel' 


' 




600 


-_i',.. . 


M 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

lma^lk,MMtk*ttd, ManufarluTf,, ^farktil, f%'orkm. 



m. 






IW3 
3130 






i,SOO vdiofbi 
cloth )15,T, 
'.SeOnU satin 



111 sent )ot]icEIo>ton 
market; llie p 
pi.\ \>^rl of which it 
Hold there, witli (he 
flception of aboul 
(80UO sold at the 



1(^000 jrdioThro^- 
cloth 35,000 

BhnUlea Mid bob- 



5,000 

I,SO0 



ill t 



RlHI 



'6 in Boiton, 
Cnnn. knd 
11 in Muiachusetti 



l'2'l- 






lip 
El's 

al .36 61 



1.00 
( at l.oa 



910 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



II 

1 


1^1 ii 
lull 


iilll 


„ a 

11! 


m 


1] 
ll 


aiUer •poonsStipec- 




. 


Capital 






laclMi Powie (t 












Kirkland; ISjI 












Bat maniifaclor)-; 






napiw 






Dikcman k Shep 






H1,IW0 






herd; 1818 


















Capita 






Plumb,8mith&Co 






1,500 






IS31 












X.Inwedoilmilli Jo- 
siah While 
Tunneiyi Moodj k 


5,000 




1,000 




- 


3,000 


100 


s.ooo 


Two-tliirda Ameri- 


In the < 


Wrig-bt 






Capita] 


Englishlin, Raua 


Hampibi 
Halfofma 


ppci Gen. Pierce 
-fin and stove pipe 






slooo 


iron, Amer. Ie«l 


Americai 






50 


Du do do 


Do 


Gcorffe Bennett 












nsrdwaret Asher 


1,000 




Capital 


Swedes iron 






waL power 




1,000 










Capital 


One-clffhlh foreign 


InHavBcfa 


maker. E.B.neock 






1,500 






Saddle, hameM, and 






Capita 


l>a do do 


Do 


trunkmakeri J. G 






1,000 






Euatia 












Hameu and trunk 






Capita 


Do dq do 


Do 


makenS. I.. Payne 






700 






Carriage maker* 








One-liair American 


Do 


Dari., Parker & 






3,000 






Herrick 












Cabinet makers ( M 






CapilaJ 


Two-tlurds do 


Do 


T.M™iy;C™»elt 






2.0C. 






& Smith 












Fifteen shoemakera 


" 




Capita] 
1.50(J 


ccptEng. thread 


Do 



EXPLANATIONS. BI 

The Northanipton Cotton and Woollen Mumfkctunng Companr, iiicofptnrtad 
WM never oi-ganiMd Ue«n. Thpntaa, Jamett and Chwln Shej^vd, canied on 
ncM ai * corapanj at the time, and continued it during the war, at the cImc of * 
two year* after, aoU to Jamea Shepherd, who 6ttt cmnmenced the buBiMM in 18 
btiaineai cwitinued under bis direction aiaole owner partner until 1838. Until 181' 
^ed far exiatCDce- Fund that period to USt-i, while earrned on by Jan^ Shq 
Jamea H. Robbina, aa partner*, it wai a fair buraicas, and Induced them to etaplcr 

capital, aod extend their busine«( but from the laatdatc such ^reat 1 

to nok the whole capital employcjd, and compel a Miapennon or ita o] 

tfoMtmiMnow, ,^>ni 10, 1S3S. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



Sit 



ffl 

ill 
u 


SI 


-toil 


P 


ill 


111. 




haial»l value tSOOO 












AnnnalTsluc 13,000 


in New York 


9 at 1.00 


- 


3 M .S3 




jbimul value! 2,000 


- 


- 




I at .3.1 




2,OuO 


All in Ihe vicinity 


4 at I.OO 






UMfacfii 


8,000 


ih.^rejndiinN.Y. 


G :.t .75 








3,000 


A 1! in the vicinity 


2 at I 25 








400 












1,500 


All in Ihe vicinity 


J flt .80 








3,000 


All in Mutteh<i!>et» 


i M 1.00 








3,000 


One-third N. Orloan- 


■i at 1.00 








S.OOO 


In the vicinity 


;»i 1,00 






»^h^ 


11,500 


^ New Orle»n., resi. 

due in vicinity 


U at 
I12i 


Sappren 

ticc., .25 




rtrahrogn 


5.m 


Half South Cvolin^ 


13 at 1.0.' 


* U .40 






11,000 


In tlic vicinity 


iO at 1.00 







lUMTTOM&L PACTS. 

fikeA «•• owned >t that time by ■ joint itock conpuij, and incorponled m the 
tol Woolbn liuiubetarjr. Thii company aacriflced their entire itock, uul ao'd mt 
ifMMit owDcn, who comaenced buunen in Uie iprin^ of 1B3I m the Northunpfayi 
mMmtAttaaiag Cwnpm'^ and hare done a fair buaneu; but, takii^ the concern 
bfewdMiaa, ia 1009, to t&u period, the buunea might be conudcred calunitoui, but 
I Ml» € J «f people to whom ft ha* given employment and livelihood. 
i|taiAiH|rtan LeatherManu&ctaringCDnipanj, incorporated in 1809, cloaedbuiinMa 
1^ Md hH never bc«n reanaed. The Northampton llanufictuhn|; Campaay, colt«^ 
t£ wvol, Intw porated FebniHy, iat3, wm never organized or put in operation. 



C Doc. No, 308. 3 

DocuMW 3.— No. 118.— MIDDLEFIELD, kc.— &*e*l*f ftT * 



It 



81 » 



nip 



■OSIRIS 



Wto'feiinuimfa'; 
Duvid Marks, 
proprietor 



S.WUIutoii, butUm 
innnufBctory, 



t.uUKt CUpp, 
button buaineM 
South »x»TOB- 



Wmt HmrroK, 



;o.oooib9.\K>i)ii3,oo(( 



cap'i r.two 

Notli'ing' 



^OOliilfslauR'r 15,0110 
«10 ahcep «kms ■ — 
100 conU bark : 
100 gallons uil 
30 bualicU lime 



u tan'ry, wbicb u 

1,000 Amer. hides 400 
500 c'Hs bark ; 
100 biiaUets limo 33 

^mcrlcsn hides l.^M 

60 conis bwk 

33 biiilii-lB lime 

ithiaplace. Th 



lUbb. 

uidv 
30,000 
!00 a 

do. 



EXPLANATIONS, B 

impuiy incotpontcd Hud 

EaM Stmpton. — li>iiu(iu:ture of lAstuis' uid tilk twiit buttoni ia entirel^ci 
prirmtehminei by femUei, who are paid by tbe grace. Msteriala are fiuniAa 
trtctt nude with aome hundred* of femalca reaidinp in several BdjainiactDWiM, 
WKt, wbo, in tbe above itatement, ha* beeo conndcrcd the cafutailiat, Tbejr eat 



It dmetf irtwn tbepjiare 



3i4 C I^oc. No. 30d. ] 

DoccTMiiT 3.— No. 119.— CHABLESTOWN,— &ittfa<! o/ M 



|i 


m 

Urn 


ma 
Hill 

nil 

■sal's 1 


Ill 
111 


III 




lit 


liiii 


rill 


mmi 




Bo»p & candJea 


«33,000 


«3,500 


12,500 


i30,000 111*. luUow *4a,400 
300 Io[ii> Barilla 10,000 
1,500 barrels roan 3,750 
1,600 casks lime 3,000 
1,300 lbs. wiikiiig 3i4 
200,000 ftel boards fof 
boics 3,40C 


U 

Bn 

a 

H. 

Pi 
H 


Cabinet work - 


10,000 


2.500 
eho»c!SOO 




250,000 fo<^t hjmbcr 4,500 
Hair [toll! 3,000 
Ciirl'd huir 1,000 
Sundrj* urtic'es 2.000 




Tin-ware 


J, 000 


800 




300 lbs. shccf iron 34 
GUss 50 


D 


Blackimi thing 


5,000 


3.000 


4,000 


10,000 lb. iron 550 
2S cbHlilrons coal 300 
Bomi SO 


P 
V 
M 


Pump nnd block 


3,000 


300 


1,001 


1.200 fL-ct limber 24( 


U 


makiiig- 








iOO fctt plank IS 
iron sheaves and coes 200 


B 


Saa making - 


2,000 


130 


2,000 


J.UOO iron IhlmblM 200 
3 tons bolt ropu 960 


8 
R 


ConU^ 


6,000 


3,000 
IhorsesSOO 


i.ooo 


3S0 barrels tar 400 
1,500 lbs. buap 100 
Stonsbcmp 1.000 


N 
C 
V 


















IhorMTO 




Chy 430 
Salt 18 


N 










Sundry artlclo 130 


11 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

LMrtrfrfr ■— '. Mmufiuiura, Ua^uU, Workmm, Waga. 



n 
1 


1 = 5 


iiiii. 


III! 
m 

pit 


iiil 

Mi 
III! 






Hi 


Hiitl 


fill 


1 Ki-"? 


HbriOi <5,000 


1.000,000 lbs. Boap 


One-fifth In Haas 


35 at#l 




tat 50c. 


ll»piln> 


»7U,000 


i-eudue in Sou. 








*^ 70O 


198,000 Iba. cu.. 
die. ai.TBC 


Sta. t W. Ind 
0.>e-*iith in l.laa 
residue in Sou. 
Sta. & W. Ind. 








LMhoe^OOO 
Ptb 1,500 
n 1,000 


Cab. furniture 30,000 


Mais, principally 


16nt )1 


23 at 75c. 


6 at 33c, 












■nklca I.OOO 












GlpUte^lOO 
m.<Ar 125 


Tin and sheet-iron 


Uaisachiiiett* 


8attl 






ware 10,000 




2Sct». 






Klbl.iron49u 












pewUr 50 
m.kaa 2,0U0 


Common gmth work 


Uannchusccts 


JO lit II 


I5at50e. 




bM»00>l 600 


15.000 




•li cts. 






«.*)d 166 












^Mrite 130 


SO pumps 800 
Bfcck. 600 


Mawachuaett* 


Sat*1.25 






r:^ 












oth, wo, for res. 250 










■ifeek 6,400 


Sail) 9,000 




4atai.i0 






Miiahenp 


lOOloraconL 37,500 


Boston princ. 


IS at tl 


G at 33c! 




16,8rs 






17 cts. 








Stoneware 3,700 


Mass. princ. 


5 at 11.35 







WILLIAM WINN. 



316 



[ Doc. No. MS. ] 

3.— No. laO — CHARLESTOWN.- 



If 
9. 




mi 


1 5 

1 


pill 










> 


;- 




CwrUgc & liar. 


$24, -ZM »5,C;M 


51..!, f*. 


L..:i»tnT feS,3 JOjMa 


nem TJianufHc 








il-.rJcHh, l.OOOyda i.'KK)! 


tory 








l'kud',vare 6,C'l;0 
[.iLmber 1,500 
L.nct 1,500 

Curled hair 1.000 
Iron, lOtoru 1,000 
Piunt* and oil 9iXI , 


M..-r.:.:'^!> Icnihcc 


13,000 


1,000 


2O,0C0 


«ll toio lummch 1,6»0I(. 
'^(Ocaskiof lime l^j M& 

Uye stutTs 500 Mi 
I'K) cords wood 550 H* 








.?ObOTElaof vinepu- 80 M< 










[,000 Ills ao:ip iW 










1U,QU0 <hccp 9kiit( 2,000 Ito 


Brick tiBkins: 


400 


500 




l.S'.O conLi wood G,30li lb 


TKnning 


3,000 


l.OOO 


140,000:2,50(1 conjs bark 1S,000[M« 






SIlOTMS 




370 Guks liDM S70 




hone 


600 




15,000 nwhidoi 75,00(1 Hi 


Urush tOUciae 


a, 500 


2,500 


11,000 


3,500 lb> bristles 1,575 Ob 










Lum.lt bnub woodii 1,000 Up 










Leather 73 U* 










Other article. Ti 


Ship building 


20,000 


800 


35,000 


1,000 toDitmiber 13,000 
120,000 feet boud> Efe 

.md pUnk 4.000 
14,00.: lbs copper 3.5001b 
35,000 Ibi iron 3.100 Ifa 
Punts uid oU l.OUO Bd 


BooUuid dkoei 


1,0«0 


500 


3,000 


l.eMhi;r 4.000 Hi 


CoOpCtB 


is.eoo 


ISO 


300 


40,000 staves 800 lb 

l::,000 hoop poles 360 lb 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 317 

atrf, jViinti/(ir.''in'.'. Miiftttii, tVorkmtn, IVagci.' 









All 
liliii 


s-5-il 


iy Pi 

!lli ill 
1 Hms 


J 




?il 




if 


till 


Um 


»:.Kio 


25 cliaiK t Iiir- 


Prill. iliMui. 


6S :.t Jl 


1^ it 50c 




apttiii; 


500 


neu 8=8,000 


do 








«ru^ 


^000 4 coaches & h»rn. 3,000 


do 








Mud id 


300,12 STiffniis 1.08U 
2S ilei^ 875 
l5c«i«lM 12,6(.0 
loihcr H-urk 10.000 


do 
<lo 

do 

•io 

do 








teMD*C 


a.803 


HaTw:colc.itli<:r 50,000 


in M»H., res. 


40 nt 150 


10 at 50 


10 « 37 


Mttlb 


500 




n N. E. States 








W|Miki.io.o«i 
















45,000 Mbrieltiaa,500 


HHo. in Miss. 


»Oiit 1 






)lUl.Hlt 


630 


34,000 aidfs aolc 


n BtMton prill 


21 It 1 


3ati0 




MiliT hide 


1eatli>:r IJb,000 










wG.in.er 


9,000 












i>tnll« 


8.DO0 


Brashes 20,(iIjC 


J ir> Bmton. re- 
sidue Cluu-li'n 
0. C, & K.O 


20 at Ii3 




lOat JO 


mw-iiDfi 


3,900 


1,200 Ions Ja\y>. 60,000 
Rcp»iriiip Mother 
«ort 30,000 


Boaton 


100>tl5 






■ AotiBB 


U 


40,000 D*.iboo 24,000 
l,K!m do boot! 8,000 


Chwleston 


Wall 


3 at 50 


40 at 35 


»d 


60U 


principally 


Jit a 


J 




Kb 


l.OOO 












■ ifonhoopi 30 


GOO hoMheub 1,9S0 




10 at 125| 









J,OMb*lrel. 3,100 


do 


1 





aiS I Doc. No. 308. ] 

UacuMirr 3.— No. ISl.— CHAKLESTOWN.— &A«du& of 



°ii 


ill! 


m 


1 \ 






u 


-■111? 




Ml 






III 


m 


lilflll 




UiitUleiT of spirit* 


(36,000 


S2.000 
4 honei, 
400 


40,090 
dolls 


aOOcord-wood, »3,600 


Mi 


Brenrery - 


10,000 


2,000 


9.000 


9.000 bush, barley, 6,7i0 
Hop*, I,00>. 


■At 

M 










5.0W)bbla.tmpen- 


Vn 


1=17 








1,000 bbli. tar, l,7iu 




Milk How bleach- 


13,000 






13 casks potash, 500 


M« 


ery, 1830 


steam pow'r 






SO " ILme, 63 
Paper, 130 
18,000 lbs. starch. 1,360 
300 ton. coal. 2,100 


M 
M 

PI 


3 «iw milU, saw 


10,000 










2,000 ft. mahos- 
























3KriBtmi!Lsgrind 












SJObu^.pr.day 












1,500 










50 bush, per day , 













UocrMiBT 3.— No. 139.— CAHBRIDGE.— &ibdufc of i 



CirrUgt! «nd h>i- 


93,000. 


#500 


HOOO 


Lerther, »3,00ollb 


^^TSIkinf 








«00yd■.btd.c]aa^ 600 
FUted ware, 1,300 
Lumber, l.OM 
Lm(^ 300 
Carpeting, 100 
Curled hair, 150 
4 tons LroT), 400 
Painti and oil, 4« 


Boot and thoein*- 


2,000 


100 


400 


Leather, 1,20C Hu 
50 chal. coal, 600 Vi^ 


BbXimthin; - 


1,200 


1.000 


1,200 












C^iMtniduiig - 


1.300 


100 


SOO 


6,000 feet lumber, 13C Ifai 
Sundry articlei, ISO lb 



t Doc. No. 308. ] 

*»*, aw* vt^ Upm/acturu, MarkiU, Workmen, Wagtu. 



1 


iiii 


Fill 
IPl 

11 


111 

i 

liil 


III 

m 

ifti 

ItK 


Ik 
if; 


*•*—. 


7,000 tkhJs. N. rum. 


i in Mwa., re- 


32lt«150 






mux 


(2(>J,0i>r 












1.500 blufgbefr, 9,001, 


Doston, princi- 


; at 1 Si 








l,500do.l.bledo. !,OUt 


pally 










20,.*) gall., .pu. lur- 


; in Mm,., re- 


3 at 1S( 








pcntinc, 6,601' 


■iduc to India 










3,00U do. da. tar, JUo 


Mass., princi- 
pally 
( in Mass., re- 










3,000 bbls. rosin. 3,73u 












sidue toSwitli 




















U"^ 


Bl«>ehing Amer. ma- 
nu&cturcj, 20,00u 




ZO at 1 31 


3at«c. 


6«37c. 



6 100 

\ 800 

foil, 133 



WILLUH WINN. 
Jtamifaclum, Markeli, Werkittai, Wage*. 



65 chaise* and harneaaci, I 
•13,000 T 
8 orrioles 3,000 

30 ikiB*!!, 



SET" 



3,000 Carriage and common 
300 nuthvork, 9,000 

600 CablDetfiimiture, 1,S0U 



ManachuKtti S at pi 
16 at |1 



WllXIAM WINN. 



390 [ Doc. No. 30?. 3 

Tioe-mtsT S.-Ho. 123.— CAMBRIDGE PORT,— Atiatfe o/ 3& 



li 


iiiii 

Ipll 


ma 


If: 


pa 




Hill 


mh 


ai 




jii 


■ss-i'i 


sH^i 


°1^ 


si-is's'" 




m 


'Hi'- 


llill 


111 


iiiiiiii 




Sosp & candle] 


(1«,000 


$3,000 


12,000 


ie.iyiO bus. WDod ashes 4,3a: 
3 tDim potash 3tJ 
IS/.-JOO lbs. grease 13,10* 
1,040 casks lime 1,340 
7-2S barrels rosin 1.45t 
360 cords wood 1,*50 
Tallow 901 
PiirfumcB 100 


Ms 
Vei 
Ha 
Ma 
Ml 
Ml 
Hi 
Ph 


CuTbRe & hai- 


1,000 


3,300 


2,000 


U-a-.her 2.600 


Ma 


new iraniifac'y 








3110 vanis broadcloth 1,200 
Lumber 500 
Paiiilsandoii 200 
Suiidr>- arucles 100 
2 lon> iron 320 




Blackstnithing- 


1,800 


40O 


700 


Ph 










SQ chslHrons coal 520 


Vii 










Sundfy articles 51- 


Hi 


Boots and ^ocs 


2,J00 


200 


1,000 


Leallier 3,000 
Cotton plodi 25 


Hi 


T^ininfT 


3,000 


200 
2 lioncsSOO 


15,000 


2?5conUbark 1,575 
40 casks lime 40 
Raw hides ll.OOO 


Ml 


Cordage 


6,000 


2,000 


5,000 


20U barrels far 40O 


fJ. 




wat. & lior- 


2h(irws2U0 




Mtonsjicmp 2,80( 
500 lbs. soap .0 


C« 


GtiUding 


600 


100 

1 


100 


Gold leaf |5.> 

Lumber 1 ii 


Ml 



^hlhth ff^ M Ut r i ak tutd, Mttnujatluref, itrktlt, Wcrlonat, Wage*. 



1 


m 


kfil 

|iOJ1 


fill 


iUi 

1!!} 

|nl 


ill 
III} 


A $«i^ 


}8S,OOOIbs.»up5g,29U 


Mjs.. princi 


30at»I 








10,000 lbs. catidlts 

1.00b 


pdly "^ 








MiMgdi soo 


IS chaiscB&hu'. 5.000 


Miis^. 


16Rt«l 


4>tS0et 




t « 


lOcuiole* 2.7iU 


do 








M 1,300 


2 coachM 1,100 


do 








rid 50 


3 BU^es BOU 
I3w»g«r. 1,300 
Other work S.OOO 


do 

do 
do 








K ' 1,500 


Cotnmon smith work 


Mmm. 


12 »t «1 






Head 96 


7,000 










rt^ 30 












div « 


SiOpursboou 3,4'JO 


Hui 


20 .t 81 




B.tsr 


fflr-'S! 


B,0O0p»ir«»hocsa,W. 


do 






ccnta; 


1. Am. 2.000 


I.e>ithei- 19,001' 


Mau. 


6at)t 






m 11,500 


100 toTu cordage 50,000 


Botlonprinc. 


30 M 11 


8*t33ct 


le >t 50 


13,000 






ircts. 




eenU. 


1,500 












tsrz 


1,000 1(K.king.Elw«;. 

2,000 


Mam, 


3«t#l 


utaoct. 





WtLLUH WINN. 



[ Doc. No. BUS. 3 

DocuxUTT 3.— No. 134.— EAST CAHbRlpOE,— AftM 



It 

i 

111 


mi 

Ills J- 


lllll 
lllil 


li 

m 
III 


WW 

rifWiii 

p s-iii 5 .5 ? e a 




Boot and afioc 


#3,000 


MOO 


81,000 


Leather fS.OOO 


Ml 










Sundry articles SS 




Blackanuihing - 


3,000 


400 


300 


8,000 lb. iron SM 
16 chal. conl 1S3 
30U lb. irtecl Sr 


H 

v: 


Bricbnakinj; - 


150 


60O 


- 


1.700 cords wood 6,8QC 


M 


Corda^ 


1,400 


3S0 


1,000 


100 barrels tar 160 
3 tons flu 730 
3U0 lb. soap IB 


Ni 




3,000 


800 


3,00. 


3 torn lead 3« 


N 


manufectorv. 








Lumber 150 
Leather 60 


M 
M 


Cambridge port. 












Tobacco and anuff 
























Brush manufac- 


3,000 


500 


5,200 


1,500 lb. horae hair 231 


N. 


tory. 








4,000 lb. bristlea 1,800 
Brush woodi 2,000 


a! 
M 










Sundry articles 5,000 


U 



[ Doo. No. 302. ] QStB 



II 

ft 

III 


Ji! 

m 


it A 

llllii 


Hi! 


§1|- 

Hit 

m 
fill 


i 

fill 


^ri>etd<V 


13,000 pr. shoes 810,800 


Ma^achuselU 


20 at $1 00 


Sat 50c.J8al 3/o. 


■utiluiid |SOD 


S00pairhoot9 I.GOO 


Dn. 




! 


odb 400 


Camnfrc and roratnon 


Do. 


11 W 1 35 




H lb. ODD 270 


sniilh wort 7,000 








d SO 














4,000 m. Iiritts 20,000 


Boston prin. 


10 at 1 00 






Mhcnp 5,400 


CordAgE 6,300 


3 at 1 3S 


Sat 33 


Sat so 


15 


Twine ntid linei 3,500 


Do. 








-kfii 300 












m 900 


Orpin* *,000 


Hau. princU 


S at 1 5V 






^Htick. 100 










)«lIb.W«ceo 


1.200 lb. chewing to- 


Do. 


2 at 1 SO 


lat SO 


tSal43 


*W,l*fiet 700 


bacfo 300 
7,000 lb. tmokingdo. 560 


Do. 








Aw 100 


720,000 Am.cipiw 1,360 
100,OOOSpi,n,ac.. 1,300 
200,000 l«lfdo.dal,t)00 
6,000 lb. unitir 1,200 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 








)Ib. Biuu 


VarioMB kind* of 


rwo-Uiirda in 


13 at 1 00 


Sat 50 


9 at 30 


lie* 6,000 


bniahes 17.000 


Mass. 








.-•iro 300 




Residue in 

Soiithem und 
Wesfn atatc 
principally. 









at* 



t Doc. No. 308. ] 





it . 


i 


m\ 


ill 


Plll^l 


li 




liltlil 

illfiit! 
iiiiiiii 




HewBni^kndGIa* 


#25,000 


S6,i00 


S2(K)0U 


l,200cliJ. coal »12,0W 


Vii 


Bottle Coin pan V 




3 horses 




20,- 0(1 biidteta wood 


U< 


Juouiry, 1837 ' 




250 




ulii-9 3,00 
150 t.,na cbj- 30l 

75 do fire atone 55 
500 casks lime 60C 

eutonahaySmmw A.2L 
*,000 crate* 1,401 


N< 
Ml 
Ui 
Ml 

Ph 


FUnl EbM making 


56,000 


21.000 


115000 


I6h, 000 lbs. redlead 37,44^ 


Mi 


h cutting', 1817 


Slemn pow- 


3hor«» 




^&i.000 " p'lMhes 18,410 


Hi 


corporation tit]e 
N. Engluid Gtui 




300 




340 tons sand ],3&J 




ihop 






3,200 cords wood l&flIK 


Hj 


Compwtf 








1,050 tons coal 8.40C 
Sundrj- articles U,250 


Pe 
Ha 


erown cbB, 1825, 


30,000 


S,000 


75,000 


200,000lbs.p'la»hc. 12.000 


M. 


eorpontion title 




2 liot^es 






& 


New E-iBland 




300 




2.50 tons sand l,2i(» 


Ne 


Crown GUmi 








200 casks lime 321 


Ux 


Company 








900 cords wood " 4^950 
2,600 Ions coal 10,800 


Ya 


B. A. k W- Win- 


ss,ooe 


5,000 


20,000 


,OyO,0(J01bs. rou^ 


Ha 


cheater's soap and 








tallow 65,000 


1" 


candle mnnufac- 








,OiXI bhls, rosir 3,300 




toiy and cooper- 








,500 - asks lime 1,500 


Hai 


a^t-. 1818 








Soap & candle boxes S.OUO 
0,000 bushels wood 
ashes 1,000 
,000 lbs. wicking 1,830 


Ha, 

IUh 


Cooperage 


1,000 100 


1,000 


IIO.OOO Btaves and 
headintr I.ISOO 


Mai 




1 1^0.000 hoop poles I.O'IO 


M« 



EXPLAHATIONI. Bl 

Ineweof iirtermptionof comineTce, the NewEnglai^ Glaas Bottle Factory «m 
Independent of fbreign articles. Clay and sah they now find more conreiuent b 

11. Coat in tiie Unsted State* <ff ^^liah boulea, the lame. Dutch lell lower, fa 
rier. Our* are considered equal or supetio'' in quality to English. 

13. From eight to tvelre paan the whole year. 



[ Boc. No. 308. ] 



i 


III 






% 


Pl 


1 

1^ 


III. 

111! 


rilli 
'111 
llilli 


m 

flii 






wmmit MOD 


Botdra, carboys, .nd 


1 m Masw'tta, 


40 |L 30 


13 at 50c 


llatSOe 


u»s»c>>7Mn 


demuohiu SS5,00'^ 


reiidue in 
SUine, R. 1 . 
N.Y-. Mir-d. 
Virp., Ohio, 
Ken'j-.Lou'», 
and a few m 
the W. Iiid's 








NkMllpB. 


Plain Uid cut glad 


} in Maaw'Itx 


IJO 1 33 


30 at 50 




M84 


300,000 


1 inConn., N, 








7»i 




v.. Pcnn., & 








1^ 




H>r)'Und 








*v>iiyiii.oiw 




MOth in Eu- 
rope and W. 
Indies; re^- 
due sold to 
merchants in 
the U. States 
south of M*d 








r 3760 

h a,5iw 


Crtnm gluM 95,00O 


i in N Eng-d 


5J 1 33 


10 at 50 






States; rcsi- 








■kbm 300 




other V. S. 








tahvilk V« 


1,500,000 Iba. wap 


1 in Ma». 1 in 


40 I 00 






■LpdmoU 


90,000 


other SUtca, 








3,3i0 


«W,000do. ouidlo 


i exported to 








Ipkoiin.^ 


40,000 


v.. & W. Ind. 








4.250 




& 9. Amer'a 








.^ ■ ' 


9,000 beef bbU. 7.650 


Foreign conn- 


V^ I 00 







ADIMTTONU. FACT9. 

■■bt at llie bcton- at pMaei^ GenenUy two-thirds of manuftctures are aent m 

bat » rtaAj aale ii found 

nlicle of atarcb ha* latel; been maniifnctured to a Utbc unount in this vilI»eFe, but 

liM 1 hai lately beta comuined by Gn. 

WM. WINN. 



3M C Doc.No. 30S. ] 

DocuHiiT 3 — No. 126— WEST CAHBItlDGE. 



111! 
iHli 



s - s.i J 



f I Is l-s 



■Jim 5 



Card iTiftnu^tnry, 

1821; 

"Wm, Whitlcmore 



Cirii iniitnif»ctor)r, 

A. WhiiiemorOjjr. 

kCo. 



Boots uid shoes 



III ;-|^ I 

£ 0-JJ a.S S^e E 



I0| Leather 
laTti boards 



Cant liouiLi 
Sundrj articles 



OFurs 
Copperas 
Alcohol 

il and coal 
Sundpj articles 

1.000 lbs. leather 
Plated ware 
Sundry articles 



1,000 Iniih. charcoalias 
20 chaldrons c " 
Other aiticld 



JtUugblei 
) calfakii 



itrludES 1,000 

100 cairakina 

30 cords bark 

4 casts lime 

Neat's foot oil 



Rocky 
No«y 



N. Vot 
'irgin 



[ Doc. 



No. 308. ] 



337 



i 
& 
Ill 



ii?i 









5 B-Sll 






.3 at tl.O 



JFwA31i 



Alliciu rcald. in 
miildle, soulli'n, 
kiid wcsl'n Sta's 



Southern & west- 



Miiiawsbusctta 

in KhofUi Island 
and New York 

) ill H^3.. re> 

duo' ill Mnine^ 
ti. Hampshi 



C«ni»p' »nd wagun 



W-Mbog'rMO 



llu!iton> prlncip 
Hasgacliusetti 



2 at 1.50 
10 at 1.00 



M from 500 sides date uid 
I 170 (hoe li-alhw 2,uiJCl 
iBighb Sliaving* and rauiiil- 



Muaiacbusctls 



■WILLIAM WDTN. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 





BocDXBn 3— No. 


12r.-CONCORD.-**«toi. tf 


Mhh 


i 


ill! 
fill 

m 
iiiii 


iHII 
IliU 

Ml 


:1 

til 

III 


llltlli 

lllli-.8S. 

^11 y 111 


if 




910,000 


85,000 


»3,000 


S2,(J0U lb*, cotton. »5.900| 


Geo 


factory 












Lead pipe and 


2,000 


3,800 


1,000 


180,000 lbs. made into 


1C« 






















J0,000 11)9. made into 




ed by Daiid 








sheet, con 3,301 












Wood, 30( 




commenced u- 












1819: Sheet iu 












1831. 












Le«l penciU - 


800 


IJO 


Si( 


17S0 tbd. lead. 1,50o}mmi 



BXPLANATIUN8, BE 

There ue munifactured, bendes the above, in Concord, about 33 rhaiw ■. ud 

ratued at 18,130: 2fi hatiies*, #7881 3 itagi: hamen, |lS6i 13 wiinm tnnMM 

Hagetk 1300; 13 tleig^ »360i lOwa^oni, «490; 3 caniotes t400{ A) tninki^^ 

nocoHT 3.— No. 138.— FARinNGHAH-&M(ii^^iiBI 



Woollen ftctory 
J<»nt Block Co'y 
3 milb.— Oard- 
ner. Head fc Co. 



1,146 Ibi. cotton, |346 

.2 bbb. flour, 54 

900 Ibi. itaTch, 58 50 

~- :oTd*vood, 300 00 

baaketa coal, 3l 

ISSKaUonioU, 14; 
. leather, pickers, 

., 115 00 

35,0UO Iba, irool, 7,350 
Wjwd, 



50 Lea-ofdiflerentkindi, HS 
Paateboard, 
Gold leaf, 
'5,000 Ibi. wool, 30,000 



EXPLANATIONB, KB 
There are manufactured by different neraoni in ttua place, about tUflOO wofd 
_■_ _. ..... ... p^j^ipt,^^ and aome in Soiitfa J 

of the vooUen factorie* ^o*e n 



__ . _, jt perwNti 

bonneta, vluch are sold in New York, PUladelphi 
About a year and a half rince, ' '*^ 



[ Doc. No. S08. ] 

I^^JUSMb tmi, Mmiifactuni, Mrktlt. Workmm, Waga. 



s 



in 



ill! 






Slit 

fits" 5 



flf ili 
'III ■J ||- 






It 9>i cu. 



j bay>, U .10 fea*- 



4.040 



B unnwu. FACTS. 



^ltt,M^truiit<ittd, Mojiufidurei., HorkttK. if'orhnit 



Ootton cloth, 156,00 
ydi. RTengiiiK 8 cu. 
perjd., %\%,*Vi 



■K »60u 

ItMNewCwUe 



ll.SOO jdi. nrpeting, 



|10,6:o j in Phila. 



Bookbinding, 91,301. 



Huaachiuctts 



5 >t 

6 at 7i 



UIDITIONAL FACTS. 

ifiiHwiirwii T ilili tn ntr vhat anxniiit of goodi tbej ihall be ftble to nuw- 

iftu ihij iWI t^aHi which they Are nam doing. 



aafr' [ Doc. No. B08J 3 



i 


illl 

m 


mi 

i iJ^ 
liill 


§■5 

lit 


liiti 




Paner miUj A. 
S&pard, Jr. 


»12,000 


$1,300 


>80U 


15 tons rap f 1.801 


III 


Water 








p: 










Wood ISU 


Hi 










Vitriol 45 












Bli^achin? xdbi 450 


N. 










Alum 40 


Ui 


One mill; D. Oigr- 


8,000 


700 


l.iOO 


I5toi»r3|^ 1,350 




low, k. Co., 1818 


Water 






Wood 75 
Vitriol 13 
Blenching salts 80 
Alum 13 


M^ 

2 


Hat fcctory 


350 


400 


400 


Furs of different kincis 

1,^00 
Alcoliol 116 
3.000 hal bodies «W 


Re 
& 
Ui 
Rl 
V( 
Ml 


Chaise and hamesH 


1,500 


300 


1,500 


Leather 500 
Cloth 100 
PUled wire m 
I,aeef( other trimminra 50 
Oil 3f, 
Spirits 45 






















[jod and other painlj 7; 




Boots and sboes - 


1.500 


500 


1,000 


Leather ol different 
tind^ SOO 




Tannery 


2.200 


175 


2,500 


Bark SSfl 


a 










OUatidtallow ISO 




grin-Bbari 






Bides 1,800 
MO calfskins I.ISJ 





[ DocKo. 30& ] 



% 



ts'l 



pill 



illlli 



1 0''° — 

lilt 



PI 






f7,2aQ Piijitin^ piper |I4,<JUU 



Muiuliuietu 6at|1003M50 



1,400 Printing paper 10,200 



\,%m huts 5,400 



Muuchusctts 



150 Boots uul «hoc« lO.Doo 

Belt & chkUe Irsther JUO I 
Calf lenlher 2,5WJ 

Hide leatlicr 



Mug:icliuietb| 



«htMetta2 at LOO lit. 



&«t75 



gH £ Doe. 

Osc. 3.— N» 130.— HOLLiaTON 



No. 308. ] 

AND BRIGHTON.— aUyb^ J 



fl 

it 
St 

¥ 

■SI . 

Ill 


ill', mil 

irili'rill 


1 

Ill 
Hi 


ill lull 


i1 

1 

II 


Woollen manufac 


ISO 000 


(6,000 


10,00; 


K),UOu lbs. Amer. 


N. E. f 


torv, 1814. Dm. 


Wa. power 






fleece wuol (16,00o 


York! 


ly FWbnnks, 












Cotton thread, A. 


2,000 


2,000 


1.000 


i,000 Ibi. Sea Is- 




Cutter, jr. 18'J6. 








land cotton tt 

JJ CIS. der lb. 1,359 
Wood 30 
Oil 30 


MUMd 


Shoes 


: 


- 


13,000 


Leaiher 99,000 


»HaN, 

udn 


CurU^iDMiubc 
turer 


1,060 


iOO 


I. SO': 


Timber of differ- 
ent kinds 1,300 
Coal 100 


Ibiach 


Tannery 


1, 500 


400 


3.20U 


Hides 3,000 


do 




wal. power. 






Bark. 60 cards 48b 


|M>i« 




for itnnding 






til, sperm 220 






bark 






lallow andneit'i 
toot oil 43 
Lime 50 


Hawad 
Maine 


Baiaarov. 












TKinory 


S.500 


363 


8,000 


Hides r,600 


Massach 




bonw pow. 






Bark 600 


Maine 




'zr^ 






Oil lOU 

.ime 15 


Ma»>cl 
Hune 


GhaiBc and harness 


soo 


3i 


30u 


Leather 36:- 
Siddlcry ware 35 
CloOi 30 


do 
da 


BUcksmithi 


600 


400 


301- 


6 chaidrona coal &4 
, toil iron 60 


VlrtniiB 
NewYt 



EXPLANATIONS, RE 

In the town of Relliston there ire manufactured 30,000 straw bonnet^ v4uch k 
paQy sold in New York and Philadelphia. 

As !bc duliei now ;ire, the mannbcturers of \n>ol1en consider their biuineM " 
if the duties (botild be reduced I'H per cent., they think thef should Hop Aeir 



I Doc. No. MS. 1 

MHH. W i n * lilt l fa ii »n iii«, Jtti«t HWtax, Ifqn. 



1! 


^=3 




4I| 




ill 


i 


■ •si 


III 

fill 


>4 

fill 


m 

m 


m im 


16.000 rd5 mUed 


PrincipaUy M«., 


2Qat 75 


3 at 40 


3>t35 


un 


B. cloth, »ve«p; 


.omc New York 








d 600 


|3 per yud f32,U0U 


h PhUadetptu. 








!,(;(» IbB. cotton 


i Uan^ I N. Y. 


SaCl 


. 


5 at 33 




dlR>d, M 80 c. +,009 










1 m 


UWM, 130,000 
pun 153,000 


9. S. W. Stales. 


120 at tl 


35 at 50 


50 at 45 


ttlnla 


f M.-., i Uain< 


Sat B3 






•oa 


ibrre do 200 










■•••d « 


Icrt. ISO 
Jther work 700 










B « 


)ole leather 3,U0U 
>iimed leather 500 




3 at 90 


lat30 




- - 


LMlher .16,000 


do 


Call 






*—■ ss 


BuMMfc chaise 
«rork 1,600 


do 


2 at 87 






1 












«■ '500 


mmtiJtt kindj of 


da 


4 at 75 






40 


work 3,80( 











DOmONAL FACTS. 

f, MinwiMKe, about lt«>Sp«T cent, onthepropertjrat liaki coomiiMiao forMle* 
to4Berccni- 

WM. WatlT. 



[ Doo. No. MS. ] 

VpevMtm &— No. 131. 







llflJ 
liiil 


Hi 

m 




i 

i 

1 
1 


CWton mill, Wm. 


jtQ.OOO 


<S,000 


83,500 


i3,000lbtcottoD, BJ,4« 


JO« 


B. & A. Woodsi 












1813. 








Starch, 140 
Wood, 137 


Ph 

Ms 


Cotton null, Bld- 


30.000 


30,000 


3,00( 


53 torn cotton, U,4ii 


1^ 


ridp,fcathni. 


wKer 






34 bbls. .tarch, 313 
Wood, ISO 
Oil, 240 

ShcttleskpickeB, ISO 


Ph 
Ml 


Hoots Mid ihoea 


3,*W 




15,000 


Leather, 40,000 


*M> 


fimicry 


l.OOO 


301) 


1,000 


Hides, IfiOO 
Bark, 2B0 
Oil. 30 
Ume. 1( 


MM 
Ml 




150 


lOO 


IOC 


.^Ihcr, 4DC 




lory 








Plated ware, 5t 
Cloth and Ucc, IK 




Stu;bjimith« 


800 




JOO 


ChaKoaJ, 400 


Haa 



The operative* labor about ten hours each iay, tDd there b conddttri>k con 
.^^ittifral produce by the laborers. Thp iiMivnce U about 3i.|^««nt 1 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 335 

i|UiMtJri%«lft. JWwUhm^ ibm,fa^«^ tbrkOi, Wirkmm, Wagtt. 






111 

mi 
fill 



ill III Wi 
'lilt |i|i 









111} 



■■dnl, fUU CotUaii 



idalh,3J,4G0yiU^ 
iveragc 7 cents □< 
»l 

Cotton ihiniiig, 435,000 

yds., avenging^ 10 els., 

43,MU 



1 S'n SUteb 
HutadiuectU B at f I ( 



S3-" 




iacml GOtlroning curiagvi, 1,800 

FamiM. I,li0 Other work, 3,000 

«4 



Phrt in Hau., 
"n S'n 61. 
Haaachusctti 



MaiBicbiuetti 

Momchuselti 



I aifnmnmu. FACTS. 



[ Doc. No. 308^ ] 



-No. U3.— (.BUN6TON.—BeMUt 



11 

|li 

ki. Septei 
ler. 13^. 



Fur nuoulictiMy, 
1803. &MJT-3 
Morea 



m 

lis 

I Sill 






C*rm« trimming 
>nd bamcM nut- 
king. 

Two glut ntilli - 
Bootiuul Aou - 



lljilM 



Pine liimbtr 1, 

Face gius 
Sundiy uticlci 

Itawfim 

Dying nutcriali 
Potuh 

Horocco uid patent 
lother 1, 

Cambric 



iOU 



Raw fun l.OOO 

Dying materials 
Polaih 1 

Morocco *nd pileat 

leather S.OOO 

Cam br 

luab. charcoal 58l I 



Timber of differ- 

I bind* 1,600 

S,UOO feet boanb 

Lestherof differ- 

Platrk ware 
Sundry attidea 



400 Sole leather 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] U7 






ili 






iiii 



bit 



IIP 

hi 



P.I 



-4 



CloGki (W,0OO 



Seren-eifhlhB 
Miu. Rendu I 
in other N. Eng. 

Stales. 






l,300pr. boots 6,500 
« 9,000 da ihod 4,950 



One-haJfin Mu*. 
Residue in 9.11 the 
other SlalH. 



other N Eng. 

Stales. Besldue 
in South, Statei. 



Masnchuietts 



in Hue Rea- 



Muuchiuietta 



sis 



[ Doc. No. 308. 1 

DMvnn S.— No. ■"" miifiifi ^ mm 






ili 






urn 

lllil 
if a 

-ll-Sl 



II. 

I 






!llt 



31 



Card minuftctory, 
September, 1831, 
David llolmei k 
Jonitthui Wliilc 

Whip iDinufiic'iy. 
Oct. 1S31, DaTid 
Holme* It Tbo' 
J. B>me« 



Re*l eitate 
04,000 
On rent 



Leather | 

Canl boknU 
Card ticks 

Mostly forei^; uncortun 
whal quantity will be 
used in a year 



EXPLANATKKN8, : 



of Aroeticin manufacture. 
About 30 torn of tteeU 
Do 500 do CMt inn, whoUf of American raanufiKture. '<.. . 

DocaMHT 3.— Ha. 134^LeWELL.— &UUb ^ MmM{ 



ture, 1829t Low 
Compait)' 


»sr ,808 


$4afiso 


monei 

itock 


MOOIbi.eot'DwupatSm 
1,2M -potkplidMiSr 
tii,000"4yewoodi SOO 
2J,o00"<^«ii^ab 3,133 
800 "drag. IM 
1,600 nb-tpermoa 1,360 
3M bSli. rap i.ns 
9S0 « chaBtxTlM 570 
ISO r*!!)* wnp'K paper 300 

Mcatkatime 00 
Sesconbwood 1.977 50 

SOtonimnMmleod » 
MiMcQaneou* 2,437 



EKFLANATIOKS, RX 

The wool uied to make carpeti ii of coarte quali^, and ii Imjwtod ptine^ 
Sn^tna, iron fhMtdi-AHUirica, and North of Europe. 

Abont 50,OU> Iba. oftheabore nmntitj nf Tnnl ii mimifirtiiii illiitiiliiij iiluUi I 
em market*. 

' MacluiicT7 ii now WMle ftc aii arilt I 



lie wonted jwm hM Veen impotted. 
It t» woA ta >Hke tbe «IM We . 



[ Doc Ko. 308. 3 







1 


ii! 

Hi 


am 

mi 
mi 


nil 

of a.| 

lift 

[i 

iili 


Ii 
ml 


m 

ili 
fir.r 


(4.0M 


Mwhinebwrds (9,000 
Uuid cards 6,000 


Moally diapoi. 
ed of Id thli 
SUtP snd ». 


6>.t7i6d 


No boy* 


6»tS3c. 


«^1~T,— 


f et unknotm 


N. Eng. Sute« 


iat&t. 


No boys 


4 at 50 


••4t<<°°- 













BamONAL FA'-TS. 

k^ E. CASE. 

I' _9 taoi compnaliion ut American mutufoctute. 
Mb, Wreli, snd pine (ambfr. 

e.andoil toihe Lunaunt of$j,OOOperu)Buni. , 

nnU do do 11,530 do 

Nfitae do do 2,100 do 

haftiKic do do 15,000 do 

ireaat; And cui build and Unish Hbout 15,000 ipindlcs, vith attcnd&iit 



Vour obedient servant. 



KIRK BOOTT. 



K0l» SAUeriaU uud, Manufaetura, Markets^ fVorkmen, Waga. 



101,500 yd».iiigr»ii 
to ciu-pet^ng S>03.000 

r,500yds. Brussela 
in 'lo. & ruga 15.000 

'5 1,500 tufted ru^ 6,730 



Consumed i 
tlie different 
States 



Mrn< 



iONAL PACTS. 

0f1 for dvinir crAiDD fiir c«^„ »«».... —^ 

ft mill connected with tlii* n 
ilaKWMBidaaiithyO. W. Lthuui. Baq. ig«nt for tha &etorr- 

O. F. OSGOOD. 



[ Dec No. SOff. ] 

DoeunarS.— No. 135.— LOWELL — lAidubof M 





0is 
UjAj 


rPii 
lip 

m 


I' 




m 


liisi 


iiiii 


^"f 


^iMli,i 


Appleton Cotton 


8187.386 


9166,169 


8147,978 


441 curds wood B2,6*f 


lil.nur.ctuH.i|r 








60 tons coal 4Btl 


Co. Feb. 8, 182B 








2,195 R^loni oil 1,712 
r3,l.Wlbs. Ulireh 4^(89 
],.'ie5,1061bcot*iilTS,161.tfa 
Other materials 1J,S58 


L«weU nunufic- 


81,741 


93,464 


100,000 


1,110.000 lb rottonlll,000 


turinffCo. 1828 








31,800 lbs. starch 3,30- 
2(10 tons coal 1,600 
r>iljndoth-rnBttT'ti9,09.i 


Merrimack Cotton 


706,009 


633,837 


463,037 


1 ,47 1 ,3 lilb cM'nl7S,«48.80 


M.nur»cturlnff 








(4,351 Ilia, starch ■:.317JS 


Co. I8Jg. 








400 bar^ls flotir 2,300.00 


rrintinff k blench- 








eoOcordswood 3,450.0.. 


bic included 








416 torn coal 3,900.<I0 
5,860 galls, oil 4,669.61 
1,300 cBska lime I,B.-(J 
860.000 lb copperaa 5,7lX) 
150.000 lb potash 7,500 
l,500]bpearluh 960 
Qiiercitmn bark 30C 
Pyro.acid,20 000ff. I.TIW 
Varioua other matr'la 5,3001 


Hun'Jton Cotton 


365,119 


340,285 


214,682 


1,500,000 lb cofn 180,OOM 


Muiuficlr-gCo. 








S.1,000 lbs. starch 3,700 


incliiding print- 








I -0 barrels fliur 720 


ing bbleachinK, 








3,050 cords wood 13,200 


1835 








300 ton. coal 3,600 
3,400 Kalians oil 3,720 
71 >a casks lime 1,050 
75,000 lbs copperas 1,87S 
45,000 lbs. potash i.UO 
Chlorines, (.a vitriol and 
var. oth. materiali 11,000 


ShattuckfcFlclch 


7,00' 


1,000 


1,500 


8 tons tallow 1,44(1 


<r, 90ip and can- 








lO.iXlObush.ashe. 1,250 


dle manufatar 








ISO casks Hme 335 


m 








n barrels roMii 351- 
3 tons potaah 3oO 
i4O,0O0 lbs. gieue I3,0u0 


















W cords wood 200 


Bowe & Allen 


3,501 


SOU 


750 


B,500 lbs. tallow 850 


•o^Biid candle 








15,000 biiEb ashes 1,875 


■ann&cCurera 








20 barrels rosin 90 
80 casks lime 120 
■10 cords wood 160 










12(\()O0Ibs, Krease 6.001 



xd Am Mr, Cue *nd putlf from 117 o«b iapanm 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



*tl 



i| 


Iljl 


I'm 


1 


ill 
1 = ^1 

i 


fill 






*,273,X49 ywdi 
cotton cloth It 
10 c. »437,584 
90CU. 




50atl.I6J 

8ia,U83.3J 


- 


4.50 at 13 
prweek 
)67,0S0 


- 


- 


1,860,000 y«*i 
cotton cloth at 
13 c. S4I,800 




60 »t Wcto. 

16.7'40 


- - 


330 «t (J 
prweek 


tadkr 


31.130 

59,egB 

2,460 
1,65C 

1,370 
5.101 

r 5.800 


6,460,000 y»rda 
clolh, valued M 
660,600 


\ in Hus. rem 
N. York, Penn. 
■ndHwybnd 


313 at 1.35 


106»3Sc 


l,02i It 

44cli. 


1 












r 




3,650.000 virda 
doth,viloedW 
4r4,500 


( in M«i. rem. 
N. York, PhiL 


154 at 1.35 




672 at .53 




1,000 
65 
30 


3o»p and cuidlo 
uinually m«n'.- 
fkctaired 31,600 




5 at 1.34 






ft- 


25 
34 


Soap and cindle* 
»nTO»lly m»n.i. 
fcctujpedlJ,000 




4 at 1.00 







e&YTOM P.O&GOOD. 



w* 



[ Doc. No. aqa. ] 

DMnnojR 3.— N». 136.— LOWELL— JUedwbo^iGmu/biAMii 



If 




niii 


11 


imi^. 


H 


1 


f||lj 


il. 
111 


lUiilll 


= 5 

11 


JlHxMiier'seluuse, 


•8,000 


tSQO 


14,000 


Lumber, lea(her. hard. 


N. B.' 


C4rri»sc, b har- 








ware, cloth, iron, be. 


andE 


ncM DunuTftcto- 








&c., valued at 86,000 




OLver WMpple, 


50,000 


10,000 


U,000 


Wood and coal, 2,400 




&CtU«T 








S5.000caak», 3,500 




VddlesexWooUeii 


145,000 


30,000 


50,000 


50,000 lbs. wool, 30,000 


Vcnoc 


Company," 1B30. 


which in. 






Cotton warp, 4,000 


KaMal 


Coniment and 


dudes real 






2.000 lbs. >*oad, laO 


Conne 


caasioeta 








r,000 Ibi. dye woods, 385 


Newl 




utedinthc 






Alum, vitriol, copperu. 


Mmmm 




buancs* 






fee &c., 334 

5,000 lb., glue, 900 
1,000 ?atU. sperm oil, 750 
150 bbU. «>h Map, 1,090 
600 bbls. ag 400 
360,000 teazles, 540 
20 reama wrap, piper, 60 
Lime, 25 
Wood for fuel, 1,500 
To* cloth, &c. fee. 350 
StBlionery, brooms, &c. 15< 
Leather, 300 
7VJ bushels charcoal, 20 
Iron, steel, srrcws, naili, 
tickj, rccds, &.C. 1,200 


IbMd 
MM.) 

Hanac 
Masne 
Ha*iac 


Bent tt Biuh, bal 


2,000 


1,000 


10,000 


1,303 beaver. 8.500 


N.W.I 










3,300 muBkratsUoa, 1,050 
Wool, 1,200 
Wood, 400 
OUler materials. 500 


Di 


Alkmaon'tlutiDa. 


3.500 


800 


10,000 


Beaver & muskrat, 6,396 


_ 


Dulmctorjr 








Otter, 850 
Wool hat bodies, 400 
Dyr gtuft. 133 
Wood aad other mate- 












rial* 500 





* Tik eouiMinr !■ erecting another mm, wUch, what tnUc^ wiU tenMa te 



tUiBWUi 



t Doe. No. S0«. ] 

lutd. tbmtfadvru, Ibriau, fFcntnoi, tPigu. 



Sili 



!1 


ill 


Isss 


liH 


1^.4 


PI 


Si 
f: 




if 


III 




il 


iii 


if^i 


^■3£.I-SS 


iti% 


!ir.r 




18chai»es&h»rn£BS, 

84,jnr. 
icumoles, l,2&^ 
8 Rle»B. wagons, 56:) 
Hwnessea, (of »U 

kinds,) 4,iU0 
Other work, 1.000 


Mauachuutu 

Mussscbuaett. 
Uuucb'j^tU 
MamachujetU 


20 at 75c. 
•4,650 






k. >ll. 


627,000 lbs. powder 


i«,0>:>Olb«.ei- 


95 at 81 






tl.8J0 


annually matmfic- 


ported .to S, 


15 CIS. 






■». Hit. 


tured, 'valued al 


Amcric: re- 


IS, 990 






, 40,000 


978,385 


raiiuder dif't 
Ststes 








l^vw). 


135,000 yards ciasi- 


i in Masmchu- 


ST 


5 


135 


67 iri,ooo 


mcrc, T«lQed .t 










Kwl*^ 


(Ifl5,635 


rlcr in N.York 










30,000 >-ards c-asi- 


PhiUdciphia, 










net, i-alued at 










m£S^ 


18,750 










wSr 1^^ 
























w* ^ 
























■k«Bk 












r^ 9.«o 












Mmim^» 












1,000 


HaU mnilallx iruin- 


Disposed of in 


25 at n 




ISatSOcr. 


ML 370 


ufictured, s»y 35,000 




SOcta- 








and N. Orleans 


U,S25 






3,950 












HtoMb, SOO 












l.OOO 


FtBtsuinuaUy muiu- 


N. E. State* 


10 at 8t 


3-2 at SO 


Sat 50 c. 


A, 775 


tkclored, about 20.000 




50 eta. 


310 




kiiubfiin. 






4,650 


I at |1 


930 


3,500 













E. CiW tr UliDIL «1».. 



¥* 



[ Doc No. SA8. ] 









II 


mi 


min 


l:1ifi| 

liilill! 

|,f5ils|| 
Jllilill 


%■ 


i 

m 


mi 

mi 


liillp" 


Si 

li 


«.&.T.Odioiiie'> 


|30,O0U 


19,000 


(3,000 


JS5 tons of Charcot $S50 


MMNd 


nul muiufKctory 


water pow. 










Brick making - 


liO 


jO 


- 


SOOcnrdsofwood l,2uCi 


c 




3,4J0 


1,100 


3,500 


3,970 Ihi. wiK 335 
4,600 lb«. sheet iron 353 
200 ib. Amcr. copper 4B 
7,000 lbs. ci«t iron 310 
1,000 lbs. Amcr. lead 60 
Glau 500 


Phnad 

HasMC 

Bort<» 
Louiu 
Haatac 


WiUiun BMTett'a 


20,000 


5,000 


1,000 


3,000 lbs. alum 105 


Xewl 


jdlk, cotton, ind 








1,000 lbs. coppencj 35 


Haom 










4,0'.>0lba. acids iV 












l,500lbB.pouuhes Tl 


Vemw 










1,000 lbs. peat-lashes « 




dye itufTi ud 








1,0'>U lbs. sumach 4< 


UalMC 










100 lbs. bar soap 300 


•b 


Shoemtking' 


8,000 


2,500 


30.000 


Leather 20,000 


nndA 



The manufacture of nails commenced in the year 11 



Domnon 3^Ho. 13B.— UARLBOBODOH fc TEWKSBUKT.— <a4nMb f 



Tatue^, IbribD- 


•3,000 




9a.wii 


MOhides 0600 


, 


S^T^*?! 








1,500 Mm \Jff5 


d 








40c«rdibark 280 




a^bmninim 








iScMkiUne saw 
U hnrob oU IM 
SOOlba. taU<nr 37 
NeatufiiMoU 30 
Vuiotu M 


Mmm 


Tertibuiyunne- 


Sapit'I with 






3 bbb. iMtifoot «1 












ttnlb-ipenBoa 






£^1,8W 














tOeatkaUme 
























30 cord* wood 




Belriden flaimel 


10,000 


jr.ooo 


*.o« 


70,000 Ibfc wool 




fitMntr 


■aterpn^ 






0,000 llM. gliu 






, , 


___ 




_^^ 



[; Doc. No. 308, ] 






in 

Hi 



i.s & 






III! 



19 



m 

|lf| 



oniiuili 170,1)00 
- |SMtO(K> brick* 6,100 

3S,000 



titCiDjiae .~0,000 

i KM IW toiu Jvcuood 2,500 
kVM Hediciurs' 



33 at SI 33)3 at SOcU 
IJkt 



Principally 
Ihc N. En^d 
RUtn 



mOMAL FACTS. 



1^ tie., Materiaii aaed, MauufaelaTtM, Marktlr, IForkmtn , IVagu. 



Id South 
Mat 

mo 


About •5,300 
About 14,000 




tatJOcts. 
Smen 






- - 


3,000 pie«. flunnel 


" 


Sat 1 00 


2»t60c. 


28 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 

So. I3a— WEDFORD.— JfaMMi^tf MMMfb 



If 

h 

■8 

III 


m 
fill 

mil 


ml 
iilij 
ipli 

fiil-l 


= ■3 


^^lyili 


ill 


BhipbuUdinB; - 


»20,«10 


81,000 


50,000 


3000 tn. timber #20,000 


Mm ait 










400,00u feet hoards 




18W. '■ 








■nd plank 13,000 
I40,(W01b3coppcr36,400 
30 tons iron 3,000 
PainU and oil 1.000 


N.H. ptine 
Han. 
Haw. and 

Boatun&B 


Distillery of spirita; 


3,000 


100 


3,000 


175 cords wood 700 


Mm. It lb 


Uaniel Lawrence. 




2hors«>150 








BUckamLthinj - 


2,000 


400 


TOO 


1 ton of iron 100 
18 chaldrons coal 216 


New Tot 

Virginia 




5,000 


300 


10,000 


Purs 90,000 


RockT Mo 


J.M.Peckia825 








lOOilbscoopenu lUO 
Sundry articles 201/ 


& W.Sl 

Vermont Ii 


Hat minufictoryi 


1,500 


350 


1,500 


Furs 6,000 


BoekyHo. 


Stack pole fcLim- 








Copperas 15 
Sundi7 uticlei 300 


Vemwat 


wn; 1831. 








Has*. 


Hut botUeii R- Ba 


5,000 


1,500 


a,oco 


. 


. . 


cons 18:4. 


water 










w«, . - 


4,000 


350 

eboTKsiio 


B,DOO 


3'Dcon1sbark 1,500 
35 casks lime 35 
Suu raw hides 2 300 
300 dry do 70U 


Mm*. 
NewOflet 


Boots and shoes . 


500 


100 


1,000 


Leather 1 ,500 
Sundry articles 50 


Mass. 
Uaa. 


BriokmaVinir . 


400 


luO 




160 conis wood 640 


Uass. kN 


Wheel wrighti . 


1,000 


300 


sou 


rimhcr 1 ,000 
Bo»rd» 100 


Man. 
Han. 



[Doc No. 308. 3 

%•( Jfcii fift iwai^ MamufadmtM, Miriult, WorImM, Wagu. 



i 



Jli 
till 

!; r.E a 



•3^ a Q u 









3^ 



t£.3O0 
8 60C 
1,000 



39,000 
1,260 



1500 hbds N. E. r 



MunchiuetU 

Uumchiueits 

Hauachuietts 



3 at 1.35 
10X1.SD 

I5«tl.Si 

5 at 1.50 



1000 ndes lole lea 

3,60o 
1800 hidrs of upper 
' 'i)er 9,000 



400,000 bricks 3,000 



Massachusetts 



i aX 1.00 
10 at .75 



2=1 






WIUJAM WINK. 



948 



[ Doc. Ho. 308.' ] 

Socinnn 3 — ^No. 140.— NEWTON — &i«duA of Umufada 





m 

Ml 




11 
It 

11 




1 

i 

1 


1^ 
Ill 


illli 


illli 


IlllliSi 


Paper factory i com. 


»6a.ooo 


830.0W 


•*,OB0 


i45 torn rags and b*ff 


V. 


menccd in 1824. aiu 








ging ^ »5i;uS 


eitended in '27, '28 


wBtcn 










'39,'30,'31,by»d4-ng 


ffm power 
foraying 






teaching salts l/M 




valuable >nd eipen 


































kCiirtiJct 












Paper mill; I.yoaii 


3,000 


1,000 


I,0OC 


14 ions ragi 1,40C 


Hai 


commenced 1838 


water 






3 tons coal 21 
Wood sy 


Pel 




7,000 


300 


3,50t 


100 tons junk i,0O< 


Xx 




""" 






Wood 125; roap 35; cri 
45 




Iron and nail work-i ~ 


40,000 


10,000 


10,000 


Coat 1,000 


Pel 




I,SW) 


550 


300 




fue 










a cniiiOTona ctai nVl| 


Boots and shoei 


350 


60 


200 


-- ^ 



DocDituT 3.— No. 141.— 


VEVfTqs.—Scifdult^ibmtfiKii 


Soap k candle work^ 


fl.SOO 


»8,300 


'g3,500 


31O,0OCIII>stBllawl6,BO( 


Hi 


Wm.Jickson,Efq.i 








lUOObusbesaskes 48( 












SUOO lbs grease SJU 
1900 boxes 31! 
5000 i boirt 60d 
l079rbiVick}-«ra 333 






















Paper 37iWood 200 
LeatiierlUIOiphtework 




Ch»te and harnen . 


600 


rs 


flO( 


A 










40Ui cloth, lace, kcSOO- 
















ElUot Cotton Manu- 


75,000 


40,000 




I'jO butcK of cotton 


A 


facturingCo. 













EXPLANATIONS, 6 
There are carried on in this town, by Lowel K Gardner, eitensivc dtenucsJ vo 
capital b f60,000. These works are not affected by the uriff, exceptiii( h^ lb 



pnce fiaid bj the companj' for lead, foreign coal, laltpctre, and Mh. The pciai 
imnHftctured is ml vitnol, of wluch ttte raw natxtu^ ut vAf\vn lad MhnetKb 
i« uMd bj phnten of calko, ble*cter», ltu,»iii.iofti»»fc*.«6»^6««*"*^* 



[ Doo. Na 308. ] 

kiMkMlUtd, Mmmfoetura, Marktb, UWmai, Wagt$. 



1 


lit 

III! 


llllll 


m 
iiif 

ffli 


111 

m 


1 

sis- 

m 




f>a.perordifrerent 


One-third We>t 


lOatLOU 


S at so 


16 at .50 


rnd 


kJnd^ ItlJi.OOO 


Ci-Ji and South 








1^ 




em SUtei.; 
Twu-tiiinU Ha» 
sachuscUs. 








1 «m 


J7** reams printing 












paper 480 


Hassachuietts * 


3 Kt 1.00 


' 


J at .30 


Ifa w 


100 ton) pasteboard 












if).OM 


jMaas. lRi,NY 


S at 1.35 








Mtonatand&licutinK 
paper I ,900 






















BOOgrpreMpi^r 5,600 


i H»t., i R,I. 








ikMaa 


45U tonsrods,hoops,&e 


JMau. tin other 


Hat 1.25 






naajn 


SO,(HX) 
450 loiu cut miili 

55,000 


parts t. S. 
lM»».Jinothcr 

pi.rtaU,S,,iout 
of U. S. mostly 
in W. Indies. 








■Mai ilO 
■ 1300 


Ironing curia^B 850 
l>th«»ort 4,500 


.liUswehiisetts 
do 


9 at .87 






SO 












*i 


500 pair shoes 663 
ISO pair hoou 750 
OiJar-'orlL KKJO 


Mi.ssach.,setl. 
do 
do 


S al .87 








ilktUOD 


134,518 lbs candles 


l)ne.1h!r<IW. I, 


4at.8r 






JboU 340 


H4.800 


tlne-lhlrd S.Sl, 








e«l 103 


13,S00lb«Nalsoap 

877 
10S^061biNo.3»ip 
4.7J8 
iOOO lb. white Boap 


Oncthird Hais. 


, 








220 








«Mi 3M 

50 


3300j30hame»ca600, do 
odM- work 500 
aiurtiiw and Aeetinps. 
800,000 yds.«131cli. 


4 at .83 
















100,OUO 










HTIONAL FACTS. 

MBee of tbeie bnncbei of buainei^ the compunv might be injured by Mch re- 
Vkef cuuluf ]0 men, at %\ each per day. No liirther information tbut ii here 
d be I**™-"' from theia The ElSot MMnalicturing Company have lately c\uii\g> 
inb carf Ml datiKtsDUM; no/iiTlher infoniuitioa can be obtained at pRwnt. 



[; Doc. No: 308. ] 

rr 3.-^0, 143.— PEPPEBELL > 9H1ELET. -flbUAtll ^ 



'I 



ilif. 



slip's 



r|i|f 
N|S| 

■sill 



IS 



lliliii 

f 5--5.sffa'8 



Paper null,Pepperdl, 

Haisichu. owned by ir 
Bullgrd & Enicnon 



P»ppr-inill, Shirley— 
Agorion, Whitcomb 
fc Co. built m 1829; 
3 now milla ue be- 
in^ built, csdmatod 
toco«t(2%000,o' 
«d b J the sune m 



499,500 lbs. itock 



EXPIANATIONS, BEMARK8, AND ADDITIONAL FACTS. ' 
Mter papcNuuUi ue about to be eatabliihed in Grotott and ■evenJ other towaa 



DMinnnS — No. 143.— SHUtL^T.— AMidt^JftM 



, tdtal nib 
137,000 



aVhoteun't 

of Cft{Htftl 

18,000 



SOOgvIlomail 
Vuioui articles to 

ountoTalMMt fSOO 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 

AHvU mud. JfawfkA 



SBl 



Mwrkm, mrAnM, IFtgu. 



1 


i 

PL 


lis- 1 

IIIH 


= =!• 


Ill 

111 


jfl 
^-4 


H 


^?J= 


Ml 


w 


fS^^ 


|i.« 


R?S5 


- 


All in Hui. 


5 M aocti. 




U1881C 


- 


- 


Barton, New 
York. Phil.. 
BUtl Habile 
md New Or 


Biirsctj. 




!>tUo.. 






l«Uli 











JMAir. 


bninpi. 




- 


KftW^^ftJM 


AJlblBoAMi 


lSitS3«ti. 


- 


uitsac 


- 


in;On>rndi,H'X» 




Satfl 18 


- 


19U40G. 



[ Doe. No. 3<W. ] 

DKmnvr S.— M*. 444 — eTm<BHAH k 80DTH IfEAimai-^ 



It 

Hi 


ii 


pill 
hill 


Ii 
il. 

pi 


iitli 

Piiif 

i!iif|- 


] 


Mmm - 


«3,000 


«1,OOU 


(aoouo 


Leather of difTcrent 

kinds »}0.000 
Cotton goods l.OOtJ 
Lnien do 8.000 


i 


Vtecknmtaiin^ . 


4i0 


100 


lou 


100 bus. charccnl 9 
Sled a 

4 chaldroni cosl X 


=i 


Carrj-inB 


1,000 


300 


1,000 


1G ton iplU leather from 
Ihe Uii 8,000 

3,i00 9i.|«up*rdo 7.500 
500 hurse hide* 1,350 
rOOulfiikki 1,OSO 
Tallow rs 
Sundry trticks SO 


di 

3 

di 


lUlor rtraps - 


:oo 


30 


30 


LciUier 600 
Sundry articles 300 


H 


Som IUadiso. 
Show, - 


4,000 


3,000 


B,O0D 


Sob Uaihcr 3o,0o0 
Upper do k morocco 

10,00« 

Cotton good* 3,001 
Sundrj' aiticlei 1,00( 


d 










f| 


BUm simps - 


200 


200 


300 


Leatlier 3,000 
Sundry artidei 1,000 


dl 


Cturying 


soo 


200 


8D0 


1,000 aidei leather from 
Un 2,500 
3,000 horse hidei r.SOO 
Sbbkneatsfaotoil 100 
TUlow 7S 
Sundry aitiele* 100 


N. a.1 
phii^i 

Uemu 

d« 


BtukmiibiDS - 


1,000 


500 


60- 


3 tons iron 200 

JOU bus. charcDid 30 


Newt 

UusU 


Whertwrigtits - 


100 


60 


200 


Oak timber 300 
Bo«^ SV 


HMi. 1 


3 etitt millB valu 
3Mwii>IU>v>lurd 


cdktl .000 

>t eoD 








L_ 



[ Doc. No. 30». ] 



359 



B 

III! 



"Ill 

ml' 
ifp| 






[f|| 



I "J 
ill 

III! 
sis.? 



Conmon imith work 900 



ied ISO MOO 



la ipUt teither 

10,560 

» udca upper le»ther 

3. 750 



,»60i 



13,000 nuor itraps S, 

00 prshoca 239,000 

efKlbStOOO luor Btmps 9,000 



sidue in othtrr 
N. E. suites 
■ndX York 



1 ,000 nde* upper leather 

3,000 

IhtTingi 

J,BU0 bone tudc9 



i in Hui. 

lidue in New 
York 

pill 



do 



MMMctiusettB 



HassMhutett) 



9H [ Doc Na 3QS> ] 

DKDxm S—Jta. US.-40UTH BEADING.— flfaUM) «f ifcn^kb 





Mi 




§■5 


mm 

mm 




-mi 


|iiri 


ill 




Ha-pUte working, 
be^n in 180J, Jso 


?8.000 


fj.ooo 




?,500 Ibi iron wire, atjMu 


?Owcr: »n 


Thirty five 




It cts. per tb. 


■m] 


com. warkuij! block 


pble by h?<' 


lOtMB IireC 




S.OOOlbs. iheet iron. 


'eit 


tininiajl. Burrafi^e 


vithmich.. 


in unn!pi>r 




al a cents fur Oud 


M> 


Yale, propnotor, S 


jlocktinbj 






qualities. 




Bcad^n^, MJddlcK] 


uusud. 


I nurket. 








County, tUu. 




rscAch. 









EXPLANATION'S, B 

Bang » OMnuGicturer of tin and block-tin vaiei, I tue the quantity of Moct 
mially, and mostly of foreign manufkctaic, to wit, I3,0U0 boia of tin plitet, frai 
TtSW Iba. irirc, froia En^andi and, ui tay buuueti, 7,000 Ibi. of sheet inra, Ira 
The block-tin from the mine* of Bancai alio T,S'iO ibi. iron wire, of America 
ture, and 3 000 lbs. ihuet Iran, of ditto. lo respect of iron wire tnd iheet iron 

Saulh Readi'ig, Mitidle*tx Co .Man , JprilTT, 1S3Z 

DgiirxK>T3^No.l'&— TnW.''8 OF HEADINe, AND WIUONGTON- 



Shoe, 


3,«0 


1,100 


16,60i/ 


8ole leather 35,000 
IIp.leiL&m<)r. 33,aou 
Cotton gooHs 3,!H)0 
Sundry articles TOO 


i 


Cabinet makinK, - 








100,OuOILp.lum.3,400 
Sundi; articles 350 


MM 


BlatkMtiithing, 


1,000 


450 


3i0 








1,000 


200 


400 


Oak tim. it plank SDO 






Boards tOC 












Paints and oil 7i 




Taniung, - 




Sj 


1,00C 


2W.I<uiEhter hides 800 
100 cilf sliim IOC 




y.F.Root. 1829. 


Water. 
















40 cords bwk S8l 










< 6 cuslcB liinc : 


Mar 


Two gmt mills, - 


2,100 














1 




Towa ot Wiixm- 






1 




Xn». 










Boots and shoes, - 


301 


60 


100:SoIe^leHher 300 
1 iTp^erkatlin 500 
1 Sundn- articles 100 




TwogristiitiUs, ■ 


*oo 








Thne Nw mills, - 


800 


_ 







No nunab e\M\es ot in^ortance ni'it \«w^ 



[ Doc. No. sot. ] 



au 



K 

i 

m 






illili 



!11 






sy 



lie 






AU kinda of we fbr 
hokuetudd uid ships' 
use,mule oftin pUtei 
and block tin 



I in Hus. 1-6 N. 



Male* SS 

tl OS 



nmONAI. FACTS. 

iHnd^tiire, the former ii not Mteemed, and would not be ukI if dMt of fbreifn 
kidit all dme^ even at an admicad price. The latter i« a good attiele, k> farai 
■Mted. It ii my opinian, if the dutv db iheet iron and iran win could be Ribioed 
taf., capccially on the latter, it WMUd piMOte the pnbbo interMt. 

BUBKAfiE YALE. 

WM. WINN. 

im»,Bidiliiig>, tic, MOtriabvMd, ibnufadura, UwkO*. WmimM, Wtgrn. 



I in IfaM. ie«i- 33« 



Cabinet filnutUTe 

14,000 
Com. imith woA 

3,900 



vhcela, kc. 4,600 
WOndeaup.lei.! 



13at75e. 
5at#l 

Batfl 



[ Doc, No. 508. ] 

DocuKiirr 3.— Ko. 147.— 8UEBBUBN, UNCOIJir, kc.— AMkIt^JA 



-i 


3lO" 




Him 


W 


*t 


Jils" 


nm 


.s|: 


ill 


lull 


III?] 

jiSII 


III 

III 


1^1 Hi . 

iililitf 




0.™.* - 


f 30U 


0200 


MOO 


100 run bUTfU (100 
lOOhaei do 300 
Hamroda 50 
Coal 35 


ttMNduD 

Do 
Do 
Do 


Bluksmitha 


500 


450 


675 


Ch«T:od iOO 
Sea coal 40 
Boru 30 


Do 


Whip laAea ■ 


1,000 


JO 


300 


Alum 30 


Do 


l^iiery 


600 


75 


3,000 


Hidei and »kia 2,000 
B»k 300 
Lim« 15 
Oa 50 


D« 

Hiiii 

DC 














TUmcnr 




350 


4,000 


Hides »,S00 


ItaMdl 










Bark 600 
Lime 40 
Oil 208 
Cilfakini 5,900 
Horse hides 35 


DC 

UuMCkl 


Boot and aboet- 


400 


75 


jSO 


Leather 3,900 


Do 


Natici. 












BUckjmttb and 


300 


300 


3oy 


Iron SO 


Do 


CArna^ maker. 












Boots and ahoes 


300 


7» 


300 


Leather l.SOO 


D< 



Stow Woollen 

Manu&ctunni 

Co. 1813. 



t3.-No. \^.—SiAtduk^JbautjMtiim,BmUi^ 



10 70.CKI0 ib«. wool tan,/. 

6,000 lb*- faudwH 
600,000 teailei 
300 cordi wood 
3 tOM copperas 
Iron (for repajn) 
300 gallons oU 
Lumber (rw repun) 3, 
2iO tig. 
50 bamis soap 
Other items 



t Doe. No. 308. ] fH7 





m 


tllli 

■5 ° i §■ 


1- 

fill 


i?i 


PI 




ill 


111 


r. 


i 


111 

iff 


m 
iiiiii 


iiP 
fill 


itii 

li 


871 


100 riflo H.SOO 


]Mune 


i It 11 






. SO 


tOOiniukels 701 
Other work 500 


lU>^ilUinr 








I4U 


UOuc* SOO 




i at 1 








»doi.hiTforki 37i 


Do 










Ibjiure fork* 30a 


Do 










Mfaer -mark l.HOD 


Do 








UW 


Wtup Ushei 4,300 
Le>lW.f (Cerent 


Do 


%xt 83e 




9u a*. 




Da 


2 M_70 








kinds 4,0U0 










^9M 


HkIc Italher 4.600 


Do 


i It 92 








blf leather 5;20O 


Do 








^bl 


tof>do W 


Do 










bUOpvrbooti a,SOO 


Do 


i2»trs 




tutfc 




t.OOOpurihoei 1,000 












30VUDIU 800 


Do 


31 M 67 






» ' 


Micr work 1,000 


Do 








- nBocibi»iid.h<>e» 3,600 


• - 


*.t 67 







i^JHvWi, HViiMR, IFi^gcf. 



#!.» 

h 



SOuOOO y^ U doth 



I0kt86clat 33c 



^^. 



;M8 [ Doc No. 308. ] 

DasoKnT 3^-H& 140.— StlDBURf AKO EAST SUDBDKV.— JU 



n ■ 
li 


nil 

m 

■3° l- ° S 


mil 
111 


li 


Sflini 


ill 


|iitf 


-.il 
111 


P.perttiin,P»rk«r 


98,000 


H 000 


13,000 


so ton. ngi H.00a 1 


uul Towiwcod, 


W«tcr 


4hon«t 






1530 




Tal.|30(i 




, , 


Bootiuidihoei 


soo 


300 


•00 


Leithw 3.30S i 
Cloth 9J 


BlBckmilh 


600 


300 


sao 


Iron W 
Clureoal 100 Ne 


£(rr Sddiiibt. 










Hat&olory 


450 


30 


200 


Pure or different Ra 
kind* I,00( « 
Wood 100 III 
fUt Irimmnn 160 
Alcohol 40 


Boots uid shoel 


350 


100 


380 


Leather 1,000 


Bl*ekiButh> 


600 


160 


150 


6 chiidron* coal 80Vi| 








Charcoal rsitm 








3leel M 






BXPLANATIOOT, 


The inturuice on 


the ptper mUl ii U per cen 


t. on 17,000. Hkk an 


plojcd. Mid M Ml 


MMm p» 


•dfor KUn 


Vthet 





r(4 Maiu/ieftirM, MatluU, Wcn*mtn, Wagt*. 



t»4<il* 






11» TSO bwti 3,337} 

a.3O0 [irs. shoes 2,300 
Axes, tuy forks &nd 
kniTea 1,000 

1,000 



Ojnir shoes 
pair boot! 1,375 

a work of diflW- 



"«.!!■- f 
|-S i Si E 

Is 111! 



list 



111 

ii 



: FACTS. 
i •^miadrijlicr'e" stesm drier mechuie, which is ■ vslushle improvc- 
WM. WINN. 



Mt 




[ Poa Vo. 40S. <] 1 








11 

|i 


ill 


fjlll 
Still 

jmi 


g'3 

li 


pii i 


ih 




ilill 


^11 
III 


lUtmMU&cfy 


MOO 


u» 


J800 


Fan dT differed kind! 

fMioo 

Wool 100 


1 










9 










coki 100 




Ctube & htf-M 


2,iOO 


500 


1,300 


LMther ind other materul^ 
.uch .1 oil, prat, doth. 
&c I.OOO 


^ 


DutlUerr - 


3.000 


1.000 


3.000 


Wood 3ST 




Swp & Ckitdle 


9,000 


3,S0O 


8,000 


1 30.000 Ibi. t>Ik)w 9 600 




work. 








3S,U00 " grtMae 1,400 
9,000 bbk. rosin 1,800 
S,O0il Ibi wick yini 720 
3,000 buib. uhcB 360 
195 cotdi wood 9TS 






33,000 


4,000 


11,000 


Old junk 5,000 


«., 


one o«ned b; 


W«ter 






lu tons rags l,20o 


^ 


lIk7udo«by 








Aium 100 


nAer 








]5n]lonsnemi. oil 3L 
V>tnoluidbleMJi-KS«lbilSU 
Wood 31K> 




T^ ■ 


s/no 

Witer, for 


350 


35.000 


Hides 40.000 
iOO cordi buk 1,301 


i 


BhckviHh* ■ 


I,S00 


600 


450 


Co«l T 
Iroa 10« 


I 



{Boe..M6. .308. ] 

bmtd, JImubduru, ihrluU^ TTarhnta, Wagei. 






ll-^i] 






6-3 S-lg ^s 6 



m 



Ml 






OcIuiiKaiham'i 3,00011 
cauid other 

1,500 

370 bdiN.E. rum 11,00 
D 1,350,000 Ibi unp 

6T,3O0 
3,000 boxes cui- 

45,000 



tN.Y.&Pbi'>15BtI3S3st5Q 



HaMMhiuetb 



ewe [ Doc. Ko. 908. ] 

DacvMurr 3 ^Ifo. 151.— WATERTOWN.— &Mta& af\ 



R 

II 
•5 

III 


m 


m 

iiii 

•SEP 5 


§0 

^ s 

is 

ii 

in 


llllill 


1 
i 


Woollen ft«'>ry. 


-8.U0' 


S4,0U& 


S6,0«> 


-U/lOO lbs wool tI6,50U 


M 


Shinkquin. 








Soap 400 
Sig 100 
Wood «0 
ISlonxoal 1l5 
Leather 3(1 

CharcoU Ju 
Glue 50 
Luniberfrboiea,!.cI10 
fipcr SO 
Bagging »nd tic king 50 


Pe« 

Hat 
Mas 


BeimBiiCa.;iati- 


20.0bO 


35,000 


20,000 


1 00,000 lbs wool 45,001 


PriB 


net and cotton 


■ water 








an 


duck maniifac- 








CoHon t4,0« 


N,i 


toiy. 








*00 lb> Bir 300 


"1 










100 bbl8 MMip 350 










7,0'J lbs hard soap 70 












Spej-m oil 800 


.^ 










Leather ^S^ 










Wood 350 










65 ton. coal 520 


Nfi 










4tonwo«l 7i 












Caatings 30 












Lime 37 


Mail 










Lumber 300 


HaL 


Bookbinding ftc- 


8,000 


SOfl 


250 


Sheepskins 3S0 


Mai 


1017. 








PaHtFboud ICU 
Calf akin. U-O 
GUie 35 
Gold leaf 30 





EXPtANATIONS. 

In the cotton dock and Mtinet &ct0f7, the repain are about #3,000 per ja 
ince 3} per cent, on thepropertj' at lukt 'be conuninioo allotred for lalcaia 
[jcnt. Tbc Ntineti haxe lUlca the latt fear aboat i5 per oent io conMOBM 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

b laed. Maniijaditra, Markeli, Workmm, Wa^. 




lOMAL FACTS. 

IWm ftetoaie* vete put in operation in 183St bj • ji 
t U30 been in Oe Iwadi oTdiree proprietor!. 



it itock compui7, bu 

WM. wnm. 



am- 



[ UML No; 3M. '2 

DMnan S.— No. 153^WOBURN SduAik 



1^ 

11 

sis 


nil! 


mn 
Hill 

illli 

tS o = 


n 
fil 


lift 


Ill if 


Illli 







TMBinffHid cur- 


»5,B00 


»aoo 


(11000 




rying 




4borKt 




•12; 




power 


t400 




3,000 ulfikina S,' 
3 ton* split lather froi 

thelanrorcuriTing 1, 
4,400 sidea upper ImI 

forciirrjinK 11, 
1,100 bone hides ftoni 


















tw. 2, 










1,000 ulf ikim frwi 










370 cords birk S, 










OScuksDme 










10 bar. ncatilbot i»l 










Tallow 










Sundry uticlei 


BootlUldthDM 


5,300 


2,300 


1,900 


Sole leather 37, 

Upper leather and HO 

Cotton goods 4 
Sundo' articles 


IIUckMintMng 


1,100 


500 


700 


3tonsiron 

1,300 bush, charcoal 
MO lb. steel 
3 chal. coal 


CwRig« trimming 


eoo 


40 


330 


Leather 


bh>mei.m^kinE 








PUtedware 
SundTV articles 


Wheelwright. 


1,600 


400 


1,SOO 


Oak,tunber,bplBlk3 
Boards 


Cabinet mikii^ 


500 


300 


150 


33,000 (t pine fenitiiet 
S..iidiTutieM . 


Tin pkte & ibeet 


200 


75 


loa 


3Wlb. alMtlran. 
I001b.l5f 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Iftflh, ibMaAuwd, JbwjbdMTM, MmktU, Workmen. Wi^a. 






;;ii 



.HI 



!i£ =■« Si 






9,800 NaeichuK (l 

shoe leather $38,6 

t,2C0|s,«UO ahavinga 6,euo 

"' Koundinffa l,"iXl 

IS2,U00c&iri>k;i» 6,^50 

I,9Q0 hone bides 6, iOO 

3 Urns aptit leather 1,800 



lOI,975pairbonts 8,394 
10 
2 SO, 000 piir shoes 



iO Ironing cwriig^ uxl 
mon iimlh work 
7,300 



I. prind[d*j 3: 

Seven-eighths in 

Mass. residue in 
N. Himp. R. 
Isbutil uid New 
Vork 

Muaacliusen^ 



liHuTieuc* 
>0 Trimmiag camagci & 
i other work 725 

10 C'lrti, wagons, wheels, U 
Hnd other work 8,000 



3 1 00 
y IS 1 00 



ill 



J0M40 ISOataS 



n Cabinet furniture 3,500 B. 



tin plate 330 
sheet i 



Sheet iron, stavei, s.nd 

funnels 
Other work 



3M [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

OocraOT S^No. 1J3 — CHKLMSFOOD-— AMidt^ 



1! 
II 
111 


1!.! 

m 

sills 

lllll 


run 
imi 

ffill 
lllll 


Is 

III 


nm4 

mm 

|slf|l|| 




ChiilmaTonl Glan 
Camnaay. Com 
mencedln 1838. 

Gen. l.e»fhe*8 iron 
foundry, Chelm» 
ford. 1824 


ts.iioo 

tcrala, 
30,000 


including 
ftcftc. 

to 40,000 


- 


LiOtanawid « 600 . 

35 taiM potaab 4,0 4 

1,000 busb. sahea 150 

l,SOli cuols u-ood 5,508 

Clay, alone. 5ic. 2l>0 

7,SiO boxes 734 
About (KM laoi iron Ham. & N 
ore, iibout 20,000 

J?,000 

Var;..us 500 



Dm 


3.— No. 154 


—BEDFORD AND BURLINGTON.- 


.&A«fafe^» 


Manufac'y of win- 


100 


10 


10 


5U0 Iba. hoop iron 


3ollftMto 


dow blind &A 








licH) Ibi C!>mpmiit 




1834. T. Bmou 








'J 


."a^,M... . 


800 


300 


200 


40U Ib^ L^-on hooks 66 ' DC 
rihanioal I95|llHMh« 










Otlier articlei 


15 » 




1,500 


flOO 


3,000 


17 ton» sole kithei- r,40ollto. Mr. It 










Opper leaihet 


5.300 XHMte 










cotton g«KU 












Other article* 


450 Do 


HuvMBiutlunK, - 


700 


so 


75 


Ij^ther 
Plated vare 
Cloth 
Sundi? articlca 


IQQ HMMchn 
40 Do 
S5 Do 
25 Do 


IVonirtimHi,- 


3.000 












3. MO 




- 


- 


- 












<iib«.i 


Boot* and riwei,- 


iOO 


135 


sro 


Sole leaflter 

Up lea-kmonc 

Cotton goods 
100 slaughter hide* 


l,45o! 1 PU & 
100^ Do 


Ttamiiw. 


400 


30 


30( 


400blM*dm 










8 cordi bark 












Sundry utidH 


90^ DO 














Tbn^w.nlb, 


aoo 








1 



t Doe. No. 808. 3 

id^Sb, lUtviab vttd, /biufadura, MarktU, Worlaaat, Wagu. 



Wl 






iii 



ill 
Ill 



PHI 



tin 






Ml 



l^il 



I lis 

=■8 8.1 

1s^ 



3?6.OO0fl.wm(l(™ 



MHnachuKlti 



It && MaltHab uitd, Manujadvrt*, MarMt, Workmtti , 



**»>^ 



is. 



Com. imitli work 3,500 



3 cbMte haneMei 
IS vtifia do 
Other ««k 



300 Mde* chuM Hid 

■hoe leather 60:. 
ShiTiiig and round 



Sit70cti 
■t7Sc 



Jilt 65c 
ImtrSct* 



lmt35cti ISltSfc 



4W 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 

UoccniiT 3.— No. IJ5.— BILLERICA.— &A«duie of M» 



III 


ii 


li 
III 


§■5 




N. 


Woollen nianu&c- 
tory, IBIS 
Ff»nei» Faulkner 
&Son 


110,000 
Water poT 


W.SOO 


|7,OU0 


38,000 Ibi. wool 114,000 
Dye KtufTf 100 


Bkckunitluiig at 
theforp; 
Junes ffice 


3,000 
Water 


1,SOO 


1,000 


too tuns scrap Iran 3,000 
13.000 bus. charcoal 960 
1,000 Ibj-slie! 80 
S chai. coal 70 


Mki 
N.I 

Vir, 


Common black- 
ntith work 


600 


400 


450 


3.000 bus. chartoai 300 


Ubi 


Boots and shoci 


GOB 


150 


300 


Sole leather 1.000 

Upper leather and mo- 

rocco 1,500 
Cotton goodj 3O0 


Mm 
■ 

MM 


Soap and candles 
1832; Francis 
Riduudion 


1,200 


'"' 


500 


2,000 bu>. -wood asbei 320 
1 Ion pataih IOC 
5,000 lb». grea^ !S0 
10,000 Ibi. tallow 800 
40 casks lime 60 
^0 barrels rosin 5U 
20 cords wood 60 
Wicking 30 


IM 

& 


raunlng and cur- 
rjing 


1,000 


500 


2.000 


400 slaugliter hide.4 1,600 
G03 calfskins 600 
SO cord* bark 340 
e cuks lime 13 


Mu 

d 
Hia 

Ibi. 


Jgmtnull* 


4,000 
8,000 


- - 















[ Doc. Jfo. 308. ] 

I, i&ttufiKtara, MirluU. fViirkmm, Waga. 



sM' 



■■=•38 



) in Man. r( 
N. York. PliiU. 
Bak.& Charles- 



''•rioiu kinds of edK'i 
totdi, ufctrce, biu 

dures, be lO.OUO 



p»ll/ 
Hassochiuetts 



lO bbli tofi soap 700 
a,CUO Ibi. ondles 

1,000 



■ MdMMlc l^th''!' 

I,2u0 
O tide* ttarn«u and 
ihoe lekther 1.50U 
ncdfikins 1,030 



X el"* =^ 



Ilii 

.silt 

m 

hit 



ll 



103 MusachuNtU 



MassnrbuMtts 



Miis<i»chiisetU 



U 

CI -5 

lib 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 





Doccnn 3.— No. 136 




<Jte 


1 

III 


IIII 


{III 

■ M'sS 


°1 

ll 


llllll 

null- , 


i 


ChuKandh*me<e 


$800 


ISO 


11,300' 


Leither J600 
rioth 100 
f iate ware 300 
Lace 60 
Paints, oil, &c. 300 


HaoKtaai 
do 

do 
do 
do 


Tannoy - 


4.000. 


1,000 


8,000 


Hides 5,000 
Calf skins 1,500 
<iheep skins 200 
Itark 1,600 
Lime 50 
Oil 7S 


Mm«c1h 
do 

do 

Maine 
do . 


Pottoy - . 


300 
Horse 


100 


100 


Clay 330 
Lead 100 
Wood 1« 


Maaiwht 
New Hal 
HuMcht 


BwMuidiboeB- 


- 




1,000 


Leather 83,533 


*M 


■Uckonith 


soo 


400 


500 


Iron, halflon 60 
Coal 50 
Charcoal 73 


Maas.fcl 



-BXPLANATIOira, RKl 
There an wmbicbmd in tiut town about f8,000 wottb of it 



[Doc. No. 308. ] 



3TI 



fiBt, Mitentiiutat, Mmufaettira, Mrkdt, tfarkmtn, Waga. 



in 

ill 



Ill 
lis 






I's |s J-i 



2 * S 






fl.l 



ill 



(1,350 

harn«»» 



Job work 

Icalhcr 
leather 
' leather 

Cilf kaJhcr 
iccp Itaihet 

Goat leather 



Muiachusetts 



Hiuiiichufetti 



15,375 pain buota 

46,1, "J 

\2A«a pairs ihoei 

12,480 

95 plou)^ 1,1 

riming ivaf^naand 
job work 1,600 



Mau. & Hathe fS at .75 



JMuine 
UanHcliusci 



UmiTIONAL FACTS. 

d|r MiUui Mew York and PUladdptii. 



AM [ Ooc. 1^0. 308. ] 

Bqcc«i«T 3.— No. 15T.— WALTHAM.— SeWufc^Ji 



H 


iifs 


snii 


M E 


inV'^i 




III 


mil 


lilH 


lb 


1-11 y 




Boston Manufacfg 


*aa^763 57 


»U8,739 67 


170,000 


rO0,O&0 lbs cotton 


iS 


Co. rormtkinKCCFt- 


*Bleribldi 


6 horses, 




W0,000 


T. 


ton cloth; capiiallfi mucliim: 






TiOtonsanthraciiecoa 




#600 OUOi- owned 


shop by 


oien 800 




5,350 


Pe. 




sleim. 






1,2(10 K^U oil VOO 
J8,0O0 lbs sUrdi 1,9U0 


K. 


P«per mmnufact'v 


1,300 


300 


300 


Junk and cotton waste 


Ha. 


J. M.&hb8il824 








1000; wood 75 






1,000 


300 


2.0OO 


Fur ^id heaver 300[ 


Roi 


I'ortcr & Sung^t 






Other fitfs 2IX)0 
H»t trimminp liOO 
JUOUhtt bodies 30UO 


Mb 
















Alcohol 4IJ0 












Verdigris, copperas 16S 












WoodSi; cliarcoalS5 




Chaise (c harn™ 


400 


40 


600 


Leather 100 liplatew'k 


Mft 


Hobba b SmlU.. 








and uddlery wareSil 
paints and vamuih 50 




Boots and ihocs - 


1,900 


2.10 


i,90e 


Leather 5100' j » 


Twincty 


1,200 


■ ' 100 


3,0110 


Hides 3S0t buk 200;' lb 

lime 10. 1 
[ron4:itJ; steel 30i cuf N. 


BlKcksmitfas 


8iU 


(150 


_S'» 


Cabinel maniif.c 


60U 


200 


40> 


ing<i li.T. 1 
Liimlier d.H'crent binds Me 


""•g 






; ilUi (AmiHli 150. i|fa 



EXPLANATIONS, 

One of the cotton mills was erected 1315, one 181S, one 1831. There it 
quantity of foreign materials conaiuned, and those are bleaching nlU f^ora 8 
Bomc iron and steel froni Eng:land Considerable yellow pine 'n used frmn Qi 
cloth, will Mrerap about three yirdi to the pound, and ia occausnally Mildlbr e 
South America, East Indies, and the Levant llie average repain are about | 
for agents and clerka about tJiniOi insumncc 1^ to S er cent, on properqr at t 
would average 6 per cent ; commission and charges of silr 34 to 4} percent.; I 
per cent The insurance bct.r» on a sum much exceeding Ihe annual pnidi 
whole, these expenses and charp^s would come to about ~6 per cent. 6n Uc gi 
ot the ar^cle. The^ employ no borrowed capital except about (35,000 depe 
vork people in a darings bank. I'he operatives work about II lioiva, exchiA 
allowed for mcaU, throughout the year The rate of profit has graduaUy dimii 
increase of domestic comuelition For the last three yaara lite avenge n 9 pet 
ng interest on the capital employed. The cost of the goods has fiiiQen about ttr 



[ Dm. Nq. 308. ] 

M^JljVlliliif, Wnu/alfwrM. JMorfai, fVerhrufi, Woga. 



*rs 



ill 






a.B.a'0 I 






ill mi I 



»1 

P 9 



111 
ij 

-|-S 

hit 



pni lOOO Kami bitnm wnp- 

pin^pmper 2,300 

15€ 5000 hkU 23,000 



^S' 



,90li,IXXi yard* of cotton 
pwdi, irenginf 11^ 
cents per yuil 



In the Middle 
and Weitem 
Soies. 



UuMcbiuetti 3 at 1.00 
Huwcbuaetb 16ai 



ctubo&huneH 3,100 
XI do h ngon da 440 
Other vork 



Haaucliuietts4 at l,7s 



Muakchusctts 13 It l.( 
3^00 UaMachusctti.l at 1.00 



Iron work of differenl 

bnd« T^n 

Furmture a,80U 



1500 Miine, S at 1.00 
Misswhmetts 6 at 



FACTS. 

r ■Mnbh dmut three-fifths. W»et hiTC not bllcn, but, Trata incMMc of 
■MMHrti m. BBcfiinetT, the nme \&ta will torn out mach more work. The 
1^ rfAeetingt which brou^t a$ cents in 1817, wa* wld u lav ai 8 centi in 
■janiMViK ibout Ilf cent* It ii believed that noffoodi are imported tliat 
piKoB widi tbein. The ptodi ue all wld on the uaual credit, aav dx monthn 
MC fednced on c 'tton gtioda, the capital and machinery now employed ou fine 
hai feVMed to the nuking of coane goodi, and praduce a lerioui cohipetitloa. 
Inbi I till, tbey do not think that the manufactories of coane cottons would 
Iflvfcir ftvin an alteration of the tariff. A profit of six percent, would not be 
MMBoMe Ac priqirieton in a biiiinesi so liable to fluctuations and accident* 
mmAOait. No fiauds hare ever been alleged to have been committed in 
Ifc ^dxiea (OOOi. Tlte eMbliihment of a nngle nunimuin i* noi believed to 

WM. WQIN. 



8T4 



[ Doe. No. S0«. ] 





DMVMBVT 3— No 


im— BRAINT1IEE.-&AlMr ^ I 


it 
it 

iii 


m 

mil 


III 

rill 


111 

m 


fillfli 

iiii 


1 




flO,000 


»10,000 


95,000 Raw malerial. #6, BOO 


S 


fcctunng Co 








Wood, &c. SOC 




Tccently.ltWS. 












Copper works. 
Hooper Stotheni. 
Sitinet work). 


3,000 




Works 


not m operation. 




■'XL 


3,000 


2,500 


Raw nuiterBls 4^500 


s 


AiTtei'B ihorel 


'""".Sx 


3.000 


3,500 


Raw nWcriaU S.(KK)| C 


factory. 












Shoes 


*,(loo 




10,OOOlLe>tlier S^OM M 



eXPLANATIUm 



Thia return, with the return from Stoughton, ia len u 

T 3.— No. 159.— BROOKLINE.— &ieAiJc tf . 



lit tannery - 


»2,800 


(400 


#13.000 




J 


2d tannery 


1,800 


300 


6,00t 


Do do 






1,500 


306 


3,001 


Do d« 




4th tannery 


Stopper 


}uaine>9. 












50 


3,00( 






Blacksnithing; 


600 


300 


6O0 








400 


150 


SOC 


. 


h 


Wheelwright - 


400 


300 


1,D0( 










100 


300 


- 





EXPLANATI0«8[ 

The foregoing return, furniahed by Ebcnezer Heath and Elijah <^ore7', ■ 
Thcjr ny '■ the inhabitant! of BRMkline attend principally to agricuttiuft, as 
iatbie vidnity of BoMoug they raiae Testable* for the daily cuniumptioaof Aa 



o 16«,-COHAS8ET.— dbWWb ^ j 



Saltworka. 936,600 

Klip buildinff - 1.000 



Cooptiing • 



93.500 Timber, plank, and 



19.393bBiTelaat3«.9.«W 

14,5^bua.Maa.Hlt 

at 46 cu. fl^fiSO 

8t»T e» and honpa 1.000 



EXPLANATIONB, 

The nlt-works eort. on an avenge, about one doUar per Aioti No. of hot, i 
Am makii^ 10 auperficial feet.) which amounta to 386,000 wpetficU lc«t| a 
tepun^ 5 per Hot Niunber of iheep in CchuMt f H^ it M W| W«if« i 



[ Doe. Ko. 308. ] S7< 

It uaoi Mmu/<K(uret, MarhU, Wgrhtun, Wagti- 



m 
m 



Is ill 



Isi 



Hi 



Till 









13,000 
12,500 

7a,oof) 



HuuchuKttj 
MuwcbkuetU 



fr UMd, Manufaetura, JbnUtt, HVtxMR, 



JOaiAH J. nSKE. 



r^ 




*.U iold in BmI. 


4.t Bl 






|C 




Do 


3 m 1 








- 


Do 


3 It 1 










BoMon fc South 


4 at 1 50 










Brookfioc 


3 >t 1 






3M 
















MUMbUMtU 


S >t 1 2f 










Do 


4>tl 5< 






U( 




Do 


3U1 31 






uo 













.Jfi* 




HMeb, WeHum, Wap*. 




-'•s 


l/)aObujfth46c»3,6B( 


AUinlUM. 
Do 


iitnss 

L4M1 TS 






" TO 






330«t«l 








l,00Obtf.M3iL S,000 


AUinHiM. 


1 M 1 







HHULKACTS. 

! «f *Ml 3D eta. pe lb. He inlubituti of CobaMctowBt >bo, •bantTO^aOO 
■-^ -- -•- — '-- '- -^- -iinior HhIL Tliiilixiiiiii fii i« fiifwibcd br 
J08UB J. FIBKE. 



%>(■»< 



37# [ Doc. No. SOS. ] 

Doc. 3.-N«. 16L— CANTON.— AiaJufc tfMmmfii^m 



If 

1 


if 

1 


6% 

r 

H 

Hi 


u 

ill 


him 


1 


'Woollen nianufiKjtory, 


140,000 


30.0'J 


6,000 


48,000 tt« cotton. >t MS 






doDuv. 




I2c.«.^ »5,3SOdlft 


merlytheBoMODUKl 








SO,0O0 Amcr. wooJ 30,000 


O*' 










Leather 350 




stxiar""" 








1,300 nib ipenn dU ' 

at 80 cti 960 
10,000 lbs. tried taflow 

»t 10 ctj- 1,000 
10,000 lbs. potash atS 

ct». 500 
400tons anthracite coal 

at 8 SO S.Wl 




|Co«on in«mifkctoi7. 


8,000 


5,00(1 


800 


41,600 lbs. cotton at 


3h 


KJnsleyCotton M»nu- 
ftctunng Compwif, 


Water pow 






I3ct9 41,992 


««(■ 








200g»lU.spctm«l 1T3 




Wm J«nk», »j;ent; 
recently revived 






















Cotton m«nuf»ctoT7, 


10.000 


1,500 


300 156,000 lbs. cotton at 


Sm 


Tecently revived 






1 net. 1.716 


east 


Presbury'iihreulmil], 


3.00U 


3,SU0 


3,000i.000lb9 S. I, cotton l,25u 


Son 


not recenUy 


Water pow 




IWoodkndoil GO 




Ironnuuiuf»ctory. Ad»m, 


10,00-J 


SOO 


3.000 


Pig and scrap iron 3,500 
Virginia coal 7O0 


«l 


KiniJej. e«]. propii. 


Witerpow 






^ 


etor; not recenUy 








Lehlgli indcharcoal 700 
Wood, iron, charcoal. 


«■ 


Jluiuracture of cotton 


I.SOO 


1,000 


600 




■nd wool nuhinefy, 


Wftterpow 






inthncite, and Vir 


ml 


Copehnd k Kinder, 








giniacoU a,a0U 


Wa 














recently 












Cudery and »iitpc»l 


3,000 


MO 


1,500 








W»ter pow 










binKM 












Copper, bell, and lewl 


30.000 




30,000 


IlStonslead 3l,.3O0 


iC 




Witerpow 










Copper Co., praprie- 












tors) not recently 












BolivwMMiufwturinff 


lOOOO 


U.OOO 


S.OOO 


r6,300 lb*. cottOD 9,894 


Soi 


Co, F'lther bothers. 


W>tcrpow 






SundtiM SOO 




recently revived. 1BJ5 













BXPLAKATIOIM, H 

ithoul any divideod of' 
oriittfew novalueini ""' 
of new own 



f6Mtoii vmtKAHtmbtg eMdiGduDenti were early comnienced In tfw townt but 
opetattd mH^aat wy J s Mm w l of proftM uatil the anwant of cv^M ori|illd^,'J 



[ Doe. ITo. 308. ] 




at MM* oftbem have been revfredhj the criginalplopriBton- 
«ib11( alto Leavitt'i cantUeitick (tcXory, and Haiufield'a a* 



*f» 



[Doe. 

I 3.— No. 163. 



No. SOS. ] 



•ii 




■g j-s 3 




lllll 


1 
J 
1 


i» 


-' ^1^ 


HI 


111-1 Hi 


, 


III 






III 






Sind-i paper null. 


a^o.uoo 


S3 ,000 


30.000 


Junk &.wutc|18,3aO 


i^ 


Not reccnUy 


wa. power 








w.^ 


Howard kGuild'a 


13,000 


1,000 


800 


J.000 lbs. wool 1.350 


Va., 


worsted mill 

Becently 
Smith'! tannery 


wi, power 








and 


8,650 


250 


10,«00 


50 cords oak bark 400 


Mud 




w». power 






350 do hemlock 2,300 
600 hides 2,880 
3,000 cair skim 4,350 
75 caaks lime 110 
16 casks oU 35D 
4,000 lbs. tallow 400 
SO m. sheep sks. 13,000 
»,000ieal do 5,000 
J,000 KoU. do 750 




Thoinp««i'»t«n- 


1^ 


175 


3,000 


Raw materials 3,900 


Bost. 


C^', dlk miU 


tior. Scw*l 
l.iOO 


1,000 


3,000 






Heeentlj. 


hortepow' 


1 horse 




raw silk 100 




Qolding-. m« 


4,000 


1,000 


700 


Wt & cast Iron, 


Mn> 


chine lUop. Be 


<. pow. 4 h. 






American 1,200 




centlj' 




1 


Lumber 1,500 












Wood 450 




Norfolk cottoi 


10,000 


lO.OOO" 


3,000 


75,000 lbs. cotton e,35C 


}Go 


mmnu&otyJncar 
1834, T»fl and 








18 tons coal 63S 


LeH 








S cords wood 38 




other* 








OU _ 300 


Ddb 


Tilft ptper nOU 


5,000 
wit. power 


1.500 


7,000 


100 torn junk and 

waste 3,300 
6 tons coal 45 
6 cords wood .30 


Jiiiik 
Lehi 


■Dedhun eotton 


33,000 


18,000 


3.000 


114,000 lbs. cot- 


jGe. 


■nui. inco. Feb. 


wiX. power 






ton 12,540 




4. 1814, J. Rich- 








6'J corda wood 300 




trdaonh otben 








Oil 350 




BtUMj'a woollen 


90,000 


40,000 


75,000 


373.000 ibi.Amo- 


EaaU 


lict'y. NotTeqr 


wat. power 






ncMiwool 343,000 


and 


remotely 


Boditeun 










Gay'i cMch Su> 


r.ooo 


1,000 


3,000 


Amencan iron 800 


N. T 


tory. Recently 








PUnfc, kc. MB 
Leather 7S9 
Lace SOD 
Coal, Virpoia 130 
Chafcoa 150 
PuDta and oil 350 


Hasa. 

Mass 


Leather dreun; 


1,000 


100 


1,500 


1,000 sh. skiu 4,000 


N'orft 










1,000 deer skins ^OiNew 










15 casks lime 23^M>ai 
too galls oil 56] 











* TUi ooapajr Mtor yiddaA i& ib« ^rv* at Ii 



C Doe. No. 308. ] 

LJfaffU^ wed, JUaaufadara, MarluU, Warkmm 



•A 

i 



*s^ 






mu 






sIK 



HI 

Hi 

Jit 






I 

lib 



VIPrinliDE ti coane t kUa , t N 

p>p«r «2J,000 Phi., Bal., ' 

1,600 lb>. nonicd 

2,320 

19,200 IbilcLther 5,114 U 

9,000 calf akiiu r.3O0 
"Ok>I do 10,000 

50.000 ihccp da I8.0O0 
j,000j^t 



Muiufucturu 8,000 
Thrown ulk 10,000 



D machhie 8,000 Kaw Engluid 



3ktl 
Sat 64l 3 
15fttlJ3 



hidigQ4,S00 1 
OOt Autic 
rood 6C 



1 middle couth- 
n ami west- 

n States 



I Kt 37} 
6*136 
5 100 M 90 13 at 45 1 



76 Steel, sprln);, and 

SI brvccd stage 

50 cAclicx 4,500 



4 m. drei'd skins 1 ,333 New York 
t m. deer i\o \,7S\iBoatan 
jSm-IbtpI'd wool 4,3401 do 



JOSIAIt J. FWKT.. 



i» 



I DOc. No. 308. ] 

3 — No. 163.— DORCHESTEB,— Wl^ift if i 



I' 

Hi 



ill 



Ills 



^ii 



illl silli 



Iran ba'uKCs and 



Cibioetmiken, - 
Ctfdiuket^ 
Chocobte mtken, 



■Tanneiy, 
Tallo* 



3,300 
4,000 



15,900 
3,000 

3.300 



3,«0 
1,500 



3,400 

3,000 

2,700 

300 



9350 Iron and cod 

Wood uid cliy 1,400hlli 
Birch >iid pine 2,3U0 Ste 

Vamiih and glue 1,600 
Paper 17,000 N 

2,40U 

Cotton 40,000 

Oil, leitber, ttour, coal, 
lime, cDppenui, &c, 8,000 

Leather 35,0!J0 

Oil. ic 1.600 

■'urs 3,000 

tags and junk 1 

Wheat and Sour 13,000 

HidM 33,000 V 

Bark and lime 4,000 H 

Tallow, lahei, &c. 16,000 □■ 



13,00o 

3,500 



5,000 
41,000 
16,000 



EXPLANATIONS, 1 
ibf tfai ptodncQi 



.[ Dw. No. 308. ] 



381 



fe=^ 



•K^ Mmufadura, Marlutt, Workmtn, Waga. 






■i=il'"1 

ftlhi 

ill? 



ili 



ill. 






Sell 



PUjitig and visiting 
unls 35,000 

S%IK)0 Chocolate 26,000 

Shell* 1, " 

3,000 Cotion good! 12u, 



|i 



Dressed leather 45,000 
Fur caps in: 10,000 
Paper ar.OOO 



Candlej 15,000 

Soap 4,000 

Tlh ware i3,0OU 



Boston 

Bos k viclnit 
Urutcd States' 

United States 

United States 

United States 

New Eng'land 
New England 
United States 
United States 
United Statea 
United Statei 



*at|130 

ISatfl 
47 at 91 

13attl 

8 at II 

36at«l 



15 a 



16 at 50c 
latSOcts 

: lS4at44 

I at 50c. 
14 at 47c 



FACTS. 
Act* Auiuihed hy Edward TiteMm ud 



Enoch Baldwin, eaqutrei, oT 
JOSIAH 3. FISKE. 



£ Don. N& 3oa ] 

Ummot 3.-ira. 16A^FBANKLIM, fcc— J aMii fc 4^ Mil 





11 


11 


nth 


I'- 
ll 


il 

£§■5 Si's -§2 


1 


III 


'111 
mil 


„*« s . 

mil 


•si 


1 






> 


" 


^ <] 


lUkepein Bt Son*" 


« 5,000 


»5,000 


S,iO0 


as,000 ihs. cutton C a,875!Ne» 


cotton factor}' 


WllCIpQv'l 






l)d 75 


New 


Recently 








Starch 50 
Wood 100 
l«m 50 




•Mann's coticn 


35.000 


33,000 


39.500 


1 87,000 Iba. cotton 5S,00O 


Ne« 


factory 








Starch 300 




ByHuiBrcMsdy 


»t«rp«w> 






Wood 200 
Oil 350 
Iron 300 


Nn 


Dr. Miller^ Ibmd 


1,500 


3,000 


1,950 


Sea laland cotton 1,144 


3m. 


tnill 












Veryeiriy 












StnwhaU 


300 


300 


2,500 


Boies 350 
Paper 35 
Thr«d 200 


Hu 


Bolt building 


1,300 


400 


400 


[.limber 400 
Iron, &c. 133 
Oakum 35 


BoM 


Tanneries 


500 


100 


300 


Hides 6O0 
Bark 100 


Mm 




« 


* The rnuikliii 


EXPLANATIONS, K 















Merer nudeadiTidend. Lost its wtiole capital. Expired >t>out 1830. 

City Hanu&ctunnp Company; incorporated June 15, 18V3. FtNtn , 

the " FfwiUiii Miimfcctari^ Coattwoy." Opoated »bout two jesn (mm v ji 



[ Doc. JSo. 308. ] 



383 



1 


!fii 


mi 
mi 


111! 


m 

lip 


Pi 

i 


- 


131,040 yds. printing: 
good. (10,811 


AllinUus. 
to printers 


ial I3i 


5a2S 


9 43 


- 


^.«o^^^ 


AUinBiHtDn 


8 a 1 25 


10o25 


toasa 


- . 


Thread 3,90o 


Bolton 


1 s 1 SJ 


1^35 


2aS0 




Hati 30,000 


Southern 


1 » I 2S 




Say 1,333 
fenukain 

rariouipla- 
phcc. 




Boats 3,500 


BoMan 


6«1 35 




- 


Leather 900 


AUinHus. 


2 a 75 


lo95 





B ADDrnONAL FACTS. 

W^idMildetttbliihment, (mdumt linking' t dividend of proAt>)ktBlaTfe£M««mt, or 
lluTil. ta "niomia S. Mann, wlto ii now continuinK die binineM on bornwed ot^iltil. 
■■ wbvn fimuihed by TlamM Studey Mum and Wiffim Makcpean, jr., at FrukKa. 

JOMAH J. R9KR. 






m 



[9oe.M(>.SM. ] 

S^-Ko. lU^BELUNGHAlL— fiUaMfe ^ J 



II 

s 

ill 


Illll 


iiii 

fill: 




lllsll 


1 
i 
s 

1 
If 








«too 


•30 


».iOO 


Leather 


13,0001 




300 


300 


500 


Lumber and iron 




■Woollen nunuTi; 


6,000 


4,000 


4,000 


32,000 lb>. vool 


10,000 ! 


Pennenwn and 


W«tcr 








150 i 


othe»{ not re- 








Wood 




ccnllr 








Glue 
real lea 


100 
1501 


tfilSUtcottonBiU 


*.000 


3.000 


500 


33,300 Iba. cotton 


3,380 !i 


Cuahin^ U Glei ! 


Water 






50 cord* wood 




recently revived 












fB. Cotton Muiu 


■,000 


8,000 




37,500 lbs. cotton 


4,875 1 


tmc'g Comptuiyi 


Water 






wood 




TccenUy revived 








150 lb9. leather 
15 barrels starch 


GO 
150 


DMling'i mKhine 


2.000 


400 


200 


Cast and WTOU^L 


ron 1 




Water 






andsttd 


4,001 










^:?r 


600 
3001 


Jilkon'scottonnul] 


5,000 
Water 


5,000 
















EXPLAKATION8„_ 



JiUiion'* new cotton mill is bcluded in tliia return. I found in this mill about i 
with lU the Kppantus, iafiill operation; owner then absent. Real estate may be 1 
inachiiiei7 tJ.OOO. Hanufacturea about 104,000 yvda piinlitig dodu. 9&.000, 

* Thia mill has operated, for the most part, without any dividenda or pi^ 



DMVMnr 3.— No. 166.— DOVER.— &MhJ^ if 



ecnttrt IftiA — 



EXTLAMATtataJ 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



S8S 



1 

1 


III 


jiii. 


m 

1 


in 
fill 


PI 
if- 

= 6-3 

Mil 

III! 


^••Arjii 


l,500purbDoti S3,5lXI 
80 w^ns 3,300 
10,500 vudibnnd 
cJoth tt,MI 


The whole 

do 
iB<»fn,l»thoine 
««i Providence 


4., 83c. 
12 at •! 


3at33c 


9 at 48 « 


'■ 


136,000 Tda.itiilt- 
mp 11.700 


Philadelphia . 


8.t67c. 


8 at 31 c 


9 at 30 c. 


- 


335,000 ydi. 20,25' 


Sold on commiaa'ii 


i at 100 


lat46e 


33 at 49a. 


- 




Rhode Iiluid 


7 at 1 SJ 






f_2 


Leather 1,300 
104,000 yd* 

cioih-1 a,ooo 


Providence 


a at rift 


tat35e 





m AsmnoNAL facts. 



meneed eutr.buiAeir opoatloniCMitiinied triAout any 



■ni af pnb* unlil thor caaitali were einautcd, and the work* abandoned. Thej 
B ^MbeenpurchaKdirfcreditan hj ptn 



printe imUridiutli^ and are praiMbl; now cf«- 
JCWlAd J. nSKE. 



fcaw^Jto ii jjhfcm. M rfch , Wirkmrn, Wmpa. 



it^OoBca'K bS ton* hoopt «33,500 



Piincipallf in Haft 
Farlly N To^ k 
parUj Connecti't 



D ADSmWAL FACTS. 
liriib Snn^ «q. of DorcT. 



JWUH I. ¥niB 



388 


C 


Doc. No. SOe. ] 




BoctniivT 3— 


No, l67.-WREN-THAli.— *A«W( .^jMj 


jj'S 


1*11 
111 

mn 


Pip 

m 


M S 

p. 


rrip- . 

iriii:! 














-Wwnlluin Cotloa M^ 


• 10/00 


* 

flO,000 


17,500 


80,00>llbs cotton 8001 




nuf*cturlHgCompsnv 


water pow. 






ISUIbslcalherWlltW 




inc. Jiuiel5, 1B13; D 








iron lOOj wood fc end 


m 


FWierMidothew. 








JOOiHbbb starch l« 




Biihop Si Mnkepcue' 


10.0WI 


7,000 


0,DOU 


Si.OOCjlbs cotton 41IS 


Geo 


cotton mill, reccntij 


water [juw. 






UhblsBtatchl:i3i3J4 




rerived on ruin* o 








nIsniiaiOi SOcotdi 




Eigl- Cotton H»iiu 








wood 11'J; 70 for Sunt 




&etiirinRCnmi»7. 








nes363;700ib.iTon56 




Cihinet mdcinr 
Benj..aheii*rJb8uii< 
urpet mill; cirpet bn 


3,S00 


2,om 


2.000 


Lumber, &c. 500 


Ibi 


S.300 


4.100 


.1.300 


ls,(i001bicotton 1610 


Om 


tratetpow. 


3.5()0 




3','KiOcoi.«r»tie 1371 




wneai recently com- 




fnrTicw 




150 coriU wood 31« 




mence li camiac>nred 








l.'OfT-'Uoii I'Ji 


Net 


cotton biuineu 1791. 








Iron and stcf 1 50 




C. Sayle." thread mill 


8.M0 


i,cm 


6.OO0 


IO.0U0 Tb. Sea I.land 


Soa 


anil etipine rn-toryi on 








rotton. Bt.JS, 250( 




theniin*ofth.^9toi)ej 








WikkI GO; oil GO 




Brook cotton ftelory 
























Evcretf« thread mill 


5,000 


S.00O 


6,001 


IU,000 Ibi ScB laland 


■4 


on win. of A. Stylca' 


water pow. 






cotwn 35m 




fflilU recently revitcO. 








Wo4 SO; oA fit 


Ki 


Blake'i cotton miUj on 


4,500 


5.0O0 


7.J011 


17.5001b. cotton S334 


mini of Deiter Mi 


water pow. 






6 bbis rtarcb 6e, 117 




luibc iiirin^Com pany 








giUt on 165) wood. 




recently reviTcd. 








&C.12S 




Hugberfc llaven>min 


2,500 


2,S00 


3.000 




Bet 


on ttiina of Cobb'. 


water pow. 










wcently reviwen. 












Stack's machine ihop 


3,00n 


3,000 


3. QUO 


Csst and wrought iron 


Rha 


on ruini of WiUir.ras' 








and steel 4000 




cotton mill; recently. 












Stnv hats - 


«M 


aoo 


7.500 


8o.c,pap«.,h«jd, 


Mm 


Boat building 


i,iao 


5^000 


iUO 


Lumber, ka. 6Sliilm 


Wafon b wheel tnuhl 


750 


750 


1,000 


Lumber and irop lU. i 


ad^andAoci 


3,000 




8,00b 


Leirtlier W.OQS 


t 



EXPLAMfttlpsra, 
*At this place tho Wollomonupo^^c Manufacturing' Ci 
18l3| incorporated iai4i continue! I Dpemtinns nithoiit a tUri^^ 
cxhaurted. On the ruina of the Wollomonupof^c was founded "' 
CmBUDj|-, tncoipgiatcil February 24, 1818. This company 9[ 

umfl titfir wbole oTpital waa lost On the ruins of the Eagle wai, , ^., 

jy. »^th bomiwcd CBpitai, *ho fail«i, and transferred In (lie present i>ccup«nti 
holding under a laog credit and borrowed capital. The Stoncy Brook Manu&cHi 






p*aj waa iacorpotwtcd 1814, withfe^.aiX) « n 



«caftital, partly pMd ia Mtilpaii 



•w 



C Doc No. 308. ] 



m 



tii 



lip 



tUJIOO jdt ttsetinga 



1S,000 
SiOQO ydt floor E&rpels 

7,20«l 

lO.UOO 



^m Threul 



8.000 



B«ab uid ihoei 60 . 



150,1 

3,1 
5,000|; 



i 

1*1 



i i. a 

"H 



iifi 



V. 9. A. 

U. S. A. 

Providence 
New England 



,000 BoMoti, Prorid'e A it 1.3S 



Mua. Mid R I. 



li 



if 



t at 1.00 
4 at .ST 



ill 

I'M 



itfi 



to *t .55 
5 r »t .50 



l.iS 1000 r^m kl 



liOwi.OO 20 to .40 U at .50 



koMt a dMIeMd tm it WM wholly lost TIm Dexter kUnufKCtwiiw 

,. 1 1U3 at IS14( o^ opcnted witboat » dividend until iti opi- 

MtfiVUlbtd. *t QIImm'i Cotton Factory run at » lo« until it wm burnt. 
■MiMlll tlMialB ttw re^ estate, aiacbirteiT, and capital vai IcMt Cobb'a 
Hm wiMfi Tbe WTcnOuun Manu&cturlng CompM^. aud the ShepwdH 
lm,*tla tiir>,MiH, brtatkloM, eikiiUtiv M> the awnmencemMtA 
k JOaUH J.VUKft. 



[ Doc. No. 308. 1 



— WBTUOUTa.— AAaldfe i 



if 

■SI 

ij 
111 



iljs 



-KS 



SI 



II 



iHll 



lis 



iljllil! 



Cabinet inuu 
Bhingle nw'g mill 



Lmther, &c. |105,4U 



t and bark 

Tanned leRlhtr.c 
icid tallow 

Lumber 



of Fidier A. Kii^bury and Lemuel Huinphrpyt eiquir 



DacuaiiTTS— No ISS.—WttiCY.—SAidut . 



Inm mutberj', - 
Candle iQuninc']', 
iotp manufartoiy. 



Coubbee 

Hatnunn&cl 
StoM btuioei 



Vatireiheep, 
Hidetti.off t. 



6,000 
3,000 
1,5U0 



31,400 
3,000 
3,700 



Lit 96 
135 
I 17 



ISO K,000 
LperhMd#33J 



16,001 
I.UOi 
ll.Ufr 

ite7,eui 



13,719 theep riciw' 1V4( 
ATera^ fieece* SJ lbs.. 



Tkllow 

Aabes, tallow bli 

Battlei,tan«nei 

tte. 
Yam 
Oy« rtnffi 
Pun and feht 
Gunpowder 






EXPLAKATIOM 

■ oT the tut year ma analler than luual, and tfaa it p 
'be ibioKe of a niunb* oT itanecutteia, and oMHr ean 
in moM uHtaneea, to ohtahi the proportion of 4wdin*a 
Hw Mtbnate of Mr. OtidUrBOM 
" " of nlriiiiii Hi' 



C Doc. No. SOS. ] 

M m k Mmd, Hmmfaetiira, MarktU, WirtmtH, Wfm- 





i iT= = ;; '-^-^ 


„ , 


. 




1 




il 

i 


11 






|.|^l 


fill 




Ebon ■ $1*8,800 


} di.p'a offirst 


ioouei 


i03t50c 


lOOttSO 




Boots 14,101 


in Boston I prin- 
cipal patt fink) 






















lv90l<lin8.StL 










Le»««r 3.00( 


Muuchuwiti. 










Leather 33,0UU 


AllinUasfc 


Tst 1 


1 at 50c. 




0n 


l^lock cues, bureaus 


Maisidimctti 


Sttl 


















»>• 




Huaachiisetti 


2M1 







JOSIAH J RBKE, 



Et uMd, Manufadtira, MarketM, JVorknun, Wi^tt. 



!!£ 



Urw 



1UM.&S. St».U0at73 



10(^00on».at 13, 
I3S,00U Ib«. at 1U,660 
t (RM St M6u 

'ahie 4,00U 

niMtt »,00U 

MigliMidbMn- 
inercdgTuutcSl, 

1,940 bu. at 46c 

Value 

2.,\M Iba. vool 
■ndpehi 1J,W6 
le^ are of the nust 



In Gotp. 12,000 
HedTord J.OOO 
reM UoL fc Ch 



Led breed, kept fa themut 



SAL PACTB. 

. af • qiuE^ It fiir tte roof* or houiet. 

hnne MOMWuiMnt (or a tanner}' has Juat got blto operation. 

Mmgh tbe ■|0WT of Lemuel Brocket and John M. Gourgu, Mqidret^ 



900 I Doc No. 308. ] 

Dorr«M(T 3.— Jio. 170.— RANDOLPH. NOHFOLK Ctt— a*»j 


If 


^11 

mil 


tip 
lllj 

1 l| 


li 

2-5 

III 


Jilill! 

Mill 


M«nufVofnicr>'< 
hoy* it chtltlrcn-3 
boot! and ahocB. 

Tnink nuking. 


»35,D0U 
300 


#3.000 
2i 


30(J 


Upper lealhti- 159.(XX 
Sole Icikllier 180,iXlO 

nardv-ire SO( | 
lb* hides 900 B 
Morocco, split lea I 
ther, and lumber 300 



id by JUron PreKOtt, Horatio B. Alden, and Rojal Tunter, taqubc 



Don. 2.— MoL irt.— ROXBUBT.— JUcAife^ 



Spiteatorg 
KatfacT fcctoriea 



1 lead &ctDriei, 1 
■ncorponted 3d 
March, 1839 

Ibieweiy 

1 tuipentine di» 
tjHeiy 
Sr^Mwalk* 



»5 000 

31,300 
5,000 
3,000 



11,000 
10.000 
3,000 



lOO.OOU 

50/300 
15,000 
35,000 



Htdea,b«^ and 4 

M8,oao !j 

Uppo- leader 130^000 H 

33 to 40,000 iheei 
fc gnt«kijM 10,000 
S,OuO ade« tuw uk' 
haiscH, 4,000 ibecE 
ikint, ^000 hone and 
calfikin^SC^OUOdos. 
c^ fmnti 



13,000 buahdt btfltr, N. ' 

B,000 bamb.tmt^ Biq^ 
BDdtar Ifjawi 



t Doc. No. SOS. ] 



3S1 





lit 


6.:.= 1 

llllll 


llli 

lit 


Hi 

ili 
!» 

|1IJ 


lltl 
fill 


r »=< 


vVbole un't ->f goods 




wo It -i . 


>0.'> It 40 




U- 


mniiniclured about 


Stalfs, } Sin 






wiitoi 


55« 


»5Uli,Ut» 


States, i Wert, 








p.i,roj 

rrfcA 




SUIcs. 




















Trunk* 1,500 


New Orleans 


2.tSl 







.lOSIAH i. FI8KE. 



ml,ilbiat}Bfdura, Marktii, Warkmrn, Wage*. 



30,000 
70,000 



!2 at 120 

:0Btl.3S 
3 at 3 



N. E. Rum 60,000 

18,009 br. beer 33,000 

HMUifactures 34,000 

120,000 
100,l>00 



S-IO M>M( ^li 
Sta. 1-10 Eui 
MuMchuietti 

\ exported tr 

M-iastchuKttij 



vmm . -^- ■ 


' r-'"^" 


*.' 




- ' •••■'-1 


OK 


[ Doc. No. 308. ] 1 




Doc. 3 NoLnJ 


li 

ii 
n 

111 




Kill 

llitl 


iii 


titll 
IllJlili 

liiillii 


■ 


>■ 






H 


a copper k brus 


au.ooo 


*4,000 


(30,000 




foundrieji en- 
2^fl^ cloth \t- 










30,000 


4,000 


M.OOO 


United State. Aincrica a. 


tory, ineorpot«- 










tedJune33. -39 










1 iron roundly. 


4O.0O0 




130,000 


PrincipaHy U. States Pe 


incorpor'd June 










13, 1834 










-■ 1 publiJier uid 


7,500 


types and 


30,000 


\II U. S. America 


printer; stereo- 




plate. 






type plate. 




40,000 






1 color & chemi- 


45,000 


ippamlus 


20.0.X) 




cal facfy. incor. 


capita 


6,000 






Feb. 2-2, 1836 










?Jarfolk bbora- 


25.000 




30,000 


. 


torjr 


cpijal 


700 






I.ookiiig gU» 


6,000 


tooU 1,000 


3.000 


_ 


&UDe> uid rug 
factory 
4 soap factorid 








j 


11,000 


tooU3,000 


20.000 


S4,000 towage. 8,000 1 










66Ucukilime 300 \ 










Cotdswood I.WK) . 










660 barreU roiin 1,650 










500 io.lbitaUow 40.000 


1 «>. t can. Cw'y 


4,000 


1,000 


30,000 


Al! domctic pro- 
duction. 14,000 


Borton iron com. 


100,000 


50,000 




400 ton. coal 2,a0u 


incorpor'd Junp 


rent pd. for 








13, 1823 


1. p. 4,000 










le idieo inearpanCed will na^ in 



EXFLAHATIOlta 
I, fin the tiaa wbaa.fl 



[ Dw. No. 308. 3 





Hi 


m 


1!!- 


&. 


111 
II. 

fib 


i 


1 


till 

lliili 


IS'3' 

fill 


pi 




Andirons, kettle*. 


New EngLuid 


ZUtlXi 








pampi,uid fire 












engines 36,000 












Panted floor 


Msssjchusetls 


9tt 1 








clotha 18,000 












nttchiner,. 


U. S. Ametica 


80*11.35 








AniLimount 30,000 


Thro" U. S. A. 


SO at If 5 






b 


Acidi, U. fitriol, 
tuhlli,h bleach- 
ing »lu «.ooo 


U. S. Ameriei 


30 at 93 






gj,, 


Ptwrmacutiad pre 

panlions in cata> 
mel, cor. sublinutc 
cooi-dU.S. 40,000 


do 


l>b.hruel 
5,000 






- 


Frame* 8.00U 
Run:! 3j,000 


Ifanachusetta 


11 at ISO 






1 Vtt> 


r5,000 hu uid 
■oft soap 


J in America it 
i Co Europe 


ISat 1 






WOO 


■ioap ud andles 

23,000 
1,100 tiu.iuuli 133,0001 


G^eate«propo^ 
New B^i^d 


labor 


1,500 




>4m 


13 at 133 






l»Sl 


rOD do hp.rodi 73,500 




30 at 75 






102,000 














KBCALrACTS. 

Ua^Aantf JdmLenutuidJabBJ. Cluk. E 



[ Doc. Itfot S»8. ] 

DoGUKixT S.— No 172.— SHARON— &fcdu4 o^ Jl 



^1 

•s 

111 


ill! 

'ill 
lull 


IS 

Ilili 




Ijllllji 1 


Q. H. Mann'a be ■ 


rtft,o&'j 


(8,090 


W.S'^o 


56,400 Ihs, cotton S4,73J 1 


tick factory, ItiJl 


Wattr 






Coloring l,:S& 1 
IC ions Lehi^ coil !(>.. 
Ptxrch JOU 


G. 11. Mann's ma- 


1,750 


1,000 


1.00( 


CnH( iron, wroiigfet iron. « 


chine «hop, 1S31 


Waler 






himbi-r , 


•CarperrtCT"* eat- 


6,000 


SflOO 


i,flUl 


90,000 Iba. cottot) 3,300 H 


WnCurtorj., re- 


Wmtr 






rael irs ij 


cently revived on 








on 100 J 












Cotton Manufnc- 










tunnjr Company 


















Stock 6M 1 




i.SOO 


600 




Stork 20.880 1 



EXPLAKATIQI 

From this toini ireanniullj'Hnt to nnrket lirgeqiuuititictrfbcjorejcl 
hud hoops. 
ahMp Sts, ih>ti nuiTe to half blood. 



DDGVKin 3.— No. 173— STOUGHTON. 



HMW&ctey of 


#ll,6tO 


fMVO 


«M)0» 






sstttr 










•B 












Udiboea 












■HodKca* cotton 


6,000 


6.000 


5,0W 


cotton 


1 


























&ctoi7iB»M 
























Sottthwortb'i 


3.000 


3,000 


%m 


J,000 Hm. cottoD 


















EXPIANATlOIiS. M 



* " Stouf^ton Cotton and Woollen Hanu&ctiirniK CoApanf" 
" Gay Cotton Maira&cbirinf CompaoT" jaeotpocated 1814; boCk 



I Bm. No. 308. 1 3»« 

MA «MMt Manu/aetura. MarktU, Wirkmtn, WagtM. 



1 


m 

11 

sill 


iij 
lijii 

itiiil 


11*1 




m 


III 
llfj 

m 


- 


^0,000 yds. bed- 
liek (ir.500 


East, i Sou. 


3«#I00 


1 a 42 c, 


16*t50f. 




WachiiKir S.OO0 


MuaachuKtts 


lOatlOO 


ibrXa 


ytmz 




l»S.ie8 ydt. thirt 


Boston 


3ai 100 


3>t37lG 


»at30a 




««■ 8,414 












lOtonbMiu 1,500 


do 


IM 100 




SatiOc. 


ilJ 


thoe* 36,000 


MuKtchuletts 


S0>tK3c. 


30»x3Ti 


Uat40& 



r Conipiiq' incoipanted in IBll) opented it m Iim asd 
J08IAH J. FI8KE. 



, Ifchi Uh uttd, ibnufimara, MrketM, Warkmm, Wagit- 




9 at 1.17 latSTJe. 



4,000 do SatflOO . 5»t59< 



OmAV FACTS. 



ictun »c hCF{ made with *d much accuncy as the otSs' 
J08IAH I: naKK 



3M 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocDmHT 3.— No. 174.— WALPOLE — SduAJiifJkmi 



lit 


If! 


filii 
iplj 


it 

I 


fi||=||i 


1 

1' 

I! 




> 


> 




h 


5' 


Wilpole Union Cot- 


tn.ooo 


S15,0UO 


eioooo 


3,000 Iba. cotton, |6.5(k tauili 


ton Factor)-.* Re 


water pow. 






Wood, l(~ 




rived 1832. 








■,tsUh. 120 




Daiuel ElUs & Son's 


i.OOO 


4,000 


l.SOt 


0,000 11)9. Am, wool. 




satinet factory.— 








25,000 












lun potashe-), lOO 




ruinsol-LeviMu. 








ScortUwood, 3O0New 


Cf &. Co'«.. 








BOO gsUon. oil, 800 
;ottoT. warps. 4.000 




Nepnnset Manu&c- 


la.ooo 


12,000 


10,000 


rH.ilOOlhs, cotton. 9,360 


Bom 


turinECompany.f 


water pow 






33 conls H-ood, 10i> 




Revved 1831 on 








o,l. 100 




ruins of T. a, 








SlarcK. 260 




Webb's EdE>r> 








Lehigh coal. 500 




ton and othera. 












SteUoi.'a bed tick- 


6.0O0 


6,000 


3,000 


27,300 lbs. cotton, 3,60( 


5- 


ing. ReccnUy. 


water pow 






Colore, two 

Lehigb coal, 73 
Stwnh, IW 




CbrVivoolkn&c 


10.000 


6,000 


3,000 


40,000 lbs. wool. 20,Ooa 


N.I 


torj-* Benved re 


water pow 






SunJrie.t, l.Wj 




cenltj- on rums o 












former estiblish- 












mcnt, called Wal 












pole Man- Co'j 












incorpor, 1824. 












Hut & Sanford's 


8,00U 


8,000 


5,oa 


50,000 lbs. cotton, 6,300 


Sou 


cotton actory.- 








Wood, iO^ 




18J:!. 












Plimpton's hoe flic- 


S.OOO 


1,000 


1,500 


4,000 bush, charcoal. SO-. 


Uiu 


torjr. 


water pow 






rJcbild. Vir. coal 150 
^ ions Lehigh coal. 8O0 




StctKni'. hoc f«c 


5.000 


1,000 


2,oa. 


Coal. 600 


N. 1 


lory. 


water pow 








Mi< 


Hwt's mich. ihop 


4,000 
water pow 


2,000 


a,00(y 


Cast iron 
Wrought iron 
Lumber. 


Uai 


.Ulen k. Co's liicr 


3,000 


4.000 


3,S00 


2U0 lbs. flai, S,60a 


Nei 


fitftoiy. 1S33. 


water pow 






m lbs. tow. i.ooc 

Wood, 3 
1 H R-Jlons oil, 1' 
Flour, 21 





* old Walpok Uttion Humfacturing Company commenced optntioam dbotf 
eerponttA 1813. Continued buwMia, Vv\iw«& wq aiiWe™! of profits, untajlx 
Jiearljr eiluiuted. The Dinwiv KvAarj t^snaam'xA.^vx.vxM \VA^ -oA wlki 
<IiFidend«, witil its c»pit<a w»ntwVj tsion***. TI^Bae wawtMB-oostei 





X Dm- Ko. 308. 3 




. 


an 








1 

IB' 




i 


m 

llfl 


m 


: 


VOiOOO yad* ihirting, 
»21,0uu 


AllinMiM. 


lOatBU 


3«i3 


30 at 50 


h 


W,S0Oy<U.«tiMt^ 

*7,500 


BoMon and S. 
StMN. 


tlat96 


lat46 


laaKfr 
centt 




nXOOO yds. ilurling:^, 
34,PC0 


Borton 


9.1(1 


3 atari 


30 at 50 


\ 

f 














13,40U 


Boston 


3 at If 


latSrj 
centt 


IS at 50 
cent* 


It 


areuIdMlH and Mti. 
net., 40,000 

t5,O0O Ibi. jwn, 10,800 


BOStOR 

H»si»chus«ti 


9at»l 




10 at 50 




1,200 doi. hoes, 3,600 
1,800 dot hoes, 4,800 


Albany & Boston 
Altisny k Boston 


Sat 91 

6 at II 






- 


Itochinery, 30,000 


Maiuchusetti 


SOatd 

irct«. 








Sewing twine. 1,8?2 
Wrapping Urine, 3,338 


M»88»chuBetts 


3at»l 




Sa(37J 
cents 



SwUwatai 
i$BHNnc«d 



taHawcMtuHiol wiAoat dhideadM, until cainbd ocait; *~*-"'*^ 
JOSUBL J. 1 



E Doe. No. 368. ] 

DocDMUT 3.— No. 175.— HILTON.— aUufc^Jl 



^1 

n 


til. 


f|M| 

|lits 


^11 


Hi 1 . 


1 

S 


it, 






1 

i 


ffi 














|i,600 


S1..150 


»3,0'.. 


Boards #',000 


H^x 


Baking 


1,100 


610 


?0' 


rioiir 7,i(K 




Paper makingrinol 


37,<rfX> 


18,000 


10,00( 


Rafrs «nd rope* 24,5* 


S.E 














Motocco dreming 


1.000 




U.OOU 


54,O"0 pelts 8,500 
l«Og»!lQnsoii 144 
M b»rrcl! ™p 133 

5 do vinegar 35 
rSciut»llme 75 
1 3,0l}0 birherrr root 

Mi 93 
1 Ion oil .llriol 80 


N.I 




200 




50( 


Hides uitl but 


N.1 


Stone qiuurying: - 


500 


SCO 




Powder 5( 


N.I 


Wool puBing - 


1,700 


4O0 
Animal 


50,000 


- 





EXPLANATIONS, B 

In adfitioii to the tbove muiufitctuTei, there is a dniff mill for the rasping of 
Utdninding dnin, of whicb the foUoinng is a historyi'Buildingandwater powi 
ind woiad pomr tSOOf 3,600 tMW of dye wood* are mfwd and p 



X 9m. M«. sot. ] 



lit . 

ml 






up- 
lift 






■JbOO Pumt 



814,300 

Hud bread 1^00a 
Paper 61,U0U 




United SUtea 
BcKt'nk It lek 
Principal ci- 
ties U. 8. 
'rinclp«l ci- 
ties U. S. k 
S. America 



Leather 

Sales SO,DOO 



Wat*) 12} 
ISat 113! 

- -13J 



MatSOc. 
ltf«e. 



ill at drufs in general are ground per annumi taapin; avenpng SOfer tpv, 

B per hundred; five hands, at ' 1 per Jay. 

liiMKli tbe tpedil t^«^ of Bttpumd J. Bakv, esq. , Milton. 

JOSIAH J. lun. 



mo 



[ Doc. No. 

Doouun 3.— No. 176.- 



908. ] 

-NEaPHAM.— millllll I 



1! 

1 


im 

m 


Pill 
llllf 

Jllll 

iiiil 


§■5 

1 

ill 


am 

iMfJpi 

lHJiri 


1 p»per mill, nol 


18.000 


»a,000 


«500 


56,340lbs. cot. r«g« |3# 


recently. 


«at. power 






Wood 1, 


1 ptftt Tuill, not 


i.JOO 


I,!00 


1,000 


sr.OOOlbfl. cotton r»g»3,0 


recently. 


wit. power 






Wood L 


1 piper null, not 


6,000 


S.0OO 


400 


13S,2001bs. junk mud 


recently. 


irat power 






Wood ! 


1 p»per mill, not 


3,000 


roo 


400 


13S,0001b.. junk and 


'^^ntly. 


w»t power 






Tigs l.W 

Wood 5 


1 p«per mill «• 


8.000 


1,000 


400 


130 ton. junk S,8i 


ce«ly. 


w«i. power 






Wood U 


t h>t &ctoi7 be. 


5,000 


Including 


. 


Stock 7Ai 


gun recently. 


wit power 


m^hinery. 






Shoe* ■ 


300 


- 


- 




eAtonfcctoryhe- 


50,000 


S0,000 


5,000 


lU,0001b.. cotton 1^* 


s^r 


w«t power 




• 


Woodandoil M 


1813, incorpo- 










rated 1833. 











i; IIk; m). 301. ] 



lit 



5- l.»l7t««B«ipCT- 

■V rofklp^Kr 111.366 

'. JOO reuu wnp- 

t p'wgp»p" ♦,650 

I 



m 

I loll 



Fir«t K>1d at Bo<- 

toSoutb- 
SUCm. 
All in Boston, 
be wnt to 



31,600 h>U 



SS,SrD pur ihoe* 
inekc. 35.900 



! -a' Ad 5. (-■*;!! 



Es-s 



kt^ 17 
i M I 17 



I7M137 
It St 83c. 



III! 



mi 



^11 

ill! 



3 at 30 
l«t 50 

Sat JO 

9 at 55 

IS It 50 
c. MU50 



•i fcr Cteifc* Bk*, «q-', Mtd vtken. 



nsua J. FiBu. 



■-"■ ■»■• ■ • 








■■•'■ 


403 C Doc. No. 308. ] 1 




11 


m 


Hill 




6 "tI = fi s " 


lUi'i 


iiiii 

m 

lilll 


If 

?-3 




ii 


lllls 


111 


tlMM 


Cotton manulic- 


IS.OUO 


•6.000 


»BO0 


28,B00 Iba. cotton, >1 11 Iti 


tjirint.* lUccnt. 
ly. Elislm Shear- 


water pow 






cti. 3,15> 








l,a(»lbihitarch,at6c. 7; 










Fuel, ;oo 1 

Leath cardtacli. tc., lOt | 


Cotton threid.t 


5,i00 


i.OOO 


soo 


11,000 lbs. Sea liland J 
cotton, at aict* TiO 1 


Duiieb Carpen- 


vM«r paw 






ter, and others. 








B. Leather, IOC | 


Rccentiy. 








Fuel. IM 1 


Stl«whlt£ 


600 
for preuing 


300 


13.000 


Botes, 1,50Q 1 
Paper, 30( 1 
Thread, 1.200 ■ 


Palm leaf h»t» - 






$00 


- i 


Ironibiindery. No 


10. 000 


1,000 


S,00o'l09,000l>uih.ch»rcoil. M 


recently. Shep 
herd Leach, pro 


water pow 






iOO torn iron ore, 3,5« ■ 


prietor. 
HM&ctoiT. No 


WO 




1,500 


3,000 bush, charcoal,' 3M 1 


recently. 








1 


Wapm iDuni&c 


300 


JOO 


500 


. ^ 


tmf 










Tanneiy 


4,000 


- 


a.cioc 


1,850 hide*, r,900 
gUconUbarl^ lOO 


Stntion CoRon 


CBpita] inrcslmcnt from 10 lo HS.OW. Defunct. 


ManufacturinR 


Water power 


Com'y., Incor. 
March 1,1 8li 







EXPLANATIONS, I 

■e furnished by Elislui Rhearmui aod DatiieU CHpentar. AAI 



sniuH^ 1U0,D00 hoops, worth 13,500 < «J,0001)uihe1i chkreo*^ vottit 
liiief have an mcxluuitible quantity of granite. 

* BnytOD ColtM) Hatiu&cturii^ Company. Begun rery eari;^. 
bofougbCnltMt Hanu&cturing Company, February 7, IBIS. Opca 
dend of profita till whole capital was eipcixled, and then *fa«4i 
pad (br tneiml yean. Red oUte renurchaacd of credilon^ Mid 
ntenecd bjr BGiIm SbcHman, &c recenuy. 



^ 

>i>^ 



[ Poc. No. 308. ] 



Hi. 

m 

0i 



i « t -3 = 
L- o^ e* 



'Hi 

ili! 



6'=S.| 



Pi 

k1 tf 



n tuti, io,soo 



■ft LSOO dMcn hoct, 
^'^ 3,500 



C 



Ditto 
Has*. blLUand 



Mm. & H. libind 



OWAL PACT8. 

■mdailL Begun earl}'. Operated U> Ion, withiHit in; dividend!, tiS 

MMtad. Beporclimied of crcditon by " Brmdituw," oa lon^ credit, who 
■Wi •ocMMbUj, Froceedi went to creditortj tt length j|e (kiled. Ifia 

— IW HH awif by kjkahet, uid he ibandoned. Bigfati of redemption. Im., 

"*""*■" ' '■ ~ tenter, uid others. 

i, whliout anj dividend of pntU, till ita apidl wm es- 
..__. . . .i !___ __g wholly UDOCCTipindi lad 

JOUAB J- FUKE. 



wMStara ban iJmi 



m 



[ ^oc. No. SQ8. ] 

-No. 178.— HEDFlBLIl.~dbM><l 



^1 

n 

pi 


fill 


liiil 

m 


^1 

11 

SI" 

3' 


iljill!! 


Tannery ■ 


#1,000 

400 
3D0 


BOO 


ti.ooo 


2,000 cair ikina 
100 ihecp ikiiu 

isobdcn 

400 c^r skiiu 
50>h(!epikilB 

50 huirs 

Boxo f 

Paper 

Thread 



EXPLANA1%0 

9S ilieep — wool muiu&ctured in fioniliet. 

Fimuhed bj Chirln Onion and Vf^dtj P. Balch, MedSeU. 





Docuxwra 3.— No. 179.. 


-KEDKrAT.— SeMU 


Cotton n»nuf«c'rj 


934. SOO 


(17.000 


11,000 


163,000!bs. cotton fl9 


vety eariy, 1806 










Hareh4, 1B09, 
















Leather 


Luther Metcijr 










vidoChen 








'huMles 

Reeda 

Bobbina 

Twine 

Wood 


\raollcn manubc- 


12,000 


10,000 


i.soo 


85,000 Iba. wool 43, 




water pow. 






asOpJIa. apwmoll 


edjufielfi, lBi7 








Soap 

Sic. 
lather 


Cotch Mid chai*e 


SOO 


MO 


500 Linen thread 


iMseounu&cture. 


water pow. 




CptWnyam 














' ^ 



EXPLANATlfl 

Bcaides Uie abore, there is one small eatabliihmcnt where coanc wotdM 

manuhcUired from the waste collected from canU and illher machinery^ 

olio, a prtntifig eiitubhstinient. about to cnnimcnce iti operations, and w3{j 

ttecB ptr dqt— «lw>, two ahopi Tor huildiiiK cotton and other machiaeiT',; 



f Doc. No. 308. J 

i, Jfanu/achirei, Mv-bfo, Workmm, Wagm. 



1 

& 


ftr 


iii. 

illlll 


f H 
fill 


1 

i 


i 

m 

|ll.r 


- 


Leather - 

Leather 

Hats » 30,000 


AUinMasi. 

AU in Mh9- 

InMu>.«id 
wiuthem 

place. 


l.t7Se. 


- 


500 



DinnONAL FACTS. 

; ii «n7 little water power io this town, and Tew mechuici, except for the ctuto 

AtplKe. 

JOSUH J. nSKE. 

IgLWttiBderiabuied, ManuftK/iatt, ibtluii, Warhma»j Wage*. 



415,500 jutit 

»3^5uO 

34,000 lbs. thread, 
Blocking y>"^ ■"d 
■aUnctmrpi 53,500 



f intUn. 

>in middle kud 
Soutb'n SUtei 



L 39 pcno ni emplo ^ed. 



Tam 3,000 Ctmch bee 



DDTTIONAL FACTS. 

■ten at f 1 40 per day — annual unount of maiiiibeliire may be about |13,000 — 
:frist mSb, fotH' saw milli, and seven itores for the sale of Engiish, Weit India, anj 

Modfc Obtained through the tpecial agency oT Lather Hctulf, Medwaj. 



46* 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 





DocoiK-r 


3.-N0. 180 


— ABISftTON.— Sciofafe b/ 


Jft 


If ■■ 

. If. 


m 

iilh 

i 


mi 
m 

lllll 


%1 

1 

111 

f 7,500 


•Sill J r 

m . 
iifi 


* 


Tacki, ipriga, and ipa- 
nbka.- begun ISO?, 


t».soo 


10,600 


5500 boiei tS3« 




water pow. 
andfiv.^ 




3O0nn»lu«.i.aper7OU 


1 


hyBenj.Hal>arl,eK|, 






i;otton twine IX 


the 5-horic powtr car- 




hones. 




Band leather 3<M 


ried on by eUhu Ho- 








Snem od 125 




bar..e«i. 








Ijtoiunai].. 180 




Copper tacks and spa 
nbleti b«run 1839, 


300 


500 


500 


JDO boiea 4J 


4 










1 


bj- B. Hobart, esq., 
and H>me by Eliho 










J 












Hobart, e«i> 












Boxn fr candles, ahoea 


1,000 


1,300 


1,350 


JOOm. boards 2,000 


lb 


■Dip, and haMvvarc 








ij ton. nails 340 


4 












3 


of lony stpjiding. 












Shoea and boots, by 


1,700 


7,000 


50,000 


Leather 114.000 


li. 


Major Joseph Hunt, 








Copptr and iron nail. 




AbnErCurtia,GU)yd& 








4.500 


i 


Cleverly. Dunbar & 








lUaps. files, tiiruad 




Whitnunh. Brown fe 








LasU r.SO 


lb 


Thuter, Samuel Nor 








Wooden pegi 435i 




ton, gLCiandaf long 








3000 boi^" 600 




siundliiK. 













EXPLiNATIONS, B) 

SpriEi and ipirablea arc called by these namei in the Stales toulh and Tcat of 
In New England and New Varb they ire called brads and shoe nails. In the tai 

of the patenl right. The additjon of the cost of the patent would bare ii.adek M 
than |U,000. In 1618 there vert Urge impoitatioas oftacki into Bodon and H 
from Englandj mada by macMnea bvented and patented in this countiV| ud m 
knr price of rattignatock and labor, Stey were charged lower. tliMknn'e«tf| 
&ctur«d at in tliii country The du^ at that period waa the aanieuaalaab (J ■ 
A pethian to GontireM reauhed in a specific duty of fire cents per IMT m infi 
aad ^ti^ At an time abo 400 to 500 tons of imported Ruana irm ■mriiaU 
m&Mureof IbcKar&le^ and at tUatime llii amiiial ainminl ii [wiiImMj II 
^^ 1- — I :-.9 the MBc artickfc H therefore tdion tet'JIr *- 



[ Doc. No. SOS. ] 



407 



fill I 



1*111 

sail" 

illiil 






j6 5« 



lifi 



'iSa 



',084,000 Ucks 
46,536,000 iprijs 
99.100,000 spunbli 
roUl TKlue 143,423 



United SbLtesund 
W. Ii 
principullv Btn- 
lon, New'Vork, 
Philulelphia, 
Bullimore, 
Clurlciton, SC. 
New Orlons. 



Boston uiil nlbi!i 
chuietts 



in the Middle, 
Soathem, and 
West'n Htatfi, 
and i in the W 



13 at 1.3! If ftt JO 3 >t .33 



nONAL FACT9. 

^am ptOT t d beneficial to coinnierce, iiutcmiich u we are the carriers of thb 
alt fion Europe, and iKaincaaitwtie, whereas, without the duty, Brili«bveineU 
IImb tiw canirri, and foreign commerce and manufkctures would abn have 
riL 
e IMde in Abington 40 yma ago, in small (Juantities, by hand, cut and headed 

to be prcunwd that in the buiincss of making copper ta'clu, and in that of 

&aad prabably other bmnrhui, the tab'ircri da not work the whole jeari lince 

ihhwnH natcriala amount lo more tlian the manufactured Mtielei. 

■ Meawd trnkn by Benjamin and F.lihu Hobarlf ««]>.} 

im; T«AHUH MrrCHELI. 



A^ [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocaxufT S — ^No. 111.— BRIDGBWATER.~&i^h>fc^ 



111 


m 

m 




S3 
Ie 

ll. 

S.Efc: 

111 


itM PI 
fllJllli 

Ii'Sb^'sII 

iPiiiii 


Paper mikinKi e» 
tabliahed lB33 


•5,000 


3.250 


R3,500 


40 tons cotton i^ute $160 








B tons old junk 3,25 


by SCooker' «« 








Watreo. 








la tons white rope and 
sacking 4» 


C<ittot>^n*: Mtib- 


14,000 


I'.OOO 


r.ooo 


20,500 feet lumber, hart 


li.ball819, by 


water pow. 






wopd, jiHsts, pknk, uid 


Carver, .Waill- 








boards 400 


Mmftdo. 








6000 ft pine boards, at 30 

S0,000 do at 13 SN 
12 ini round timber, at 4J( 

6 ton, iron ■ J3i 
1000 lbs irteel H 
1000 lbs ns^ls 100 
laoibsyluc 34 
30DU lbs iron castinn 100 

60io»dich rcoals 24t 








3 chaldrons k> cod. m|^ 


&im'iuntibtfoiri 


ao.ooo 


lO.dOO' 


30,000 350 loiu pig iron u>d oldfl 


Mtabndi'dl7M, 






c"ting» 8.r50| 


bht much in. 








00 tons scrap iron ,4,000 


creased 1813, by 








50 tons snlhimcite coals 


Luell, P^kin^ 


1 






3,5001 


ft-Co. 








50 ehalds sea coali 1,5001 
tons bar and workine 
iron 3000 1 
UO loads charcoals' 370G 1 


atnw booneta' - 


- 


- 


- 


' - - 



EXPLAKAtlONS, 
Cotton. Oint. In this bninch of business, the sales ha^e been elTecied princ^ 
Orleans and the Nalchea, but are c»rp«d to other States and places fgr unc 
been sold and sent to Uanilla; sohic (o different pbiceain Hejicouid South An 
tsincorporate.! January 36,1336, by the name of tin Bridgiptf 
_ ng Companv. 

J«N thKufKkrjf. Tius bunness was established in 1784, and cMiied on tra 
Male laQ 18U| when' it was considerikbly incieued, and has been gTaduAlly eiS 
It WM ineotponted June 18, 1825, by the name of the Bridgewatcr Iron H 
Company. .m 

iStroH) Bomuti. This business is principally done in ptinte fiiiimw. a*^ 



I; Doc. No. 308. J 



4»» 






as" °-g 

|ll|f| 
llllll 



■3C ^8 



iii 



300 mu writi ng piper S76U 
700 royd do 2,'"' 

1023 huiging do 3, 

300 ihothing do I.JUO 
SOOO wrapping do l,86J 
90001b blue cBodk ' "" 



60 cotton piu 



\ 



16,000 



Louiduit, HJuiMippi . 
principally in thcie 3 

Alabama, TenneiKe, 
Vir^^ia, K. Carolina. 



munuli 
DU tona anchon and mill 
work 9,600 

( ibrged ibapes 9,000 
10 tona iron cwting«, fiii< 
ithed and unfinisbtd 

J6,00. 
BOOOlbacoEiipoaition 3,-iJO 



3S,000 HaMaehiuetU 



#30,000 

8,<>U0 
1,830 

New York ao,ui>0 

Pennsylvaii' 
■aryland 

W. Indies (fo. CO.) liiOO 



OVAL rACTS. 



ta are aold in lScw York, but nan; of theffi are 

ikOT^ tb«i« arc maat bnuichea of manu'acture carried Ml upona tumSnit 
ka ifcing of tboea, hati, wheela, wagona, fcc. bat ehiefljr for deiiie«i« ■■• 
m, mA not iv the general markcL 'Hiere ia about 300 tona of ahip tunber 
!<■ Ab IDWK to Ptjmiouth, Kingvtont aiid Duabiu7i and abcNtt MO ahMp Ik. 
'Vadnaed for boHMhold purpose •. 

wm R^pbcd and fiimiilird by Aittmaa Bala ud Maihttn lAzel^ jr. e^n.): 
A NAHUM MlTCKUJk. 



f Doc. No. SOS. ] 

Docuuar 3 — No. 182 — EAST BUDGEWATER. 







Tack iiwnufitclory, 

. begun ISJO, by 

Siiruiua L. Mitcb- 

el, k Co, k other*. 

Niul manufictun', 
begun 181i, by 
I^rvi aod Zenu 
Keith. 

F(i". gc, ro yun 
oIJ. now c«rri=d 
onbyS-L. Kilch- 
cl h Co. 



Fui 



bejfun 
182i, bv Scoit, 
Keith, k'Co. 



Chiiici uid hw- 
nciKi, by Nkthut- 
itl Cnm uid va- 
iiou« othcri, be- 

gnn about 1003. 



Cotton factory, in- 
corpontcd 18^8: 
f^. BridgewKter 
MiUid factuhn^o. 

Shove] fkctory, be- 
gun vitboi 10 
yeui, by 2ibA 



M'rapp'g paper |l,Oua 

Buses 

Wrapping twine 

,f)00 utki 2;000 

toiu If hi^bcoilS'-U 

lUO torn biu- iron 9,0CKi 



SO loads charcoals 250 

Leather 70,00'^ 

>hue thread t,U001b.4O0 
ran, copper and 
wooden peg* 1,100 

Boxes, tl.uOO; 

1,050 

Lealher 2,UOO 

Plated work, and 
broad cloth 1^50 

Lace, (225; screws 
and lacka f 4U 

Ash pbuilu, and 
baas wood 

Paint, oil, glue and 

'S,U<tUlb. eotuw 4^100 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

^ Efc., lUviabtutd, Mmufattum, 3brlceU, Warkmm, IFaga. 



UD tan cut tkcka 
from 1 to 34 m. 
Vihie 040,000 



Ki 



I* in 

l-s 1111 



l.aottainthi9Sute, 
ri'mainder princi- 
pally in N. Y.,Pi„ 
Md., i(Southern& 
Western SUtec 
naila(iO,000^ in titii 9ute, i 
□uinder in N.Vork 
and BoutlL Stntei. 






IB 



|vinclp*lly into 
alup knera & other 
' -cforvuioia 
, per ordrfs 7,SO0 
100 toni casting 
fire fmnes,piinip«, 
and machinery A.Oi'JO 

150,000 pr. 140,000 



Principally Ln Ms«- 3 



CliiL-flyinthrBouth 7 

em and Western 
I Sutea. 



Shiiting *t 7 cents, 
160,000 ydi. cloth 

11,200 

ZOO dm. itMl dm- 

3.000 

100 doz. Torki 1,300 
NOdobtioe* 1,300 



j in Hnanchiuetts 3 
} in New York uid 

other SUttcL 

1 liMnchuMtti, re. 
mainiler in New 
York, for South, 
and WeM. mukeL 
sBtoD u)d N. XoA 



6 Ml 35 3 atSO 






u 



4IS 



[ Doe. No. SOS. ] 



If 
li 






i, 


'i et 11 

'■ii l=- |! 


J 

ij 


iJi 








Ir &|| 
lllliili 


1 


Bait* forondlei, 


»soo 


(JOO 


fSCK- 


3OO0r»tbMidi3,OW)HdM 










?,000tb. null 340. Ite 


curiad on for ma- 












fij year* by Ib»m 












Broirn utd nuny 












other*. 




















EXPLANATIONS. 1 



Bedde* the ■bore, tberc ire severi] tanneries in the tovn, but not more tla 
probably to supply the consomption nfils inbabiUnTs: most of the brmen alwl 
■beep, but there in but little vool produced beyond the household conutnptian 
are three or four hundred daii of kbip timber uiniiiJIy cut in tovn and carried t 
on the coait, tty, Duzburr, Fctnbrokc, Hanoter, HJngham, Uanhfiehl, Sec. t 
we, alio, cibinct-maker*, flatten, »nd all the uauil mechanics in to«-n. hut i 



DoccHtlFT 3.— No- 183 — WEST BRIDGEWATER.— &MhJIe o^ J 



Nait &ctoiy. by 


81,500 


SI.OOO 


t^tm 








Fobea, Reed,t 














Furnace, by Abie- 


500 


Air. 


200 


Old iron 




Coll 


icr Alger ,an old 












th 










Uloadichareoal 






Tanninz and curry- 
ing, by Nahuin 


100 




aoo 


Uldea 
BaA 


100 


Mm 


WilliamLoflong 








M,ftc. 


K 




««>din|r. 










_ 





EXPLANAnOWB, ■ 



\ Doc. No. 308. ] 






I PI 

E=l-S si 



^l-f^i: 



iiifi 

111^ 



till 



III 

Ml 



t^OOO boiu for 
■hoea, be. 03,500 
l,aOU boxes for 

ondlel, Ac 1,000 



UusbcbuMtU i ktfl 



Hwftnridied by Silvtmu L Mitchell, oq,} Much 31, mi2. 



NAUUH MITCHELL. 



k^ JCitoiMfc uMd; Afimu^iduiTi, AforAdi, ^orinwn, ffagtt. 



FSk frtnies orcn 
dom^ midow 
vcighU, &c 1,500 



Botton 
This State 



4 atrSc. 

toti 

*1 
1 *t 1 



mouLrACTs. 



IvdMCisakoet 

Mc mIihIiiI jiiit vMuii tbc Etamti of this town, but the mutubcturen and 
I bat Wnigem^a, and twre included it in the return from that place. 
- ■ ' — '-^ A the moat of the above.) 



NAHUH MITCHELL. 



[Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocDHiNT 3— No. \84.~CJLRVER.~-Schtdale of A 





itiu 


?i'§a3 


g-. 




if 

lit 




11 
ill 


ii 




§ sit 


111 


|ilr 


^Ill§5ll 


Cut iron muiufac- 


«I2,000 


f 1,000 


,r,«. 


1,060 toni ore fC^ 


toryi and »n oh! 


water pow- 










er, equa 






1,350 bu.h.rfwUi 13 


Benj. EUi*, CM]. 


power. 






2.650 loads chafc'l 10,60 
45 tons umd 16 
9 do clay 4 


Cast iron factory, 


81.500 


10 


3,785 


500 1oada cJiarcoal, 


ftom pigs, ol( 








at S.5 50 1,05 




er, cqiii 






100 ton* iron 2.7C 


Benj. EUis, eiq 


power. 






Sand and clay 4 




SI SOU 




l,5i; 


90 loads charcoal 31 


toryi by Benj 


wallT, equal 






Strap and natice 


EUi».e.q, 


to 6 home 
power. 






Lron, 40 tons ],» 



Thi furnaces that cart from ore at 
in the year 1831: another 13 weeksi 

The fiimacc* Ibit cart fttmi iron ■ 
■nd the other about 90 daya- 

Tbe (bt|re for making bar iron \a i 



EXPLANATIOI 

E three in numben one has been in ope 
the tliird has not been in operation Igr 
■e two in numbcri one ruju about IM 

1 operation about 15 weeki in > j>ew. 





DOCFKUTT 3.— No. 11)5.- 


-DUXBURY.-&*aAdfe »j 


WjoUen facto»7, 


16 000 


$1,500 


uooo 


4,000 Ibi. woo[ and 


bwin in 1813 








cotton warp p.OO 










10 cords wood 3ti 


the dUc of Th« 
Dmbuiy Manu. 








50 pU.5»enii oO la 
Dyertuffli |U 


facturii^Co. 










Cotton factory 1 


•7,000 


500 




33.000 Iba. cotton 3.9« 


cinied on by the 


wat, poirei 








above company 










incorp. 1815. 










Ship Iniildins, ai 






lO.OW 


1,500 torn oatimbCT. 44, 


MK»ent buSneai, 
and carried on by 










Wtou.ite»»... 








bo«d*.S^edM»3(ffi 


CoopeiiDf 











8lup bilil£l]^ employa many Ulirti ana mecaaiiica □« _^ 

blocknuken, ciulken blackimjtha, painter*, rig^cn, bendca _~ vv^hhh 
teameia, ropemaken, fcc Blup* com about |70 per ton when cttaplrtcdt ■ 
•omuchi tbont diK^fMr^ <n vtucbialiitMr perCinDedi&dwITaltadm 



I Doe. No. 308. 3 



i 


mh 


stirs 

iS 
i 






1 


m 
anil 


mi 

HI 


01 




1.1 thii Suie. 


36 It «1 00 






fwywo 


1-3 New York. 
I-G Maine. 








1* 


Thii State. 


l!»t 1 00 
















%iSO 


This SlAte. 


4 3t 1 5D 







ft.- 



, PACTS. 
■Iftr moulding. The holloir wire conaiti of aJl kindi of ttticlei u 

'ayed p»7 about U cents per dof for bocrd. 
princifnlly from pitch pine wood, in thii uid the adjacent towiu. 
ritore tfatentent furnished by Benjamin Ellis, esq.] 

NAHUH MTTCHEU.. 



s,J»<rt.i 


UKd, Mmu/adura 


-Jfarfab, ftVAmm, H^<«n. 




»11,0» 


i in this Sbte. 
1 in Baltimore. 




4 at f 1 2J 


- 


Ij>l33cte. 




- 


■- 


3 at 1 U 


- 


ar«B 




" 




100 at 1 JO 






OL 


Tl» State. 




6 at 1 35 







liCUrAL PACTS. 

f^« ^OTW pim^altjr furnished br Seth Sprague, Jr., esq.] 

NAHUM mTCHlU.. 



41S 



[ Doc. No. 308. jl 



Bocii«i»T S.- 


-No. 186.— 


UKUVW.—SdifJultiif ibfluMl 


■^1 
*l 

Jl 




Hit 








^i 




ill 




riii 


!i1 










h 


Swinet factorv. car- 


•9,«';o 


»4.800 


|4,I12J 


S,;6i lbs w.«l, at Sict 


ricil on b) Hobari, 


water pow. 






»n,89i 


HitL-htll&Cu.; in 








3,638 lbs cotton, at 13 










oap 130;,pfrmo<l 460'a 




EXPLANATIONS, 


■ Th « ii coniidenible wool in ihi» town, but it ia principaliy ii»ed in dome* 






Hanoi IB 
Tacksi K. UobaK - 


t4,000 


(2,000 


«,OO0 


llateiul. «1.00e 1 


Fbktdwk 








1 


Cutingsi Providence 


10,000 


1,000 


8,000 


Charcoil J.OM J 


Iron Foundry 








Scrap and pig iron, Slc. 
3,000 


Hollow ware I Dog:- 


3.000 


iOO 


3,000 


Charcoal and other mm. j 
tenaU 3,CH>C J 

Leather, &c. 900 


get&Co.; 1827 








Shoe* and bootsjSyl- 








vBMer Biggs 










WiR<:B». 










Nlik&h00pii;J.&J, 


140,000 


10,000 


300,000 


TOO torn Lcliigh coal 


PmttaCo. 








4,990 

300 toiiiVlr. coal 2.400 


Ntili and hoopc B 


87,S00 


6,350 


13S.W 




Mtudock&Co, 














•Jh 



^ 

r 









s'-s 
If s.| 



Isil 






pVAi 






more thmui cq«a1 proportion V^ti the otliEP*!*!* &'!»(■ 
wu furnished by Cut. Henn' Pope.) 

I^AUUM lUTCHELLt 



tic, Materiait tttd, Mmuifattara, ftwktli, Wtkmm, Waga. 



'M^SOD Tacks 



HoOow wire 13,O0C 



' [300 pain shOfcii 1 
honti 



«M 1.00 
lal l.OO 



lb Iran, Nalli 3,Ti 

tSi,OOOMMliu)dboopi 3IS,S(n 



t- 



;c;...,,i 






■5 


3 -■« 
III 


111 
m 


§•5 


ml 
Hill 


1, 

1 
ii 


1 


2-sl 


2 sal 


fS.s=.a 


lopoddiq;, . 


IS ,500 


83,000 


I6.0OO 


rv250bbU. liOO 
Sup S<X) lb*. 2SS 
Oil 20 gsUon* 15 


TwIIX 












Boot ind 11104 ntt. 


InconKder. 


Incoiwdn. 


3,000 


Leather. V. B. 


Mam. t 












"•.f 


"Wg^'ljMWKt \ 


r 


100 


3,300 


1-hnbcr 450 torn -{.SOO 
Pkuik3S,O00ft.3,li0 


■^•4 


■ i-v ..■'•■ « 








Oxktim Bixl txr 
Iron, copper, kc 


id 

oTtc 


S«ta«»ii«, . 


soo 


Incwaider 




Rordape SOO 


Muuk 




i.ioo 


., 




Twii^ 75 




uaakjie . 


150 doz. wool bodies 


Munet 










800 












300 gib. ■Icobol ISO 




na>li« 


j .- ,, 






1 10,000 tb».ludei6,SOO 


Mu*.! 


-~,| 




■• I'm'. 




l,»00edr>kin. 1,330 
irseonUbark 1,U50 
4S cuki lime 5U 




VmbKlbuidpb 


1,000 


«K> 


13,000 


Wire 40 


Hwidfc. 


■uolnuuTr 








Bone« 240 
HuuUe* 3 IS 
Whklebone ' S.GM 
1,000 buethoi™ ao 


Wlulel 
Bedfi 


».J»«' 




90O 


■m 


l«iii4tot»at ■ 100 
ficlud.coaUt ' 18 

4 chsJ. ch»rcuij 6 
Lumber 300 


United 


IM 1. 1 












"rt -. 


<*' 3,000 


1,000 


1,800 


Difficult to ettinute 


' 














Mbudir. - 


S.MO 


fl7 


ST. 


10 tons pip iron 37ti 
40 ton* cut iron SfiO 
IStonawrt.cod 111 
Cbucotl ind cUf S5 
Brick and Mad 301 


Piff.r<» 
cutii 
udt 



jBR^ui4 Manufiietura, MarheU, Workmen, fPaga. 



■4tt 



m 

Hi 






SlrclyardE 5,000 

HuJiinEra and 
bticlicu 5, 

other iron work S, 
KUchincry 

Hnltow wart 1,610 

gloves »nd gnta 
t Plougbi 



1*1 rl 



?,96il pm iboea 
fur 9. Amencft, 
otheti Mm. 



!5 dozen M 

ViUp<T»iBo,oth. 
MuuchuKtU 






Elf 
Hit 



PI 



*VI, 



[,D(»!,No.S08,,] 



I 

1 


III 
111 


.1! 

H|. 

If? 
ill I 


§■8 

■a 


%\V4 


'4 


BwkbiKting, ■ 


81,000 


8300 


uoo 


Cdf, *eep, and 
morocco itim 8990 
Papw 220 
Pasteboard 360 
Gold Icnf tK 
r.!iK 32 
Flour 30 

81,873 


HUMdhoNttl 


^ 










:j '■ 



SI 



EXPUINATION-S, REMARKS, AND ADDITIONAL PACTS. 

The pTMcdinf KhediUe ii prepared with u much iccuracju ponible- Beadefc^V 
Immchea of buHBtH, nii^t be mentioned, lit. Sit mtrk cooprrina, by whtch ],n8AM 
pBila ue made, worth 83,750, 800 dozen of which are pariialh' minuf ' * * 
powert 700 doien tubs worth 81.750. For ttie reuuiufikcturr of the 800 di 
ter" pull, i} tons of EoEiish hoop inm u« used, worth 8400, 1 ,00B Ibi. Ot wire Wftff 
and varniih 8 lOO, emplo}4ni; three pciMnt; u>d the whole number In the bnukchtflMi 
S^centi. 3d, "Rurimiiking, emplovinr one nun it 81 per day, who maket MttW 
worth 81,000, and USM2J0 R. AmiMicxnVtdei at 81 W. <d, Box making. 4th, AH 
lufAer, (not extenrive.} 5th, AnrfuumoAinf, (not exteniivc.) &ii, iMmnt /Ut^l 
a our moat important buaincos: in IRjI, 61 Tcweli, and iJO men to niTiMtt tMB 
cutch fishi 35 men on iliore were employed. BarTela of machenl packed in ffincks 
1S31, 5J,(i6o barrel;, worth, whrn packt:^ |300,000. Barrela, worth SJeenbeM^,? 
made in Hinglmin, remainder in other part* of Hiaw Inm H". Xew Hampdure, and H 
Salt coamm:d in itrikinK and packinif hih 63,839 buiheli. worth 50 centa per biubeli 
third put of die salt American. Fish chiefly Mid at B:iston, and ■hippedUBUptrtiM 
Soolhcm, Middle, and Western States, and lomn to West Indfea. Vesteb bwh n Hi*^ 
CohiMel,. Dcituntc, DuThiirc, Ep^j^, fcc. U.r. 

!>OLOMON LINCOU 



[ pm. No. aoa. ] 



*ait 



I'sl 

m 



t?! 









sis 



sic 

8 I 



nil 



!Sjl«i^ 



3 FBODUCED IN THE TOWN OF BINGHAM. 



r 


1 




"V'eT 


Vtlae per 

lb in 
Dec. 1631. 


Wbci* wool 
Uwld. 


Reimfa on abcen 
>ndwaol. 




262 




4* 


60 ca. 






" 


U8 

390 

> 383 


- 


3* 
3 


50 
50 
50 


Borton ■} 
.nd C 


Wbole value of. 




. 4ef 


- 


a* 


JO 




■• 



40e [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Docn«i>T 3.-N0. 189.— HANSON.— &*afcfc 0/ 



f^ 



I! 
|i 

M 






-'!": si 



^ =■■= ? I ^ t: a 






Cotton faclary — be- 
gun lBt3i at fint 
woollen, but nova 
cotton fictory — i 
cotponted I8'2B. 

So. I.— Tack facto- 
ry — be|n"> aliout i 

' jeanaga.byBenj. 
Hobart, e«q. 

No. 3. 

Forge — an ancient 
eitabliihrnent, now 
carrinl on by Abi- 
diai StetH>n b Co. 
Anchor faeloty— 
ban and aiwpea, 
ao old eitabtUh- 
ment, caniad on 
by tha laid Ste^ 
ton h Co- 
Shoes and booti, by 
:<ath'l CoUamoi«, 
Cobb & Stetion, & 



3,000 
Water, 23 

1,200 
Water, IJ 



horae pow' 

200 
hone pow' 






>n 3,330 
JSOfN. 



50 tn 
15 ti 
lOchikCH 

hareoal SCu 

diron a.rnoc 

1400 lbs. olduichon730 the o 
90ch>ad.w«GoUl,Oeov 
Ibada charcoal 900 It 



TbaUanion Mamifacturing Company 1 
UK 300 Ibi. cotton per day. weave 13j lb; 
wafp per day, more than i> uicd fbr Heaving:, 

Tbt ■ 



EXPLANATIONS, 
n S33 apindlei, 18 loom* f<a- 



13j lbs. varp, making 600 yanll ahjrtill^ ^>1 
Heaving, which ii sent to Boiton, Huaa^uettt 





DacmnsT 3— No. 


IBO.— 


ONG9TON.— &kibifc if J^frti 




Bohnea 

Anchor»-Cba«. 
Holmei It Co. 

Cotton— Werton 
Johnson k Co. 


13,000 
3,000 
3,000 


»300 

300 

6,000 


M.ooo 

2,000 

soo 


Charcoal h Anthracite 1 090 Veanqrlnd 
r3,000 lb., cotton BS50 


t 



[Biw.Ma.3IW. { 



■«Bl 



F 



11 

|iS| 



s ,.s . 6 

I -Ills 



till 



11^ 
fill 



I til 



180,000 yds. abirting 

B13,60U 
15,000 IbLwup 3,450 



Sold in Boston, 



t& 



Tacks mnd quigi S.OOO 



M 135l*trSe(! 



100 ton btf iron ! 
30 loosiluipet 

100 ton! iron 9,500 
5t toni' (nchora 9,530 
30 toDl ihip knees 3,430 



^MtDn, Rin{r- 
bun, uid Dthei 

p»rt»oF(heU.5, 



r«t 135 

3 at 3 00 



Boitoii, princl 
p»Uy, for loutli- 



gpUI, FACTA. 

iWOkOM t»A» Md iprin uuuullj. There s *lfo k eardinr iramhlnr 16 

kAMdoNMcountof dtoM, there ue 30 penou in tvm HikiM; itoeife 
■i hi Irij ge wmter, tblngton, Stouyhton, lcc„ nnAing 31,000 pdt ^ » Mmua. 
MiseM fimMwd by Theodon Cc£b, of Hmuoo. 
RSr NARUM iaTCRm& • 





M, Wtgm. 


« 


lia.,.: • ' 1 




E^K. 




MtMSMMbimatairj 


Bertn 


mnai 








.pntM . »ir,0(N 










^Si 


' *» «o 17(«K 


"• ' , . 


Do 






rt*^ 


ll|M»Bia.nn>itVcli 


D» 


rttioi 


EaCMot 


Mr-' 1 




|clM»i*p»d i*.eoo| 











AU 



CBHc.W».«»((. 3 



k 191.— MAieHnRLD.- 



^1 

si 

■ U 

- % 
III 


s si .- 

m 
mi 


m 

iiill 




Ml 


■1 
.1 


IMi 


III 






.Sotton factory, erect- 


?8i640 


J3.800 


(r.ooo 


lS,00(Jlbsi;ocio>>,iitll 


ir^. 


ed 1810. inc. 1811 




water puw. 




M.t. K» 












B«.r, 


Morahfield Cottoi 




















lunngCon^wijr. 1 






_ 



DocoBVT S.— N*. 193.— UDDLEBOROOGH.— AftidMb ifM 



Cotton tloth; 1811 
Pierce ind Woqdi 
mcorponted IS^S . 



fiariron{Thaa.Wei- 

ton, jun. 

Tuineiyt Ward uul 



«horeliiP.H> Peine 

&Co. 
♦Cut iiuUj Oiborne, 

Byrnes & Co. 

Wnllow vorej N. and 
W. 8. Eddy: 



16,000 

watfr 



1,000 
1,000 



w;ooo 

inichbier)' 



(L«tely bur 

6,000 



0,000 n» cotton, ftt fr. biM 
13 to 14 cti per lb. l" 
tay f 10,800 • 

S,000'lbi«ottofi, at. 
fS'to 14 ct* per lb. 
ny lO^lSS 



Utoniold ii 

Elides 
BHk.tc. 



I I.IU 

3,ttW 



rcbuil ling. It is a anall cat ibU 



1000LUchiira»l5,< 
mOtoMoK, alff-ajl 
iWObuilieliihdli U( . 
WtMoMlaititwil/WCll 



m^ 



Van 



There are conndiAble qoaotltiesof cbwonl mide in tbiitowB, mii dnau 



and boot> there are not cim«|^ iDaHahj»un4 ,^ttn foiva wwmmlnM' 



mve Iboto in idttnn to them ttaw l^xe vft An««- 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



*ai 



ML 
III! 



link 



m 

t ° ,» c 






|l 



Hi 



I ■£,-3-} 



9.550 ibi yarn.. 

■'^,463 
rS/XK) Tdi diirting, 

6,rso 

2i,000 ydl bed tick, 
-" CM 5,7i0 



36ctB Sold in Bortbn, 



k, JWafrfi ukA Jfaw/iMfuK*, lArbU, WMmen, Wa^. 



Imu 6 to9 ccnb pei 
jwd, tkj t2i^i 

l70/M0Tdi«luTtiD|i, at 
frooiSltaVieti- -' 
jmrd 19; 






Prindpallj' wldjl at 1 Jj 

atBMtontmn 

at New York. 



nW toM, at fSS per ton BoMon, 



at .90 pi 

cwt 



A 1.08 



S at .33 U at ^ 



I kaar kM iis « eight Bi 

JSiiTUiufcwiiiaaae 



1, but I have not ai ,. 

. id 6ie NcmaAet Manubctnriw CompaBr hare tvo or Otc^ 

tolBMiliM tfMtk>L In tetting down the noaber of workmea Mnplajred, I 
■S«#'teM ffliytd is theiiMiiufiu4oi)H,butnotdMMwhoaMeiiiplmd 
llgAwiMallMgMilaniiHiftetaiedjW in dw aHon&obm of cmIi, kc 

NABUK HTCHUX. 



496 [ Boc. No. 308. ] 

KoG. 3.— No. lOSV-NORTH BBIDGBWATEB.— JfabdHfay Jfa 



Ji 



ills ° 

'Sift, 



litis 

u "« S * 

mil 



iiS 



111 III i 

.mm 



chaises & harness, 
be^iD 1834, b}' 
H. a. Cross 

Boob KRd shoes, 
30 years Kgo 

Cabinet rumitim 



SI.OOO 
5,000 
9,S00 



f 1,200 Leather, plants, &c. 
10,000 Leather, '&c. 
5,000Boanl3, kc. 



V2,72S 
61,150 



EXPLANATIOMB, | 



. I have not been able to procure an accurate eitimale of the cotton biiauici^ i 
aH application to the owner and agent himieir, or an; of the worbnen. 

Tnere ia con^derablc straw bmded in thia town, Mr to the amount of $ISJIH 
(lone hy women and youn^ girls; and it is very difficult to obtain any vttj kccur 
ofit, or of the number of persons constantly emploj-ed in it. This is not a com 



DoevHin 3.— No. 194— PEMBROKE.— JUofafei/ JUpm/m* 



SMinet maniifRC'y, 


•1,500 


11,000 


«1,S00 


7,500 lbavoolalJ0e.t3,r8C 


lb 


by Isaac Hatch, 












jr., incorporated 








Potash 34 












3,400 lbs. cotton waip r3( 




Cotton factory by 


6,000 




40( 


S0,80aibs. cotton at 


tn 


Calvin ahepherd 


Water 










h Co., iocorpor'd 








Wood, ml, staich, and 


tfa 


1BU( it WIS be- 




































Ship building, by 








torn timber 


Hi 


A&en Bri^ 












e»q. and Lnthcr 












Bi-'KiP 













EXPI.ANATIONB, B 

it- 



fecta may he supplied ^ith sufficient cxactnesa by cotapariitf it with 

lliere are two annll cupola futoicei in this town, in whie^ ve on wcap 
ware, Vrigtita, ploua;h irons, &c.,but.iKA.toKfceat. amount, audi cannot tae u b 
tiuilantritbregud to them without. tuMb^anAiBW). Tfie(c*B«,^p«thaaK 



[ Doe. No. 308. J 



«T 



; 


III, 

1.3= J 


pill 

Mi 
lllli 


111 


m 

m 
m 


i1| 
fll 
fib 


ttB. WchuMiatllSO In this state 


5 .1(135 






r, •« 


(6,000 


^aA H. Island 








r 


Boot! ind ihod, cqui- 
nlent to 126,435 \,'n 
118,000 


rorthe South- 
ern & West- 
ern markets 


70 at Tie. 


JOitSOc. 


iOatSie. 


1, Sfid 


Punuturc of all kinds 




^7 at 371 








15,000 












rtteh the bborcra are conttudlj' •mplin'ed, but more or ka of it ii doM 
-mOj, occatioittU)', and b; paK on]; 1^ the day, veek* mootb, or feir, 
d in bouMbold and (unitj carei. 




. tbftC^inet work as veil 1 

hj Eliab Whitman, eaq. In collectin|r the aborfl bed, 

NAHUIC WTCBBIX. 



ilMi tittd, MmuJhOvra, >b*a$, Workmai, Waga. 



noil 


,|,«^.«^«^ 


SenttoBoiffl 


3.t?5c 


. 


IU33C 




B3,3(»vdi.bro.iheet- 
iogi 38 inch. No. 16, 
rtV to 9 ct«. 6,655 


SoMinBocbm 


3at|10a 


" 


13ftt33<^ 


miim 


WOtoniofTMcb 

l*,100 


Sold inMaM 
princiHly 









D thil town, but the returni I hive had funuah n6 account 
iMHbMtElfyptlBueeinplt^edmtbeUtteTapattafthe year at leart, and 
■Mil^OOOpun arc ande, amountlnr, in value, ta about 17,300. 
Mn MpplMd me wHh inoft of tbc aboTe hrtt. 
' NARUM MITCHBLh 



4M 



[ Doc. No. sas. ] 





DoettsnT 


3.— No. 195.— PLYHOUTH.— *Aoft«fc if^ 


ri 


lis 


ii- 


°1 


mini 








t*:^ 


416.00U 


91,400 


3utoniiron ■3.S0C) 


"I 


uiK milU, >»' 


Water pow. 






























400 cords wood 1.9U0 


















7,000 








» 


By N.lb'l H..1. 


Water pow. 






TOtoiuirm 3,100 


lb 


icl h. Co. Be- 












pin 1806. 












4 cotton fccU»ie» 


37,000 










lincor. 1809,tui 


Water pow. 










other 1SI4, Iht 
























•null, and but ol 
























3 rope walks - 


26,000 


18,000 


M.0OO 


S,1D0 bli. tar i;350 


Mt 














toiy. ByN.Rufc 


1.000 


300 


30C 


4i.000 rod* 7ATS 


1* 


•el k Co, latel) 


Waterpow. 








*l 


commenced. 












t 



EXPLANATIOML 

One of the rope walkiii anancient ettabUihment, carried on now by JoaUM 
and otli|r*i the other wai incorporated June 13, 1834, and urtied oa by M 
•nd othen. It will be undentood that there are many arliclei of expeiuc m 
or included in the above estimates, luch as steel, iron, nl, leather, Imdl 
warminc^ buildings) iiles, reeds, pimts, >tarch, &c., which would amoant H 
HkiiJd<ilrBrs:iili.nabtll fortraneportition not much ihort of ti.OOOperafunaS 
Nil amounting to Kveral UkmubikI dollai* more . 

There i* a qon^derable bunneti in ihip building carried cm hi dui ttnra, : 



DocDMin 3.— No. 196.— PLYMPTON^ 



^^ 



fp7l813. 



Incorp. 

Mailud 
urjiiiiMrp. 18:13 

WoaUeBor Mtin- 

1S14. 



IU.OW 

as,x» 



|io,teo 

Water pow. 



. Olba. cotton ^JSOOiOt 
Blarch. 13,0U0Ib(. lOQ n 
Leather, oil. It wwd SOC 
36,000 (00 coid* wood 



ID lb*, wool ir,8n Ba 
33,843 - waip IJ9j IT. 
Wowl M jft 

Ahira and eopn e w 1! b 
Pofh 83, tall'* iUSr^ 
B^«ill31^tc•dBaUS.^ 

w'diri.iMthiM^M asi 



[ 1Mb. No. 308. ] 



m 
w^ 



II 



ft' knSSB tons rails 174,85(1 
t«c 950 " pbtei 3j,000 
LlH 30 " iron 3,550 



H 



In Pi 
Itl1l1 






.HI 



'Iff 



About 4 sold ia 



fiOO^da. cloth 45,000 
Ijoei, wickin^, 
and wvp 6,350 



AD!KildinN.Ens. 
)inMus.i>ttlib31 »1.30 



710 tons ringing In Miunchusetti 100 al.Oe 

170,400 
40,000 rireta 4,800 jN. Eng. IN.T 



^ FACTS. 

, which will unount to about |33,O00; nnd Tram t to } in ntue of 

jn production, ukJ the renuinder the production of die-Umted States. 

gut 33,500 rail cuk> mide in town, of the vaue of ft,450, iH lued in 

ji the rope walks, wstcr power ii applied. 
!■ and itatemenls {uniiAed by Thoma* RusaelLJ 
L NABUM WTCBELL. 



, T r r OMtf, Mmu/bcfures, ibrktU, WWoaat, Wagu. 



- 


^^r:"^?/?^ 


Boston tN. York 




4a 3d 


-Iftas 




Bpifceft,iiuln>di33,000 
atetDMDHli 60.000 


Borton 


35at,0« 






.9U 

730 

.. 19 


13,06 rli. Mtinei,*! 
«1 Oli 35,480 


BiMBpHtindii 
IB about equa 


BaUO 


6a3S 


«t3C 


6d ■ 




&.York, PhUad 
and Baltimon!. 









NAHuM mrcBiu.. 



[ Doc No. 308. J 



m 



ill- 






* 



11 :-s I 

l|5lll 



^ II I.E I 



Bnd uid tack &u> 
tcny, b; Lemuel 
Turner, b oth-rs. 
Begui ftbout four 



Ship -building, by 
Bngw. Tildeo. 
Scnrtner, and oth- 
ers; uidiikbuu- 
neMoflDn|;sttuid- 

Turning leather, 
ke-t 3 anitUes- 
ubliihmenU, bj 

W»tcrm»n, Cur- 
tii, and otheti- 



Timber, plutklL Sc&, 
Hidei, ikini, flu^ 4/ 



Mkckcrel fitlung and «hip>bnilding ue the ptiadptl bcntehai of 'M 
town. For wint of Muttbk ttrttam of vMer, thoc ur ibv wiUr i 
coune, M fitlk iMiii&cti«« Immmm d«M. Md now, I ImBmU 
There ww » «d « 11 la il fcctoy, Vfciah ii wwrdiieoulfa u td. . > ^ 



[ Bw. Nik 3M: ]: 




I-- 1^ 5t3 



■f-t-- 



lit: 



6«. 



Uui.i i H. V. 
■DdPlub.it 
Baltinxire 



i Hue, 1 N.Y. 
Hiu., Botton 



2 ml 75e- 

33 were. 

3 Mil 
latll 



UtSO 



dirAL FACTS. 



MalNB ON dor hcrtw bat the quMitity u 

^§ fc—Ma of iiat «**fc^ff *Twi tnukK in , 

tma, nd vml. for, ftc, in llie oAer, wm not giren, ud wu, djoeloK^ 

Mk vaM ccltected from Binmel A. Tunier, ctq., Jomh Ctuhiqg, ud 

NAHUX lOTCHELL. 



[ Ooik No. M8. ] 







No. 198 


^BOSTON.— SdMulr^, 


1 

III 




h 

1 di 

rill 


Ill 


milt, . 

l« tl * 

lliil-lll 1 


« btkm of (Oft 


»1S7,S00 


•6,650 


15,180 


30,000 buTtJi fioar,H 


bread Midenek. 


30hon«> 


ISO each. 




1,000 bblf. meal, -J| 


en. 


used in 


1,500. 




si87,rrs ■ 


4 bik«n of Aip 


930,000 


»eoo 


3,000 


r.ODO bhla. flour, at M 


bK«d. 


no animal 
poweru«A 






<5each »35,000 In 

n 
Si 


3breven 


»40,000 


9.«0 


3,000 


34,000 buiA. bariej, at !«e< 




8 bona. 


700 




|lperbtuh.i 30,Uou 










3 blacking minu- 


M.OW 


COO 


3.800 


10toftaiTOcyblaek,rf UV 


factorid. 








(50, IJ bbla. nmt^ 1 
foot oil, at lU, 33V i 
oou tin oniJMn^ at 1 
3 cent. each. 8 000 1 
Kla«boUlei,at3et«L 1 
each. <■ f5,46S ■ 


J balance fiicto- 


#».000 


3,000 


M,500 


100 torn Amcr. inn, ■ 


riej, tin wwe, t 








aiOO, kmber, abaatn 
i3,00U.i> 113,000 ■ 


Novel. 








3 beditead ma. 


7.000 


500 


5,000 


Timber of Tatioui id 


ken. 


each. 


each. 


each. 


kinda, naili and trim, dr 










<ma^ »6.000 N. 



[ Doo. No. 308. ] 

1^ (fe Mittriai* weif, Mma/aeturt*. JUrktti, tfcrhiutt, ff'ag. 



*»a 



111 

Hi 
111 

III- 


i 

nil 


m 

01 


ii 


3 

Ul 


Ibi. m^. Id 


Soft bread, cnckers, 


UlmUaasa- 


il per. 


11 hoys, 


14 girls. 


3,i00 giUoD. 


and cakci, qiuntitj' 


cbtuctts. 


•oru, at 


at about 




», X eeat>. 


ertimmed at about 




about 


iU cents 


10 cents 


#3,ii0 


l,2(jO,<m Ibik, and va. 




(leach. 


each,pr. 


each, pr. 




lue about 1400,000. ' 




pr. day. 


day. 


day. 




Ship bread, about !,- 


Nearly ^IstJd 


23 men. 








400,000 lbs., ftt 3} els. 


bylhemami- 


at SI as 








949.000 


factorcr, for 

ships' IliC. 

Sold in Mam- 


per day. 








S,000 buTcli beer. SS, 


*l men. 








3,0110 barrels porter 


dfausctts and 


"t»lpr. 








and ale, at |6 per bbL 


Maine. 


day. 








i^ $52,000 










K-^' 


J-arte blacking li,000 


i Haswcbu. 


)men,«t 




S jprts, at 


Uquid do l.iOO 
Sponffc do I.SOO 


setts. 


»1 per 




:U cents 


ESJ^-S: 


{ W. Indies. 


day. 




per day. 


Total 18,000 


i N. Orleans 








•351 




anil western 
Stiites 








Ararniron, 


Balance. 55,000 


IMass. 


40 men. 


3 boy«,at 




Tin ware, stove*. 


i souihern & 


at about 


SO cents 




scales, &c lO.OOU 


WcsfnSlates. 11 50 


per day. 




f^8,^Kw 


Total 6i,UO0 


\ West Indies per day. 










and other fo 












reign coun- 








. 




tries. 








ick I.OW 


Patent bedsteads .1,200 




5 men, 






T 300 


at»15 SI8,ofl 


sold in Haa- 
ss huseltfl. 


each at 

91 ii 








1 par 'lay. 




==^ 



JOIIN S. TYLEH. 



tt4 



[ Doe. Nc'Ses. ] 





DocfexMT 3.— No. 199 


—BOSTON.— i8fe>t*tlf< 


1 


llji" 


1 ! 1 


= 1 


1411111 
Hillill 1 

SlJIllfl ^ 


60bL.cknnitb«uid 


Average va 

lue of real 
estate >i)' 


ArerBge va- 
lue ortool 
&«. aboil 


Aboiil 


AmiTican iron about 1 


ddp^^th. 


i-ach, 


tons each, at 1951 Vbd 
niacoalBboull.SOOehd 




jSOOOe*-! 


Sl.OuO, no 


I9OOO0 


droii9,Bt59i charcoaVUi 




$180,000 


ani'al poiv 
eru»ed, 
860,000 




nnthtaeitc coal, »S4,0I 










Drick yttd 


3,000 


500 


2,000 


Cbv and sand SO 
Dwrds, &c. 40 
4S0 cords wood 1,89 


15 btMS founders 


Avera^ 


Avc'gc ab' 


About 


l^ad pipe, *eet coppe 
mode from foreign pi 
copper, Virpni* oS 




at,'i86,00C 


?l,O00e»c 


»3,0C( 




each. 


no animo. 


each. 




90,O0C 


po'cr a»K 


4S,0p( 


chnrcool, tic, sheet IM 
and bar iron, mvengc'tm 






JJ,M( 












$1,359 each per ainiiUB:' 










18,7* 


Brui founder Mid 


S,OK 


s.m 


10,00( 


3,S00lba. sheet biM. 2,00 


mmufict-r of tin 








2,600 "oWcripper 80 


tid pbtedwarc 










10 coopers 


Average 


.>30§ each 


Ave'g:. 


200.000 W. O. itMei 3 




ab'lli.OO 


about 


100,000 n. 0. do a 




each. 


S,OlK 


S,000 


1.200 m. hoop. ■ t 




SCOOC 




each, 


300,000 do 1 








iO,OOC 


120,000 pair* hea^ng U 



i[eM..'iro.M8, ] 



«M' 





1=1 
IlL 


fili:i 


HI!. 


SI 


l.» 


Ship'! work, Lboiit I.SOO j in Hu*., Iud 


reach. atllBT 50 c 




k»t 


tons. ^UO. iron fencel, Hi'e Lather 


«35 


<),300 






l«><i»cwork,ho»eihoe N. E. SUtes 


iMmen 






■I 


ing. mnchlnerr, &c.,iiinMu> iin 


»16,2r5 






iSoo 


^out 900 tons, >t Kb'tl other N. E. 










|300 per ton, »«y , Sutes 










S4,180,000| 








1,000.000 briokis .t 


Uiuaichuietts 


13 men 9 








«6 per H. 6,000 




■no. of the 
yr. at 11 

2,790 








BetUes, stills, piimpa. 


i in M»»., j 


5attl50 


3 at 50 c. 






boilen, gratt*. mev 


in other of 


34v8r5 


4,S« 






Mirea, kc. &c., average 


the U, 9., i in 










amount about SII.SOO 


foreign couu 










•uJ^perumn^ 


tries 










162,500 












BiHi and tb plated 


Maoi. & Other 


JiatlM 


J at 67 c 


13 at 50c 




nodi, value about 


of the U. S 


11,633 


' 415 40 


1,860 


PSot 


30,000 










f t.«ix 


^ 












8.000 rum hhda. 3 i 


ilnUa*. jlii 


30 each 


3 ea«b 






13.000 moU'BQuka 3 0( 


W. Inies t at 1 40 


»(5Hc. 






30,000 fiali hhds. 1 5 


8. America, Sfi.gCK 


3,596 






80.000 drums 1 0( 


many of the 








aO.000 barrels 6t 


roopeisbci'e 








tS9.00( 


fiah de^en 






t 




tt exporCen 






^ 
















[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Di'ttmirr 3 —No. 300.— BOSTON.— 5aWyfc*|l 



1 



f. 



m 



mi 



fill 3 

ii I ;| 



in 









15 bookbind* 



Gnld l»f, A 

Morocco (kinx, 
Ciir skins, . 

W torn pMtciiDird, Sttfll 

Glued eotton, 3.6ffi 



Paper. 1 

Ink, 

TjT.™, L ■ el 

Lcallicr, J a » " E 

400 <oiu *nttineittl a 
rn^nei, kt ^i 



1.300 rcomi paper, a 

t* 50, ii 
4,000 Ibi. ink,(tSOcts. 



U print-rs ^6,000 cacb, 
Iiubliikonof Ufrs,000 
nempkpen me printed 
bjr ttU 

,c If rns) Inncbw of businrM conuitwd on tbis ihcet iu . 
rtmrtitutln^onotntdF. Some or.tlii: large dealen in bookai 
~ncnti print books ind punphlets. Some of e«ch Uod af AeK 
impluyed in mnnitftcturing' for the otlic^r c«Ubli»hiiKnt>. A | 
litta of stereotype pUtee in tlic huidi of the printen, vhkh 
.0 the lutbon of the works, wbo nuy hmvc no other intereat 



3,IjW 








tit 


t!i!i 


IHi 


HI 














■^ 


111 


iyi:i 


1^. 


lit- 


1 


Bfa^ng of boolu 


UlditpostdDfin 


«B>uJi,M|l 


' c«ch,at 


ti each, at 


ml 


■wMje jier yew 


UusuctiuKB*. 


ascts. 


JOcU. 


aOctn. 




♦.OOOtucli, a 




33, s:^ 


4,550 


13,950 


wi 


SSO.OOO 










T- 












000 












WW 


Qtunk booki— 9>y 


9.10tluM*».i 1. 


4 «. at II 


iocKat 


Avcra^ 


DOO 


10,000 ejcli, » 


lOth exported 


2a cu. 


SOcts. 


ZeachTat 


I 


Blja,000 


)o Wtst Indies 
h. 8. Amcrira 


l5,4Ba 


3.1-JO 


SOcti. 
G.IOtf 


yOook.. p.mphleu 


Suit) in ti\ part) 


20 e«;h. on 


Jcichon 


200 at 


■r ftc. estimitM on 


of Ihc United 


•■rcrage.al 


ive™^ 


ibo.il 40 


■ tUe «e™p;. .t 


Stfttosi but a 


;»i so 


utabont 


Ot*outhe 


■ •4(),1XW «ch. I> 




IStf.OOj 


SOctt. 


lvo^^g:^^ 




SOU,000 


don exported 




12,100 


24, sun 


P 


fi-'wipaperaind nrn 


r:irculatcd Ihifl'- 


4 CT. at 91 


\ encli, at 






gaiiiKs, in yt\\K 


Dqt tlic Dnitcd 


iticts. 


SO CIS. 






kl.nul *I6S,0D0 


Stalo 


22.120 


s.iao 




udi 


othor, that the rmi 


of the wliolc »h- 


uld be tilu 


D into oni 


view, as 



■, binding, am] blank book making. Same of the nt-wapaper c.itabl^sh' 
cniBn^ uieir manuEuturea on their oitn acjoiinlai and ottiere arc wbi>lly 
it\A apparatus, included in tbc averagfe of ten thoiLMnd doIUra c:icb, cun- 
Mi wno an bookaeUets merelyi and, in aome indaoeea, the plates belong 



1 



[Boala of vaHoua ijin Uassachu'tti, 

kifida, 11,000:1 m S. SUtes & 

South America 



Teach, at 3 

St 75 I 

11 ,393j 



JOHN S. TYLER. 



[ Doc. No. SOS. ]] 



>.j301.— BOSTON. 



h 

11 

III 


ni 
fill 


liiii 
1 ll 


° a 

ill 


iif 

iili 


1 

.S 

1 


CbemiolftctD. 


$10,000 


»l,5nO. in- 


#1,000 


Carboy, l.OOO, at 


EMI 


ry- 




cluding two 

horaes 
worth fl 50 
each pr. an. 




»I (1,000 




3 cork cutteri 


11,000 


98,000 


13,000 


None - ■ . 


- 


Chemical bcto- 


10,000 


Included in 


25,000 


Naval storc!^ blue 


Nanl 


'y- 




valuation of 




vitriol, pearl aah. 


Hort 






rcaleitate. 




fiiel 25,000 

Carhoyi. 


OthtTI 

N.En, 




S4,000(>ch 


StOO each 


I.SOO 


ISO barrel. Sour 900 


iWi 




U 34,000 


■a 600 


each ia 


2U,0001bs. butler 3,000 


Virgi. 








9,000 


Egp 3,000 


butta 
Mua., 

Ver™ 


Ciniaga imith 


3,000 


300 


1,080 


Co.1 200 


Virgini 


CaiuUeindwap 


40,000 


12,000 


lOOOOO 


Tallow, 1,600,000 


l>IaaB> 


lactoriei. 








Ih.. at rets. 112,000 
Koiin. 2,000 bbU. 

at 13 50 5,000 
Wicking 1,500 
100,000 buihels 

hoase ishc», 12* 

CK 12.500 
SOOcrdswoodW 8,500 


UUNI 

No»1 

BMbn 



I Doc. No. .308. ] 

Ik. HBaft luid, Jfanu/odurC), Markett, HVitMn, Woga. 



Il 


m 




ill 

S j;* ■ 


III 


m 


1 


1 


fill 


111 

flii 


m 

m 


■»■ 


oa TiViol, 100,000 


i in MaisachusctU 


lit«12S 


1 at 50c. 




<I.K)0 


Ibs-itJJc. *J,SO0 




»1,J50 


JUS 




mde 


Aquifonis 12,000 


i exported. 








900 


lbs. .1 Uc. 1,680 


I in Switb. SUtes. 








b«iL 50 


Spirits of salt 
6,(;001bs.6c. 3G0 










DiA (,000 


Corluofvari- 


In MauBcbusetis 


20 at! 40 


6 at 30 


3 It 50c 




■HI* sizes 33,000 




8.680 


930 


465 


■r<^ 


Ol vitriol, 


Disposed of in >1 


r at 1 3i 








ReSned saltpetK, 

Do barai. 
Do camphor, 
Roiin, raluc 
per j-ew 100,000 


the different States 
oftlie Union prin 

ed to WeM Indies 
and S America. 


2,ris4 






iB^ 


Ddws, candy, 


Mostly sold at retail 




Sat 67 




^H 


wgu-pluint. 


in the city and vi- 


4 at I SO 


3,900 60 




^^B 


preserves, Ic 


cinity, perhapi i 


8,93H 






^■b 


other articles 


exported. 








HR^ 


of confec- 










F^B« 


-tionery 60,000 










wlSx 


Coach kch.i.e 


MsKuchnsetU 


i at 1 50 








work & rf p's 5,000 




I.S60 






b- 


1,000,000 Ibi. 




Itatl 


3 at 50 


6 at 50 


|T3,1I»1 


undli-s, at 

Ujcls. 113,500 
i,0u0,000 Ibi. 
sospMfif.. 120,000 


3-t) Louiidana and 

other Soutli. States 
J exported princi 
pallv to the West 
Indies ai>d !!Mltb 


4,340 


465 


93tf 



.fOBN fl. TVI.br. 



[ Doc. Mo. 308. ] 



DikusbstS.- 


-No. 202— 




ill 


Hill 


ill 


i| 

PI 






i:<inibm&kc» 


;i4,D0u 


,500 


»r,5oo 


Horni, about tJ.OCH Ulpartioftt 












«mB.«tl)» 












uctinicns 


CoinbmnkiTi 


4,000 


l.son 


8,000 


A f.«- horn, 


liluuchiue 


CombmakpT!. 


10,000 


l.SUO 


38.0<K> 


About half the harm 


F-= 


Combiiuiki'ra 


3,000 


500 


l,tfXi 


Horns £;>y 2,0(JuaMMW 


11 coach and chaise- 


\bom4,00< 


Aboul 300 


Abou' 


Leatlier 11,000 each 


,*,« 


makers 


«ch. 


each, 4,500 


3,()0I> 






60,0011 




each, 
4J,(WU 


PainU 200 eachlnw, V- H 
L'imber SOO eachXunibef, « 










W.«llen cloth 800 each 












Uce 200e«ai 












ron SOe«<ih 

4j,750 

Bir.h,pine,whilrwoodj 

and other timber, *ru 




3 cbMraiakcrs 


3,emi»cach, 


SOO.each, 


1,00:' 


III 11,1^ 




9,00U 


1,500 


each. 


H«W 








3,000 


caji« seati iOO ead 
Paints 300 each 

a.ioti 


KMT toll 




Average 


Avcia^ 


Ave-EC 


Birch and pine li'mbcr. 


Vlinadn 




S,0(.« c;ich, 


I.UOO each. 


\000 


cherr>-, ash, and h^ui 


Maine, tf 




liM.OlW 


20.IMU 


cuoh, 
40,00y 


wood, maple, &c. »b'( 

eoOeach 

Hardware.naJl*, screws, 

&c. 300 each 


York 










16,000 





i; Doc. No. 808. ] 



ill 



HI I 



lit 



S5| 
£ = eg 









flS.DOO Ham eoratii SS,(KK) 



GitUer »>t'30ci. i 



^ MaB&chusetti 
j S'juthern States 
I exported 

1(1 J MiHichuietts lO It 
10 \ otiier of the U j,87i 
StBtei 



JHwh 



HunM* 1,000 eu^ 
Coach e« 3,000 each 
Chaises 3,0OU cuch 
Much of the ■ 
put of the stock cm- 
■pltyt^ in tepabing 

130,000 



Neulj'AUiold IT 
Hus , perhaps { 
of die new w >rk 

miiy be exported • 



8 3 eich,at 
rt52ic. - 



JeMJl,al2 

1 35 

3,487 



'bjCabinet fumitiii-e about 

6,000 

hHueh of Ihc labor ia \ 

) votiHl to rcpiin of old 

funuture 17" — 



I each, at I 
135 5( 

62,000 



ach,M 
3,100 



JOHN 8. Tn.BR. 



[ Doc. ITo. 3«8. 3 



3.— N'o. 303.— BOSTON. 



■ll 


llll 

III 11 


PHI 

i ill 


I" 

ii- 


m 

(e-a o £■£■= i"9 

SiiNiil 


1 

\ 

1 

< 


acotdagb ttc 


M0,ooo 


»10,00fJ 


#20,00u 


Hemp, 3.0Q0 pound* 


*B^ 


tt*«r 


one wtt 

w*«M|Mnr. 






Tv, 5,000 bk.it t3 


^» 




One with 
honet 


3,000 

100 
13,100 


3,000 


Flu, 500 poimdi 
Tm, 30 bk 


Plw, 




40,000 


33,200 


1,500 




Icordkge he- 


15,000 


a, 000 


10,000 


350 bla. tor 500 


Nort 


tory 




Wofkedby 

w,3^^ 
«I35 








S dock rowiu. 


3,000 


1,000 


3.000 


S,0001bi. bruicutiiig., 


CHti 


ftctoriei' 


ewh 


euh. 


e«h, 


worth 3;SM 


in] 




3J»0 


3,000 


6,000 








euA. 






vahie about 6,000 






6,000 






1 0,000 Ibt. lead 600 

0,100 

30,000 hhda. 30,000 bit. 


Lead 


3pdwtiUerie.f 


»,000 


800 each. 


Aretrnge 


Utm 




each 


iRclodingli 


■bout 


300 coidt wood, tfj pet 


Woo 




Ptimp. by 


hotsea. at 


9,om 


cord to each, is 


pri. 




ho»e pow- 


P*J^ 


ewh. 


30,000 






er, 2 Mch. 


16,000 


le^ooo 


r00bi..pot-H«l3(l 


Poti 




160,000 






tons '^ u;AI0 

20,000 gJfc whi.k<7, 30 

ccnti 6,00U 

190,000 


»^' 












SdgetMliMk. 


1,«0 


300 


330 


Charcoel 600 


lb« 


er 




honepow 


I hone 
1200 ■ 


Be»ood 300 
900 


T«^ 



EXPLANATION, I 
a^led clock Hid watch mikc 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



i 
\ 


a" 5 

|ir- 




m 

o E £-g 

it!} 
Pii 


mi 

Hil 

m 

< 


113' 

A 
m 




375 tons cordon, tX 


Mau. 19-30 


15 men at 


4 boyi. 






mo per ton 


New York, 1-90 


1.13 p« 
^5,308 


75 c. pr 
day 
#930 




tooo 


Twine, deep sea Unci, 


i3 in Hass. 


4 men, at 


S boyi, 






bed cords, &c. &c 




1.17 pet 


SOcuH 






110,000 




day 


r^ 




M,<MO 


107,300 




19 men 










l,4iOW 


4IS5 










6.858 80 


l,3d5 




M.(1M 


190 tons conbgi;, at 


Ha». andMune 


8 men, at 


I boy*. 






360 per ton 




1.35 pet 


SOMnti 










^■»- 


-f 




■■ -^ 


L900 time pieces 20,000 


i Hassacfaiisctts 
1 New Yo-k 


rroen en 


b-K 




•*. 




ir- 


SOcenU 






. 


[in other of the 


p«rda^ 




— S 




United 9Utei 


14 men 








i in a. America 


4,340 




'■. • 


Cuts (at foot) 




3incn,ea. 


bov.en 




wW., 


4,000,000 gala, mm, at 


New York 


al)l pel 


.1 JO o. 




fnof- 


30ctR 1,200,000 


Pennsylvania 


day 


%'^ 






1000 bb. uteratiia, it 


linriwioiaand 


60 mm 




JMIM 


laiperbL 31.000 
30,003 hhdi. at 3.S0 en. 


SondiRn Statu 


19,m 


3,1U0 
















30.000 bl8.atl. 50 each 












1.371,000 








• 


400 


Varidui kinds of cd« 


All in Mas*. 


7 men, at 






1 300 


took 7.30U 




•ipr'day 










2,170 


. 





^OltAL PACTS. 



• few yean, fittle (except danufted pi 
JOBN 8. 1 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

ItDtmaKT 3.— No. 204 —BOSTON.— **<** •f 



ill 


!ti! 

m 

Hill 


ml 

lull 


§■3 

1 

m 


III ll'^ 1 

ll-Mlii 

mm 


1 

nil 


8 guilder.. 


»3,000 


|2O0Mch, 


«.«, 


(W.,\ leaf, whitiiig.pho- 


Goldl<rfS.Y, P 


Hertgcd 


each. 


1,600 


eic'l. 


ffl»«, k!i«^. sU** "h 


an.l Hksvt «hM 




fU.OOO 




'4,OU0 


leK j^ild .T^c, III all 
•bout lt..,a'J3 iA':\\.- 
Lookinif glau fi'3'i'a>, 
«vep*ge iibout fll,.V.l-J 


*(«.i other ar- 


1 plass houM 


13,000 


1,000 


7,000 


Pearl uhci, .^UUO lh«^ 


SituJ from Dek« 






1 hor«, .t 




■t6cb.;3un-l, ritns.. 


Ind MaMch,at 






2iU 




6,000 lb»., at 9 c.-pts. 


* 


1 golJ t)i*ter 


10,000 


2,1100 


5,000 


Coin of ^Id and s It <.-r 

about 5,000 


United au.Wl*t, 
PhiladelpUa 


Shitten, »e 


3,500 


300 ocb. 


3,000 


Fun of vanniii kinds 


N. w saM,m 


rmged* 


»ch, 


3,000 


each. 


5,000, trimmlnc' 30U, 


and Ne« Totk 




15.000 




12,00(1 


euh 31,800 




30h>tdeBlen 


- 




- 


30 reams p^er each, 
a 90 Kama, nt 3 54 

3.1i0 


MuncbuMfli 




l.OOO 


500 each. 


4.0« 


Gold coin and old sold 


North aMS.C»ia 


■rengcd 


e«ch, »»e 


•VWigC 


cwh. 


4,000 each, jets 5'rt 


Jcta. PeMH\W» 




rmge 4,001 


2.000 




each 18,0D(J 










16,o6( 







EXPLANATIONS, RUU) 



* There are, conqkUBtWek, hv hUa manufkctured in Bo«i>n of the number wM I 
dty. Thrce-fourthi tf the dealers have their hat) mado In the nei^iboring Iowa 
brougiit into the cK} to be trimmed: the trimming ia dune by fcmalea^ ofwtiamMckJ 
Iku a greater or len number inhU cmployneit'. 



[ Dws. Nc 3M. ] 



*U 



11 

II 






km 



'll 






iH! 



> $ftio 

kJi) nld BZ« 
h a3,4(H 



Gilt frunes uid look' 

in; gluBei, t,tengt 

about f9,0W <sd), 

73.000 



18,00u 
. ■>■. rart *-"--' 
UDm. 70,500 

Mil 4,000 



Gold tear, do. bronze,!] 

do. fail 55,0UU; sl- 
yer 1c^, do. foil 
H.IIM 6i,0(W 

HtkUorTBriouskiuib 
about 13,000 

90,g-M 




UkmncwAL i>\cTa. 



anew onn fenou empbTed to tbat porppw, 



%—tia. 305.— BOSTON,- ynhitifc ^ JH 






HoBcry fcctwty* 

Kineiron fuunJrict 

Four ink makcn < 



Hook and ej-e 6 
lory (see olver 



[ill I 
.he 

ma 

160.000 



^Ul'. -. - 

t3,500 
30.000 



8,000 

1 horse ca'h 
it 7S cts. 



».[il p« day 
1,000 



■i'3|i || i 



100 lbs. «lk tl.OOUBi 

3,0IX>" woollen yam 3,[>00 j 
Cotlon viTJi '"" 

600.0001' 
Loal imd wowl 100.000 ! 



h 2,(K)0 
G.OOO 



Sbeel lin» l.SOOav 

Sheet iron 300Shi 

2,100 Bu 



ESPj:.AIMTIONS, M 

Main ft>BfuK7ind iritt ptoiMUr be noGh ealsged if t 



I Doe. No. 



308. ] 

vlttb, WMmm, Wagu. 



% 


ill 

PI 


Iff 

ill 


HI 

m 
ilp 


m 

i 


ill 

lib 




H 


i. 


< 


< 


< 


■nHoDi En^ 


Silk, cotton, «.d 


AUinM>». 


3U at « 


3 at SOc 






•■ooUenhpUery $33,000 




(9,300 


fJlO 




• 30^000 


Steun engine* and ma. 
chinery for vuious pur 


MasUyinN-E 


SO0all35 


20 at 30c 






all in the V. 


116,230 


3.1O0 






poses, kettlcn, sbot. 


States 










^nlei, itoTe», kc 












1,100,000 


Mostly toW in 


8 at 1 25 


♦ et 50 c. 




IdindodKr 


Prinlcre' ink rO.OOQ 


.Mass,, say 4- 


3,100 


620 




iaiW«iao.goa 


Writing ink 5,000 


3thii, the real 
in other of 
U>e U. S. 


















fci.W-1 


Hooks Mideyei 30.000 


Sold in the U. 


Sat 3 50 


3»t30c. 


16 M SOc. 


jyxw 




S„ mortly in 


2,170 


310 


2,480 






Han 








saki^ul 


3Qn locks and trimlngi. 


For refl trade 


Bat 100 






VfMceebcb 


^Hcs, muikets, & fowl- 


in Man. 


3,430 






ing piecis 4,000 










i'Im 900 


1,000 dot. ahochuD- 




S at 1 25 






dkd 370 


men 4^000 


) N. York b 


3,225 






.eol 335 


SOOdoz. nail do ^300 


Penn, 




















■h* ao 












, , . 30O 


Grates and Fend- 


Haasaehuaetti 


I5atl35 


SatrSc. 




« 1.800 


c« 21,000 




3,81! 301 1,39s 




^ 900 






1 





nVltUnTAL FACTS. 



JOHN S. TVLEII. 



. [ Doe. Nft. SOS. 3 



i 


mm 


mn 


i 

1 
.J 

j 

i 




> > \ 




t- 


« 


SOmMfcinitt*' 


*J.lW<.ca 


»1.000ca 


2,000 


Wrouriil iron, 30 tona. 


ttcm 




i» 90,000 


isSU.OOO 


»ch,is 


at (100, #3,000 








S iteam en. 


jO.UOO 


Cast iron, ISO tons, at 


Ha> 






gtaet, at 




tlM. 18,000 








l.iOOper 




Coal, wood, &c., «y 


Peni 






yew 




#10,000 








20 horses It 




Ltimber, 3.000 


M»i 






175 ea. 








6 leather dress- 


1,600 each, 


300 each, is 


i.'ooo 


Leather, 1 , 


Mw 


■nandauritn 


ii 9,600 


13,00 


each, is 

e.oou 


Soap, 

TaJlow. a S 

i^tnT^lr'- la" 

BW&n^. 5 
Coppews, J «a 




Himm« factory 


1,000 


500 


500 


American iron, 1 ,O0U 


Pen 






I hOIW. It 






Vir| 






»Upr.ye« 




Charcoal, 50 


Mas 


Fringe «idtMK 


1,OOC 


100 


350 


Cotton silk. 300 


So. 


"Sctory 












Cbun cable be 


2S,00C 


10,000 


30,00t 


ISO tons end, 3.000 


V-m 


toryt 








30 tons American 
iron. 1,MQ 





* Thii cl*M oT nrtiians present! n great rariet^ of punuiti, under the Mn 
tigiuilion. Sonic of the p^TMns, tnelvded in this eatiinate, roiglitbe properi 
btochn^tfii, vhikothen tcareely lue any but ^ finer metalt. iiancMiu^ 



( Doe. No. 308. ] 



3:1 



ill 



■|.st«1. 

Mil, 
llilll 






fi- 
ll r 

jss-s 



|5>l| 

Hi 



44« 



Sir-" 

m 



It 



lOOtO^ at 

«»,ooo 

r,'*pe)ter. 



Frintin^ pteiMS and 
nMcbine^ of tuvhu 
kind* steun cagiaet, 
he ; tvengf «ti,SOO 
each, b 9195,<»0 



Drened leather of va- 
rioui kind*, vj 8 SOa 
each, u 910,000 



IVul hammeri, 5,000 
hoc hammen, 4,000 
Forging- hammers. 



poutidi uy 10 

r'i,aeo 



6at|l 
50 eta. 

2J9U 



I eut baa, but u* intended ■• that patt of the material! of a maehinitt which m 
1 and defiveied to lun by the bon fcninder, 

I liililin of the cable factory 'i« an eitimate Tounded on the be«t informatioo to te 
, tbc pfop ric tow rcfunng to make a ratiin), 

JOHN S. TTUW. 
67 



4<0 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Dmiinut 3 No. 207.— BOSTON .- 



4 



Mill 



ml 



1 1 



Ill sill. 



US 
Mi 

III! 



10 iDMt maker* 



iiMlhemmtical 
itruraent a 
km-* 

Marble and color- 
ed paper bcto- 

GO mihinent 



3 DKutwd hcxa- 



$S,000 

150,000 



l5o[0OO 



3,300 toiu pine n 
at98pertoii,S20,lX)6 

Spnice timber 
for spare 6,000 

Oak tiTober for 
cipi, Sk. 5/)00 

Wood, paper, n 



60,000. 



Straw braid, wit*, 
foiuulatian miulin, 
cotton cloths, tSOO 
each, ii 3S,000 



11,500 Huitardi 
>ch,i)J at«4 
*,SI>0. 



Stnw.Mial: 



), eiccptiDg' the trifling e: 
ported In■t^IlIle^tl^ and k' 



* Ttw trade i« not 
&ctiire, wtw are Tcndera of blurted m•t^IlIle^tl^ 
or ckaninj, rrpairing' aod adjnitiiig 
Iciwre time in makinf^ a few iieir inil 

f Thii manuficture ii aiutained by tbe protectii 
ane tinwt it U Mid Hut the article W ' 



to which thoae paimtwttr 

LinutandbarftrtelinM 

Theae perm* OM^Ij^ 



C Doc- 1^0- 3*>8. ] 

*!%» ak, Jfc f ii f di ii rf , Mmmfrdwa, Mwbtt, Wvkme>,Wtgtt. 



451 



IJI 

SB 




«||j 

i|li 


nil 


lit 


1 




Hill 


1 ° .= 


lib 




MMtB, spin, api, tops, 
&c., for Tcuels, 7,000 


The urhole 


Smenea 


2bo,.ea. 






for the sup- 


ii 50 men 


is 30 boys 






<ach, is T0,000 


ply of new. 


at fl 50 


M SO cti. 










per day. 


per day. 








rf old ''v™ 


as.BJO 


3,100 
















^«~l.t<mro>d. 




For retail 


Intinea. 


1 boy ea 




*. ISM 


(fiuigmg fods. niles, 


tt«IelnBo>- 


» 4 men 


u. 4 boys 






kc 3,000 




»t 1 25- 


at JU cU. 




■O^b:. 400 


610 renin mufale and 


In all Ihe 


4 men. al 


3boy»,ri 


3gWi,«t 




colored p«fi«r 6,S50 


States. 


1 20 pet 


60ct9.eft 


ifctTe^ 








day. "^ 


per day. 


per day. 


fc»fc iH ,8,000 


Bonnets, uid other ir- 


Kas&LchuMtti 








«Mh,S U^QQO 


tide* of fenuJe sppi. 


U the nei^- 






Mid girb 




r<l; iren^ S.IXiO 


boringais. 






«. i.430 




each, a 300.000 








U75et«. 
per day. 


*« inpm .Id 


Prepuvd nuutird. 


MusachuKtti 


3men,.t 






"to TSS fcr 


p^und coffee md 




11 each. 






r-»''"e^'- 


.pices, 4,S00 ewh, 
ii 1.1,300 




per day. 







JOHN a TYLER. 



m' 



d Doc. No. 308. ] 





DooiniUTS 


-No 308— LTNN.-AMUi<ibi 


^1 

1 


ihii 


mil 

m 


Is 

pi 


mm 

l||5|4f 

i!5i;ri 


III 


Sopticiuu 


1^,000 


»B0O 


ll.DOU 


Silver & gold»4,0Ul 
Coah, «y SCh. 


CoiBOfthc 

aU dTer 
udN.' 


SoffMbuiU- 


15,000 


1,100 


6,000 


Lumber 1,00u 
Lead pipes 2,WMJ 
I'aint*, kc. 300 
leather SOU 




3 pocket book 


9,000 


800 


5.000 




.laaachui 










Morocco f J nn.1 
P«per > 


Mew Voc 


•5rinfe« 


4,000 


£00 


1,000 


BOOf.rigKing 176,000 


lU^ng;!! 






etch is 


»ch i< 


Slocka 36,00< 




ken.) 


20,1)00 


2,300 


s.ooo 


Tar, JOO bbU. 3yu 
Tallow 340 
Leather 7,30>. 


NcwYoi 
rmr, N. Cn 
Taaow, ib 
Leather, H 

York; a« 


Whitinc* mstiti- 


4,000 


SOO 


3,00 


None. 


Massaclntf 


6c£»y 




3 hones, 
(100 each. 




Except caiiks, 40-. 





EXPLAHATKms, BEl 



m ciNtan in tiiii d^ for the ihip owner to fiinuih the ri| 
^ by tbe rigger, wtio wppliei tar, leMher, cmitm, XtOow, 



3?.! 



wm': 



I Doc No. 3*8. ] 

b MMt Umiufiitym, M&rkdi, Wirkmtn, Wafti. 





^1! 


!iiin 


11- 


ill 


ni 




|s. 






m 








111: 


III: 
pi! 


IJti 

fib 


tor. 


Jpeclicles. eye gluKS. 


.Ul sold in Kb» 


6 men «i 


i boys at 




iUo. 


Itc, nr 10,00il 




»l,50pet 


6J4 cti., 




a.ii<k, 






12,790 


1387 50 




«)MI 


Cbntcb and pulor or 


Uoitly told In 


ISmenal 


3 boys at 




»go 


pw, «y 15,000 


««.,.. wmepwt 


l.iO per 


SoJenla 








In neighboring 


day. 


per day, 




5S 




State* 


6,973 


463 




bn 


Pocket books, mJleU 


Wjim., hJf 


10 men at 


4 boys at 


SrirUU 
SO cent* 


•*"«« 


cardcMt^hoio^&o 


thode liland, N. 


1 50 per 


SOccnt^ 


S^tXto 


>t]r 18,000 


Vork, PonnBjrl- 


day. 


per day. 


pr. daf 






raJiia, und Loub 


4.650 


620 


each. 






ima, half 






574 


&«. 


Rigging vessult, »ver 




W men at 






4r » ^.-.cii. « i2i 


Muwchusetta 


I 55 per 








*e»eb,>ia,82i»ch. 


<lne-fourthHune 


d.y. 






«IW 


bi 3M,13S 




1M>} 






.t»6 


150 tons whiting: It 81 


Massac liusctts. 








1,M0 


pe ton,k 2,2ii 
Cuks 4 '0 




2 men at 
1.50 per 
dav. 






1 




930 





ONAL FACTS. 



JOHN 9, TVLBH, 



7»»>"«^»"W »l 



,[ Doc No. 308. ] 

VMntnT 3.-Na. 309.— BOSTON.— &laM« ^ aCM^t*Mb .J 



II 

1 


m 
liiii 


ill 


it 
-1 

ii 

pi 


i^itlii 
iiiri;i. 

iililili 








>■ 




E- 




IS puiiten *nd 


Arerap: 


About |130 


Average 


Palnts, oil, putty, and 


naopDjm 


gW.c« 


about 


each 2,330 


about «800 


glass, spirits turpen 


H».t»A<l 




|1,SOO e»ch 




1.800 


tine, &c. about 3,000 


thco<lh«< 




32,900 






each 45,000 


KbaftenVl 


13 pump & block 


2,000 eich 


600 each 


3.000 each 


0»k and other timber 


Sf»«lua4 


limke™- 


2,400 


7,*00 


36,000 


• 500 each 6,000 


^Sto^ 


PhUosophicU ia- 


1.500 


600 


400 


Glass lOO 




■mmentmker 








Copper 10 
Brass 100 




Beedmiker 


1,000 


300 


aoo 


Iron wire 9,500 lbs. at 

17 cts, .193 

Thread, &c. 100 


Conneok* 


3 lUteraf 


1,000 each 


f. SO each 


3,000 c»ch 


NaiU 1,000 


UUMChllK 




1.3.W0 


is 90 


is 9,000 


Lead 1,150 


MiwMri 


Spirit* of turpcn 


],00q 


1,000 


3,500 


t.OOO bbli. lurpcniiiie 


NonbCinl 


tiDefactoiy 








at I SO 6,D0tJ 




1 nw miDI 


10,000 


!,000 w»tcr 
power 9*00 
per year 






1 


■ Iti«wdth>t 
Kded th« rouu& 


theme of the n«ent litimntonblockihu, iamgrMt-nieMn^l 
cture of ■hip*' bbek* by hwd. utd th»t the penoni enRiced ia ttV 


ma an in Ac tut 


Int of bOTii 


VthepMem 


btockita 




,' 



[ Dqc No. 308. 3 





III 

i 


11 

liliii 


II 11 

m 


HI 

11 

fill 


il 


■Bd 


Book, ahip, and 


ininHaaaachu 


Imennch 


1 binr each 
at 30 cent* 






tign ptinting and 




« I 33 per 




t 


^ing, «ver»ge 




ilay,60roen 


CA« 




*0M 


About t 6.000 




24,738 






90,000 










e 10 


Slupa, blockii, ind 


lUlInMuMchu 


B men each 


f,'x-S 




^000 


puinpi, and hoiue 


tett* 


at 1 33, n 




nd 


pump^ 5,000 ewh 






24boy« 




ICfc 


60,000 




29,685 60 


3,730 




SJBOO 
















UaauchuKtts 


3 men at 1 








mm of vurioua 
kind* B,500 




'TA 








lleeda 3,000 


Uasaachutetls 
ind N. Hamp- 


3 men at 1 
per day 

930 






m ' 




r-a Mawachf a 


M men at 1 


3boj.at7i 




dSM 


house. 53,000 


1.8 adJoininK 

Statei 


S men at S 

^ flaw 


'-'S.'^i 






SOvbou^ turpentin' 
1,500 bbli. K»in 










10,50C 








lH8» 


1,10011. ft. Tene«n 


Ua«sachuKUE 


5 ben at I 






« 


atajeu. S,2J 




Cu63 SI 

















r • ray g^ood quality woukl be braugfat from Vomoot, if Aere vtt 

onreyanea providctL 

agrayiiAiniMMd by cabinvtmakert, and Mw«d iirtOTenecn at 3 to 3 o 



jeKN S. Tn.BB. 



4M 



C tkic. No. 308. ] 

DMVKnT 3— Mo. 310.— BOSTON.— ftftedUk if' 



II 






]Iinu&c'i7 of pltui 



Hi I 



.S5fu 



6,000 
30,000 



1 

Ills 



III 



3,000 Anthncile c 



2,000 each 1,300 
6,000 etch 

3.60O 



400 2, Out! 
2,000 lU, 000 



^3 g ■^' 2 -^ -r '■ ^ 



Casting! t 

Lumber 5,1, 

LeaUicr, oil, ciolh, 
■pihti lurpentine, 



i 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

HMA naed, Hamfiulwc*, Haritb, Whrkmeit, Wagtt. 



487 





if 


MM 


Hi 


4li 
f1l 




< 

r 




itil 
fill 


rill 


2,400 


PbncH and tool* for c»r- 




3 each, at 


I at JO CI 




KWIMdGOO 


pentert, joiners, and 

cihinet mike«, about 

(IO,0flU 




1135' 

3,4arso 


»lii 




».t«SS 


Plane irona about 30,000 


Pifferent part; 


lOatl S3 


3 at 62j 




OHtfUel, 




of the U. Stales 


4,133 






ffn>.4,0U 








386 




•ire«,OM 


SOO piano fortes, worth 


i Ma™cbu«elis 


20 each. 






b.^ 


fiwnS23Slo 400 each. 


jinoUierofthe 


at 1 7.i 






3,000 


principally of the sq'r 


United States, 


33,iiO 






3.000 


fonn, Imrmany grand 


princl pally tlie 












southern and 








dolLiOO 


140,000 


WcMem 








■ Ad- 












Bopd SOO 












dkHki^ 


Coach, chaiw, and haN 


Nearly all in 


2ea=h,a1 


I each, a 




-tXSw 


nc!5 Irimmings, say 


Mawachusetla 


1 SO 


SO cents 






9,000 




3,790 


46J 




600;S!ilp» wort lO.OOfl 


i Mastachiuctts 


10 at las 


6atS0cs 




450 


Pumps, !ic, 5,000 


J Maine 


3,87i 


93( 




loia 3.500 




3 each, a 


1 each, a 


!atSOc»- 




20,0«l 1 in Dtlier Ne» 


1 00 


37 cenU 


310 




England Stale 


4,651 


573 5 





4(8 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

cmiiiT 3.— No. 211.— UOSTllV. -Shhrdaktlf »m^ 





ikli 


mil 
IIJlJ 

iSii 


a. 

III 


llllpi 


SI 




f4O,0OW 


S6,0C« 


(.(WOO 


Paper. H.OOO 


HMVhuu 


WjibtislinienlK, 








tjoppcr, 300 


("to 


Tcra* 








1„.T 300 


Po 
CDniK«tk< 




3,000 each 


1,000 cadi. 


l.OOO 


paper, 30,001) 


MaabrlM 




ip.?0,OUO 


ii 10,000 


10,000 


Ink, .IJW.t 
roal, 1,000 


TennM 


Pearl manufac- 


3,0OC 


2.000 


2.000 


Mother of pi^rl shon. 


But, 


tory 




ricam pow- 
er. 1 horse 




brw'glit ■!! Am(rrii:an 
ihlp, frnui the Paeifi.-, 
OL-ean, Rlimiltl be pla- 
ced on llle "Wine tbtrt- 
inijvithollandwlule 
bone. 




LMt factory 


4.000 


:i,ooo 

2.000 per 


S.SOO 


120 co>-ii» rocV maple 
timber, »IS9 per cord, 
1,080 


-Maa« 



[ Doc. No. SOS. ] 

Oti, Hhflliilh «Md; Miauiftelarvi, Marhit, Worfmtn, fFage*. 



M» 



! 
i 


11! 










1 




riifs 


llll 


fid 


•3,000 


Pjjmta, nwpt, »ig. 


|Ma«ac1iuwit»l6nien, nwMt 


10 wlio n- 


30, priiKi 


5,00(1 


netted pbtcis 


t inotherof llic ortUem piipUs 




p;,Hj cm- 


. oil. 


(ardi,(loorpLteB, 


llnilnl Stktea. w1io rtociic 


ir, fj aiKl 


[llnj.j CO- 


■«00 


«):.&cav4bout 




cloll.ii.K.«M 


..,;,.K r...p9 




i50,U00 


Smith Atiierica silion except 


W .l-. per 


.iji..>i,iS..c 








1., 


p«.Uy 


300 


Pkte., Cttda, .nd 


Priiiolpialy In 40 men itll 


Id lioyn ul 




the onwmcntal 


Ih;. StBte. 


35pcrd.y 


30 . <* per 






poKioM of th^ 






.i.y 








inMuDe 










■7 80,000 










,Wh 


Bockl«, combu, 


HijnnHui. 


10 men >t f 1 




?■ >ptU at 50 


•JS. 


Mer folden, luui- 
dfe» for knWt.. 


lUfmotlier 
p.rt. of Ute 


l«rd^ 




.».p«J», 


luMMK 


WUOIU. &c &c. 


UnioQ 








••<* 


bi vdue uy 










P«*. 


13,000 










TSo 












. 


aboemnUr's lasu. 


2 m Hesnchu 


36 men >t f 1 








»,U00 |>er annum 


seltH, 11 nut her 
SluiiM of tlie 
Union 


PM<% 







JOHN 8. TTLER. 






[ Doc. No. 309. J 

Doemawi 3.— No. S12.— BOSTON.—iSUaU; of H 



II 

ii 


!tlf 

3 .To S- 


il 

1 sis 


§■5 

il. 

Si. 

11 


mm 
111 II; 




P. 
Ill 




ill til J i 






>1,3(» 


ei,3ou 


10.000 


700 lona sonp-slonc, at 


Nn 


er». 






dolU. 


$28, 20,000 


u>d 


JJ alonccutting 


80,000 


6,000 


20,000 


Granite rtone 60,000 


>U 


yards. 




10 horscB 

ei.joo 




maAle, elate, &c. 6,000 


Per 
uid 


1 silver plater. 


3,000 


2,J0O 


1,000 


SUver 1,500 

malcablc iron castings 

500 

easting, 500 

Sheet brass 500 
Fuel 300 


U. 
Coi 


aWp KTaper and 


t.OOO 


1,000 


1,800 


Wroucht iron, 10 tons 




trowel factory. 




ahor-adoa 




1,000 


Sc< 






e^h. 




Coal, 30 tons 300 


Pa 




13,000 


800 


6,000 


Tobacco le«f 6,000 


Vir 
tuc 


Pire engine biuld- 


2. 500 


2,000 


3.000 


Sheet copper, and bran 


lU 










ciadnn 3,000 
Iron and leather, vrood. 




















&c. IS. 000 





[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

I, tie. MilaiAttud, Ibmifidurt*, iMut*, Wo^nun, Wagtt. 









m 



?iri 

'it'* 
■11^1. 

llliii 



IHi 



III 



ml 



|S loves, (ire places. 



mrflerafor 

^ories, &c. 43,U0O 
5,000 He va^tnite 

180,000 
SLktu and mirble 

20,000 

1200,000 

10 Coach, chiuc, and 

uid harness fiirni- 

10,000 



iraa 1,000 



eooe of benganiM, 
(u> «f row*, Cuba 
■d St. 



HauaclUKtts 

and adjtiniiig' 

States. 

iUIfmHuaa- 
chuKtU, hair ir 
N. York, Penn- 

>}'tvania, and 
Louinana. 
UaMachiiKtU. 



Brick Inntela, 
plastering trow- 
els, ^p Knpen, 
kniveii, 7 .000 

1,00(^000 American 
cigars 3,000 

,000,000 do. fi 
Spanish tobacco . 

9,000 

30,000 lbs. anufr 

20 c. lb. 6,000 

(18,000 

3 engines per year, 

at teoO, 4,800 

Repain, Ice 3 ,t 



PrincipUlf in 

HaisMtusetU 

Prindpally in 



35 girU 
at 50 cU. 



HaMBchusetls. 



■p. day, 

2,32^ 



JOHN S. TTLBR 



II 



Suigic*] ii 
mcnt Duker, & 



lie 

f E-31J: 

?«!, = .-= 

•^-g ^-^ =^ &|^-i 

lllllljlifi 



[Dm. No. ■308.'] 

BaouMBBT 3— No. jU.— BOSTON.-. SiSiJiifciyiiwiJ 

Is 1114 i 









(10,000 



swo 



6.000 
14,000 






11 

iK 



itiing bunutreuail 

l'i.300A'ew Till* 

600;Kcw Vork 



■W ol.Cixiliindd* 

ii 



Chi.rcoii1 a 

rlul *;i<N> « 
Olilailvcr andli. S.|Si)v.-i 

8i,2iii>i colli, ho. y 

Lc^tlwr. 300 cjicli 
ings 1,W0 

44,UU0 



Unen dtick 160 pfl, 
2. — 
CoUim dutk 50 

lit rope 6 Ions 

Twine uid ■puny 

is sriooo 



' ' EXPLANATIONS, BE! 

•Thereucininy petty iMveraroittu employed in repuriiiff, uid in amalljobtlbri 
tn. The above Eltteniunc c(iiTi;>n!Jc:< all the coiuiderftble inaniiriLrtui'ets. 

f The saddle, hartic-:!!, ^tiiij Imiik nuking' busineu is ^nt:rally imitedt but init 
principi'ly to one bi-ineh aiid souii: to anodier. Then are nwa; pen 
buHDeM vita do litlk el*e Uaa repair old trtkcte*. 



[ Doc No. 301. ] 



463 



III 

Hi 
111 


m 


^m mm n 


.s? , 

1 ws 






fck* T 


Stock*, •Hi^ppndcn, 


i in MwB. 


3 >t l.Si; ) a. SOc. 


Abuiit 90 


« i (8,000 


glovM, hoaicry 


i Neiv York 


I>erd.y 


»I55 


■t 37Jc. 


s 


40,0001 Pciin. 


#773 




10,4fi3J0 


: 1 " 


TrUMe^ brandi, stuiips All 'mid m Hu 


I at 3.00 






««1 SUtgksl ilUtni-l McllUMttS 


030 








menta 3,UOT 








cable*, rtone, fqr 


Silver spoons ind forks, | in M«m. 


OBti.so 


2 at JOc 1 4 M SOc. 


,n><»U,&c 


Hlver nluc of van- j in Maine and 


torh 


each 


cub 


, 12,000 


ouakindi HJ,000 oiiicr N. E 
Stuci 


*.&SQ 


1,-J40 


680 


K «n^ locks. 


Ssddles, briddJej, W j b Hus. 


*atIJ3 


3 M 62ic 




■H>dle>. bD<!lclev 


ucs. & tnuikar,000'l l.o»i)ianisnd 


eauh 


3.87J 




hoMiManjIMeiclj 


cjch, >i 7tt,oO0 


!ior Siati.-. 


1S.4M 






lO.UOD 


Engiiii.- how, »nd fire 
caps, SCO each, is 

3,000 

WliUpy equipments 
SOO ^h. ii 2,000 


Imported 








bite KMiia dock 


SiUi 25,r00 e»ch. Is 


4-5 Mus. 


Q It 130 


3 >t TS^. 




eb i,?00 


385,500 


I J ll:,iiie und 


nch 


eiich 




irft.HaUMdduck 




Nc..- York 


41,850 


6,973 




^ 1,900 












Dib EngUd^OucL 












th soo 












, Ib^ Ru-i» bolt 












— e«h 400 












■^ >• 3H,U00 













I A0DITIONAI, PACTS. 

rbe nilnukem compUIn that the hi^i diitieo imposed on duck, by the tuilTm 1838, hat 
■lO a practice vt harinfc sails fitted to veim-ls ubroad, wlif rcbi , they ta.y, their buanets hw 
1 much prejudiced. Many of the Milmakers in ibis city have diicondnued the buaiocM 
^. f— fome other cause: but othert havt. :.oiiuni:iiccd the tnde. 

JOHN 8. TYLER. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 







314.— BOSTON^-MaMt ^ Jfci^ 


m 


til 
11 


Ml! 




llilll! 
Hi III 


1 


100 tailor* 


(3,000 «ch 


(SO wl. 


M,500 


Cotton & woollen ckjflu. 


Hand 




it2iM,0»0 


ia S,000 


each is 
350,000 


J4,000 each, is 

*«o,ooo 




S Kpe «id stereotype 


10.000 


4S,000 


5,000 


34 tons lead. It Sets pr lb 


Umam 


27,000 


6,500 


29,000 


3,000 
Fuel 1,000 


Hand 




OTiWO 


5l,iU0 


34,000 




35 tin plate and sheM 


«v.«00ea. 


IT. 300 ca 


IV- 2000 


American Hhect iron, say 


P<«^l 


i»n workerti 


ii 10J,DO0 


is r,500 


e>c1i ii 


I ton each, ia 35 ton 


M. 








50,000 


S,00O 
Cod, 10 ton each, ia 
WO ton 2,35[l 


MM 


T»inc fiiclory 


J,000 


600 
3horwa 

300 


133 


Flax 3,rsO 


P««q 


Type foundry 


8,000 


S,000 


10,000 


20 torn lead 3,400 
Fuel 400 


MinoBi 
MaMJ 



The ectioiate of the taSoring bunaess is founded o 
«blained. Tt has become unl^ of late veara for most of the 1 
(tock of ready made cigthinff, and although it is Bupposed tl 
H increaaing, yet it has out been practici^le to diatinguiah quantities more preebely. i 

I'he buameaa of the tin plate and ihect iron workers ia much intermixed vtth that of | 
fbundeni coppennAbik balance makett, and othets, at iriU be perceived on xthtvi 




[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



4 it 


ill 
4?: 


liilf 


Hfl 


ill 




i|.6 


l:|^ 




l-M 


|ly 


ill 


III! 


.K|lt| 


fill 




fill 


bfc ) »ii,ooo 


Gannents of cverr di 


\l<is&y for home 


2 euh is 


1 each if 


»..,.^ 


p4 AS« 


•cription,»*cr.:.bo.. 




300, M (2 


100 U 50 


is 1,300 


826.WWeMh, is 


slop c'othing for 


«1II6,0>W 


S15.500 


at .50 


\ 


#3,600,001. 


luvy and mcr 
chuil sliips. 






■201,300 


f^-'^Si. 


80,000 lh.t>pei3S,(»t 


finN.E.. ii„ 


681111.50 


23 at .45 


46 It .43 


50,000,000 enu 


oHierpaOaU.S. 




3,':u3 50 


3,989 20 




stereotype 


residue export- 


31,620 








pkte^ My 36.300 


ed to W. L and 










71,iOv 


S.A. 








ipktM, A 




) Mui . k other 


4 «ch is 


1 each ii 


10 or is. 


K. copper 1 13,000 


ware of various kinds, 


ytstes, i exptd 


100, w 


■-'3 at .S( 


i»yU, 


tlSSr Wi. 


sav $5000 e»ch, ia 


principaJlytoS 


1.50 


3,873 


.1.30 


M«u« \xjm 


130,00( 


America. 


♦5,500 




1,705 


bekt» J 












- - -■ 


84,000 lb« twine, Bl 33) 


%lasnchu>etu 


a.t 1.67 


1 IX .30 


Sal .45 




cti per lb 8,000 




each 
1,035 40 


155 


697 SO 


lhD>r. block tin 


S0.OOO lbs types. ) Mm»., i other 


15 at 1. SO 


5 It ,45 


9 >t .30 


i.ooa 


21,B00 Slate*, residue 


5,973 


837 


1.393 



nONAL FACTS. 

It bu not been pncticable to 



[ particular return tb*n is here 



1 of the Ust mentioned type foundry declined miking i parllcidar return, 

B nombcr of work people they cmplny, from which tliis esliraitc is made by a 

Bwitb thettCMonrpe buiiaoM, 

JOHN 3. TYLER. 



4M C Doc. No. 308. ] 

DMDXm 3.— Ho. 315.— BOSTON.— &Muft tf I 



If 

! 


fill 

m 


mil 

m 

rill 


lis 

m 


mm 

SI Hi' i 


1 

.2 

s 

i 

>■ 

5' 


lOiunbrellaand 


Aver, about 


AvEr.»bout 


About 




Sea 


oncnuiken 


»r.ooo e.. 


«300auih 


tio.uou 


erica, itjout 40 ton, at 
SO doUan 
Cotton cloth for coverinr 
UTDbrellu, about ^,000 
vardi, at 20 cents 

ferulw, »y 5,000 dollfc 


fc8 


1 uinbrelUnuu 


8,008 


soa 


6,000 


Cotton to cover onibrel- 


mm 


ker 








s.ooo 


u 


Wbjpnukera - 


s.ooo 


400 


1,000 


WluJebone, 300 


wu 




8.0Me«ch, 


SOOocb, 


»,000e». 


Feslhera, 8,000 each. 


tM 




40 ,000 


1,200 


30,000 


i. 4S,00« 
Hotse hair, BOO e»ch, 

is 48,000 
Tickingi, 1,000 EMh. 

a 6,000 


Km 
itt 

M 




3,000 each. 


200 e«h, 


13,0«0e>. 


Oak. pine, and other 


IM 




ii 45,000 


18 3,000 


>< 18,000 


timber, 2,000 eaoh. 


-1 










a 30.oa 










Paints, 100 each, is 1,300 


1 




3.000 Mch, 


JOOeich. 


3,000 ea. 


Ash and oak timber, 600 


a 




it 9,000 


bl,S0O 


iii<l,000 





[ Doc Nd. 308. -} 

, IX r i J Mb imd, JfaM^Wuro, UoHkU, WiiHmat, Wagit. 



H 


Iff 


!illi 


H-i 


B. 


llj 


1 


IIjI 




! ^1 

IB 

fiJJl 


ii 

fill 


ifl 


OMdtoao 




J in M.BS.i f 


J each, on 


a each, at 


5 each, at 


Mtuibr- 


ouiea, muaical in- 


in other parts 


Ihe aver, at 


SOcts. 


SOct*. 


&■ IDd 


ttnunents, aboir 


of Ihe (J 9. 


11 SO 


13,100 


•7,75* 


i^iMmh 


150,000 dotk. ; by 


Imported to 


13,950 






V ll.dk 


each eitablishment 


South Amer- 








b<»7. «d 


on the ftvcngc, sav 


ica,A&icB,the 








.*^ 


liO,OOU 


Wert Indies. 








WO,oott 




&C. 








ly, dMn" 


DmbrelUi, about 


Mostly sold in 


Sat »1 SO 


4sl7DcU. 


lOatSOd^ 


B, 10,1X10 


31,000 




2,790 


868 


1.5i« 


•ff. ke.. 


Whip^ 3,00fl 




4 all as 


- 


3 at SOcti. 


600 






l.SSO 




340 


|«»>«ch. 


Beds and mattreues, 


JinMua., J 


4 each, at 




Beach, at 


Sir 


30.000 doUa. each. 


In other New 


1 35 




SOcts. 


130,000 


Eng. States 


9,300 




7,«. 


I»«kH>, 


Carta, trucki, sleds, 


AllinMaasa- 


6 each, at 


1 each, at 




7.S00 


wb«lbafTOwa. ws- 


chusetts 


1 10 


SOct^ 




B ~ch. 


goiu, &c. Sic, ny 




30,690 


3^25 




1.S00 


i,OeO duUi. each, 
b 75,000 










•Q WW, 


Wire ucres and fen- 


linUieU. 8. 


4 each, at 


3 each, at 




6.000 


dera. bird ca^es. 


;apotted 


1 35 


50 eta. 




■ wire. 


&c., 15.000 




4,650 


930 




1.400 













JOHN Si TYLEK 



E Doe. No. 308. ] 

DMimiri 3,— No. 216— BOSTON. -5cA«/r*fe cf Umwfidiirst, 



if 
P 




will 

liitl 


1*5 

II 

111 


Illhiii 




-I iug« refiner. 


»3I,000 
of 8 hone 


(10,000 


(47,000 


20tonsivoo- black costs 
$511 per ton «I,OyO 
Bhie and white paper. 






power 






.10,000 lbs. at 8 cti- per 
lb. 2.400 


IbMCb 


iOU dioenuik- 




average 30 


Bvcrii-e 


Leather of V a rioUB kinds. 


HUM) 


en, bootmak. 


»,«Kr^h, 


each, 1. 


1,000 


computed to sversgc 
11,000 each, is SOO'jtKIO 


N«w1 


en, ihoe deal- 


» 300,000 


10.000 


each H 


P«i»i 


ers, andcord- 






2oe,<»oo 






wRiner«* 












JO ihlpinig'ttt 


5,000 each 


500euhi« 


4,000 


Timber aiul plank 


UtMCl 




UCO,000 


S.000 


each U 


100,000 


tnUM 








40,000 Iron and copper 20,000 


SMes 








Pitch, lar, turpentine. 


AIM 








and rosin 20,000 


North 1 








Paper, lead, \nd leather 










8.000 










Oakum and nails 1,100 





EXPLANATIONS, BBI 

'The shoe and boot manufacture in the city i« so intimately connected with ( 
branches io the ttei^borinj; countiea, more porticulariy Kaaex and NorColk, llM 
CMy to aepante it. Many of the principal eaUblishments in BoaUii^haTc ihafM in I 
try, to whicb they furnish the stock, and from wtuch they receive the manu&ictuiw 
Most of the shoe storey utbey are termed, have one or raore persons employed bi 
and repairinK ihoes in the city, while, at the same time, (hey have (he greater put 
nlwble stock from the country. Many of the peraons who are taken into the aboK 
of 300, are merely cobblen, keeping a small shop and employing one person, wh 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

f alirimh ^iJ, ibmfidum, ibtkeir, Wiwkmtn, Waga- 



4M 





lit 

III, 

115 
it's 


lilli 

boil 

iiillf 


m 


m 
III. 


il 




SSSi 


^l-a.s 


1 = ** 


ed 


150,000 lbs. lump sugiir 


All 5old in Mu- 


10 men »t 






ut 


■tlScti. (lUi.UOU 


ncliuKtU 


•1 aUpL-r 






1 


3fi cents 1V>10 
100,000 lbs. ficlngE at ICl 

centi 20,000 
25,000 lbs. B. merits 

cent. 2,WX) 
S139,300 




d»yl,56* 






bcr 


B(w«iind.hoc...ndre- 


19-aOforlbecoii 


ATenKe3 


Say SO 


Bay 30 


■«. 


puhns tLe unic, >vcr- 


■umption of the 


men »ch 


bay. a 




ige about 12,500 eiich. 


city and vicini- 


u 400 men 




&.girl» 


OD 


b 3«),0a0 


l>',l-20eipoK. 


ut 1 10 p. 


each" 


atSOc. 






ed 


d»y 

13S,400 




'7,ri'o 


arf^""-"r »>d repiurli^ 


AllformcTcbuiti 


.ATtrapj lU 


\Tenge 




KuT'Ec'-cucl^-ve^ 


nitd othen in 


n>en each. 


4 boy. 




IHibQut laj.OUO cub. n 


.Vlaasacbuietti, 


at »J per 


cachM 




■^ 2SU,(W0 


tKceptinK Ibe 


day6S,CK)U 


6U cU. 








per day 






pain offoreiKn 




r.«HCI 






vetjebi. 









rnONAL PACTS. 

ty from 13 to 20 conttantly. The above catimate of the whole buaincM ii con- 
E •■ nearly correct u it U practicable to make it. Thoi^h ai^e qiiantitie) oT 
oea are exported from BoMun, very few-are of the ci^ manufacture. 
a frw reiwli biiilt vithln the limiti ')f the city, perhaps on the aretage, four or 
aaan per anmim ; the tabor, fcc returned above a chiefly laid out on repaira. 
. bere returned *a shipwright!, include caulkeri and ^vcn, who are uniformly 
en, KM lome of them hare smitb*' ihopi, and do then otrn iron work. 

JOHN B. TTI.BR. 



470 [ Doc. No. 308. 3 

Doc. 3.— No. 217. 

Tbiiscbt Dkpabtxiitt, June 9l&» 1832. 

Sib: I have the honor to transmit a further return relating to manuiactnrei^ leceiredM 
the agents employed by the department in the State of Massachusetts. . 

I am, respectfullv, your obedient servant, 

LOUIS M«LANE^ ' 

Secrdwy of iki ThMWfj 

The Hon. the Skakib > 

0/ the Ho. of Heps, of the United Skates. < 



Doc. 3.— No. 318.— COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, MASSACHUSEm. 

B0STOV9 M^ 19» ISSS. 

GiiTTLixiH: In the course of my inquiries respecting the manufiu:tiiiii|ff 
In the county of Suffolk, of which I have already furnished you an exhibit, I ^tsn 
vored to obtain such information as would enable me to answer the qoettioiiB ] 
in your circular letter of the 39th February, 1833, (No 13 to 39,) but, aa ymi 
conceive, the branches of business carried on in the city of Boston are so na 
conducted under such a variety of circumstances, that it is scarcely practicable to I 
series of answers which can be conndered to be worthy of confidence, unlesBthilf I 
general in their terms as to be of little value for practical use. I shall, howcYCf^ ^ 
to reply to your questions, seriatim, according to the best of my judgment. 

Na 13. The wear and tear of machinery, repairs of tools, apparstua, and m 
and replacing of machines in conseauence or imiirovements, may be ^^matni tf 
per cent, per annum on the vslue of machinery, &c But, it must be obsenrecL ' 
small praportion of the manufacturing labor in this city is performed by — *~ 
therefore, this Estimate is applicable to a large amount in tools. 

The depreciation in vslue of buildings and fixtures it is difPcult to esdn 
nness is carried on in substantial brick edifices, the value whereof b increased 
year by the gradual growth of the city, if we take into view the yahie of the landl 
but, at the same time, the buildings themselves uodoubtedly decay. Wooden 
stantly require repairs, and many such are occupied by manufiicturers on the 
dty, wharves, he, Periiaps 3 per cent per annum would be a fair estimate. 

Insurance against fire costs from one-fourth to one per cent per year{ 
cases, a higher rate is chargped. 

RmU, Most real estate in this county rents for more than 6 per cent. <ml 
which it may be purchased; but' it is very common to reguUte the price •■! 
amount of rent which can be obtained. Money well invested m real estate m 
yield 6 per cent clear of repairs. 

Interest on capital, &c., as a general rule, may be estimated at 3 to 5 per 01 

fkcturers purchase their raw materials with the advantage of a credit of six "'""■•^■^^ 1 
at the same. 

Campenutim to elerh, agents, Ue, Most of the manufiurturing in this covn^ hi 
OB by mdividuals or firms, who manage their own affairs without other aaiiata '* 
persons returned in my exhibit as operatives. 

Lou by baddthis. This item is of verjr difficult esthnation as applied to 

rally) but, as it is much the practice in this community to pay mechanics' billa ini 
in cases of mercantile failure, and likewise for merchants to guaranty the «dei 
for manufacturers, I am inclined to think that the losses, by bad debts, to the 
er is not, on the average, one per cent per annum on his productions. 

CommiMS'OnB void *o selling agents and consignees. Much of the inMm l V* t y^;w y m^ 
in Boston is sold by the pixxuicer. Such portion as is sold by agents^ is subjocted to a • 
mission of 3) per cent where there is no guarantee, and 5 per cent when the 
takes the risk of the sale. 

Tranjmorfation and storage. These items, as applied to most of the buMwaa .«,».^ 
my exhibit^ are very light; indeed, there are few kinds of manufiurturea tint pay ftrs 
age, except in the form of rent. The truckage of heavy goods witiiin the coatttr ■ A 
one dollar per ton. 

The amount per cent, of these several expenses and losses on the gnMa piocicwll 
manufitctured articles produced in this county, I am unable to tytnaate with aoahadtf 



I Doc. No. 308. ] 471 

ey M to render my opinion of any practical utility, owingf to the g^reat variety of 
aces under which the different kinds of bunness are carried on. 

There is no particular branch of manufacturinj^, more than another, carried on 
Hwderable extent vrith borrowed capital, in this county. There are, without 
ny penons in each considerable trade who are in tlie constant habit of availing 
s or bank accommodations to a considerable extent; but, as a general rule, I am 

diink that few manufacturers rely upon permanent loans from banks or individu- 
apital invested being their own property. 

L Tbe common practice is for operatives to work from sunrise to sunset, and la- 
id tlieM hours is considered and paid for as ext*<a work; nevertheless, thcrf^ are 
cptioDS to this rule, and there has been recently some iiustances in which the jour- 
n different trades have « turned out," with a view to limit their working ho!ir>, or 
^orka," to ten hours. 

'». There are few agricultural Liborcrs in this county; the rate of wugeu is about 
nooth, the laborer being boarded. 

. This question embraces so wide a field of inquiry, that I have not attempted to 
e inlbffaation necessary to answer it in detail, I have submitted in my exlubits an 

1 ttmmsk on particular branches of business, which remarks may be deemed in 
BCe pcHioent. As a general rule, all the branches of manu&ctures have found 
tuem proqierous during tho last three years, from which it may be reasonably in- 
■ft their imte of profit is increasing. 

L Hus question is too broad to be answered in any other way th'n by estimation. 
lift ill those who employ capital in nianufiu:tures realize, on the average, 10 per 
the amount, clear of expenses. And, it is obvious, that there are many artisans, 
■1 csfiitil is in their individiud skill* and whose business b carried on with a trifling 
€ wmmeft but whose annua! gain is greater by fiu> than the money invested: and 
he different pursuits which come under the general designation of manufii tures, 
bold every shade and variety, from the establishment which emplojrs 140, lOO capi- 
imljirs $4,000 per annum, to the artist, whose stock in trade is $*200, and his m- 
jM, or #1,500: hence it is imposnble to reply to this question directly, by stating 
I as the inquiry, in that form, pre-supposes the investment of a given capita^ 
' pent manufacturers with whom I have conversed, admit that all branches 
on under favorable circumstances, and yield a reasonable profit Even the 
complained much of the effect produced by the high rate of duty on duck, 
i.krt two years have been very good ones, notwithstanding the disposition of 
I to get their sails abroad. 

cost of manufactured articles to the manufiicturer has not increased in 
has come to my knowledge; but there has been a mdiial decreas^ which 
of greater skill in production, and the diminished cost of many of the ar- 
*pv msteriaL Wages have not varied materially for many years, except in this, 
\fr wmkoktn are now obtained for the customary rates than formerly; and this is pe- 
fte case in respect to mechanists^ and persons engaged in pursuits recently intro- 
to the eountiy. 

0. The manufscturc of silk and cotton hosiery is of very recent introduction; that 
and atereotype plates was commenced about ten years sgo. Steam engines hare 

I boilt bne ml within five or six years. Cork cutting, hook and eye m^ing, chain 
iking', magpendtr making, pocket book making, and Uthographic engraving, have 
ialioduced within the same period of time. The iron foundry, and various other 
a of the worit done in iron, tor machinery of various kinds, has been much extend- 
■ the bat six or eight years. I am unable to state the quantity ^f any kind of ma- 
«a heietofore produced in the county, nor can I estimate very accurately the ratio 
aaei but I have not been able to learn that any description of manu&cturing, of 
Offtance^ which has been carried on in this county, is on the wane, except peinaps 
leadier dwsiing, which has been removed almost wholly to the neighboring towns. 
I no doubt, in my mind, that each considerable branch of manufiictures within this 
a padua^ increasing. 

1, 32. Tliese two questions I have not prepared myself to answer particularly, 
laa been, in no case, an increase in the price of any article manu&ctured since the 
tTT'^ of the manufibcture, within my knowledge. The agricultural productions 
Jnited iltates consumed by the manufiuiturers in this county, are of almost every 
le qpantilies I cannot state. 

B. time has never been any important household manufiictures in this connty. 
M. I jMB'oot prepared to answer this question. 

15, Vofcign manufactured books, ready made clothings hosiery, chain cables, sus- 
. hooks and ejrca, pocket book% canes, umbreUas, and flaai ware, come m compe^ 
n flBihr sitidet flvdc in tfie county. 





47a [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

■ 

Na 26. Of booki^ not more than five per cent, are imported. Ready made cMaiyi 
not imported to any considerable extent, if at all, as an article of inercluixliie,«Mei) 
tariff' of 1828. Most of tlic hosiery consumed in the county is imported, way vinf — ' 
twentieths. It is supposed that as many ciiain cables are imported for thw maitej 
pnKluccd at the factory Iiere, pcrliaps more. About equal quantities of supend 
an<l eyes, canes and umbrellas, are brought into this coimty and produced here. 

No. *i7. I caimot answL'r this question. 

No. rs. The principal articles manufactured in this county are comamed in 
and other parts of Ne^v England. The exportation to foreign countries is prineipai^i 
fined to the West Indies and South Amerii.a; some portion is sent to molt of Im 
the Atlantic coast of our own country and to New Orleans. 

No. 29. Soap and candles are cxpoi-ted in large quantities to the West Imfiti ud I 
America: tlu'sc articles come in competition witli the Spanish and English soap and 
candles. New England mm is sent to South America, particularly beyond cipt Hor%' 
to the co:Lst of Africa. It comes in cumpolitinn with West India rum and AqiiMleatiei ah\l 
some degree, with tlie spirits from continental Europe. 

No. 30. As a general rule, manufactui*ecl articles, when sold by the pn 
agents at home, are sold on a credit of six months. When they are exportedbfllKi 
facturcr to foreign countries, in most instances they are sold ii^minalfy for caA, bul, 
to revenue regulations, diflerence of currency, and other causes, the proceedii 
rily invested in some kind of produce of tlie country for returns; tlius, in effeet^ 
operation vl barter. This, however, is not uniformly the case: in some places bBiof < 
are readilv obtained, and, in a few, specie. 

I do not' know of any instance in which tliere exists a practice to disoose of nann&elli 
ed articles in bwrter for otlier manufactured articles, though it is undoubtedly tnie tkst oed| 
sional operations of tlie kind ocair in the \*ast variety of transactions which eray &tf JfM 
sents. It is undoubtedly true, also, that the manuiacturcr of one article, wkn lie tepo 
to want another, will purcliase it in preference of the person \. ho buys of Hm; m 1km 
mutual accounts grow up between manufacturers of different aiticles, who htppei lo b^ 
come purcliasers of each other. This of coarse results in what may be teniraMer, M 
is not, I apprehend, tlic kind of operation which tliis question stipposes totdu phtt. I 
have no doubt, also, that some manufacturers agree with their selling agents, vfio «c Iffsm 
rally persons established in trade., to receive % certain portion of their sales in Mick tfodp 
of merchandise as the agent may deal in, such articles being sometimes the raw mtovlft 
their purposes, and sometimes the necessaries of life for their support, and tbii of A 
laborers. These are tlie only kind of barter of which I have any knowledge. 

No. 31. This is a very comprehensive question- The most ready answer isitbitl 
breaking up of any one particular branch of maimfactures in the eotm/y, would l>e 
less important in its eBects, in proportion to the grater or less distance of other 
tones of like description, and the greater or leas difficulty of obtaining supplies tl 
It would be comparatively unimportant if tlie soap and candle factories of BoiUa^ 
broken up, provided those in Charlestown and Roxbui^' remained; and, it is apparent 
the persons engaged in that business, if driven from Boston, would seek employment ; 
neighboring towns. But, if the breaking up of any particular branch of busincaa is i 
to extend to the whole country, then it is manifest tliat the effect would be to incml 
the price of the article in course of time, by taking away domestic competition, wbaU 
the only competition that can be relied upon to keep prices steady. As respects the d 
ployment of persons at prese it engaged in any particulac pursuit, supposing it to be 4 
continued, it is manifest tliat the extent of evil resulting to them would be exactly prtpl 
tioned to the extent of tlie business so discontinued. Were it possible to throw sB I 
icdloiM in Boston, all theorinUn, all the lUacksmitht, or all the bo&i and tAae/noAert, orti 
employment, there would be much suffering produced, because these branches en^ 
many liands, and tlie laborers could not readily hnd employment elsovhere; but all the fl 
peiider makers, cork-cutters, tobacconists, and all of many other limiied branches, ui^ 
and would find employment somewhere in other avocations, should either one of their pi 
suits be broken up. 

Having thus attempted to illustrate my views, it is hardly necessary to add, tint I Ad 
fhc discontinuance of any one considerable branch of manufiictures, or of several snnB 
branches^ would have tlie effect of producing much individual suffering ami public n^nryi lu 
and buildings would necessarily decline in vahie. And, supposing that the laboring elsaesth 
thrown out of business could g^i employment in other brunches, there would ante a cuflf 
tition between them and tliose they would supplant, the effect of which would be to rafa 
wages in other pursuits; tiiat b to say : there would be more operatives than would be wii 
cd, and a fall in wages would be the natural consequence of an overstocked market T 
must he the conBe qm e n BC here, aaweViaycitf»ivni»iiXsdai\\«^^ to be culdvuedt ■«> 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 473 

i» are occapied in mercantile and commercial avocatiom, which those purmiiti 
■ •• 

9L I am not sufficiently well acquainted with the iron businefls to answer this qaet- 
ifconld think the duty might be taken off from Bnglish and Russian iron, and from 
tides of the iron manufacture, without injury to the manufiusturers in diat line; but 
kftdaty is taken off of 'both, the present protection is barely sufficient. 
I%34. These two questions can be best answered by intelligent^nanufacturers, I do 
jjafifiied to reply to them. 

jL If any one branch of manufactures should be discontinued, I suppose the capi- 
M^ transferred to another; but if many branches were broken up, 1 am not awa^e 
in which the capital thus thrown out of employment, could be invested to 



r 



I cannot answer this question. 
\ 3S. Coold we be assured of honest and fair dealing, I should consider it expe- 
■iMmdoD the system of minimunu altogether; but, while there is so much ingenuity 
I ill ending the law, 1 am inclined to think that no other method would offer the 
p«e of •ecmity. The rate of ad valorem duty which would be equivalent to the pre- 
mnm system, depends, of course, on the value or cost of goods which inay be tntro- 
ider it If it is intended to ask what rate of ad valorem duties would dTord 07110/ 
tietti security to the revenue, I should answer none short of absolute prohibition. 
K TVk question is already answered 

Respectfully, your obedient servant, 

JOHN 8. TTLER. 
m Whaaxd Pbilufs, 
Gattoh p. Ossooi), and 
Jnris L. SiBUT, Comrmvrjmerdy &e. &r. 



^■- 



60 



\ 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Donrxntr 3.— No. 319.— ATHOL.' 



jl'S 

u 


3-5 Sib 


ri1| 
life 


ll 
II. 

PI 

|1 5 


11 --s "4 

fi|Ji ^ 

0ni 


Athol Cotton Hm 


|7,S00 


#7,500 


13.000 


stock lued per snn, md- 


ufncturing Co., 








sistine of cotton, stuoh. 


N, Nickeiwm, jr 








»penn oil, fiiel, uid otk 


■gent. 








V materiaU ttO,IMO 


EUphBjct Thorpe, 


*,30(. 


590 


1,000 


lUfa 1,3m 


paper miter. 










Pcriey Sibley, 


5,000 


400 


600 


6,000 buih. cluvcoiJ 36a 


Junes Toung, 


1,500 


SOU 


300 


Bl:.ek birch limber IW 


miker. 








7S0 lbs iron castings 4f 


8tillmiinK.ro*-lton. 


1,500 


500 


100 


l.OOO bush, charcoal U 


while smith. 










Frederick Jones, 


4.000 


200 


3,500 


100 .laughter hide* 400 










150 calf skim 180 
1,339 dry hide. 3,4*0 
■200 corda bark 700 
10 casks lime 50 
Oil and tallow 100 


Paul Mnrw, 


1,000 


30 


6M 


ll>Oabi<ghterhidet 400 

aoe calf skim 200 
.10 cord, bark 105 
3 cuak« lime 15 
Oil awl (allow SO 


AMen Spooner, 


2,000 


350 


350 


Pine, cherrj, maple and 


cebinct maker. 








birch timber 150 
Palnla, oil k nmiah 100 


Timothy How. 


3,000 


.500 


150 


Ash and oak timber 300 


Dinford HillT 










1,200 


50 


30< 


Bsniess leather 300 


h»me« mtkcT. 








Pbted hamcM trim'^ 50 


Three dolen in 






900 




palm leaf hits. 











EXPLANATIONS 

In taking ihe information in this tonn, I was nut altogether satined with 
received from the Agent of rh.- Athol Cotton ■/anufacturing Coniput;^ H« d 
inc the grparatc Itetns of the materials, but aaid the amount of ttoek and h 
tfas luma 1 haye put down in the ntpec^e cifttmaa. (>ii cDtmewJ^^tLwit 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

Kb, JAMvisA tMc4 Jfaniffiirium, Mirtett, IferHmm, IVaga. 




mu 
iml 


11*1 

mi 
ii 
flli 




5it«p.d«y. 




mt'tlol^ 


N. E. State*. 


4»t»tp.<kr, 




™f,»I^ 


N.E. flutes 


^»,JS 


In lU the an. 


LS.f£^ 


In the ctnintie* 


2 «t tl 25 pr 


of Worcerter 


d.y.«nounfg 




to 775 




4 tt 65 ct».pr. 




S'— a 


HMHtcbuietti. 


I«»lp.d.y, 






Intbecountiei 


4«tr5ct».pr, 


of WorcMtet 


J.,,— .J 


and FnnkUn 




l>t»tp.d>j, 




unt'gto ],3«: 


Do 


isj'fi'Ss 






b the Union 








, «nlfg 
4,hS 



Writing, printing, uid 
wrirfir paper, prin- 
cip«U}' prinf ; 9,OU0 

500 doi.Kythet 4,000 



40 turning lathes 33it 
Shingle ironi 800 
CirciUu- IBW ihafti^ 
chair tooli, and 
other work 1,100 
3,682 ndes leather, 

12,340 
ISO calf )kini MJ 



DifTerent kindiof flir- 



dfer^ 100 
I 3,000 



ed 1,SOO 

Wagoni, carta, caH 

wheela,&n.&c, 3,000 
Bridlea, harneasei, 

Ilc. 1,500 

90,000 hat! 72,SW 



imONAX. PACTS. 

■Ii^ 1 find it exceeda thein very coniiderBbtj, iimI I am convinced he did not 
met aniwen, either frani a dinnclination lo to do, or frtnn not baring a mS^ 
lidge <f tlw buHNN to cntU« bim to da it 

BAVL VABD. 



4T« 



[ Doc 

OKinnat 3.— 



No. 308. ] 

-No. 3aO.-BARItE.— &*«riyfe^JHaM 



*1 

h 




ml 

Mil 

ffill 


111 


III 


.E' 


BofWn and B»iTe 


»30,00o 


140,000 


E4,00v« 


CoHon 831.230 


t»w.p» 


Cotton Miii'g Co 








Starch 500 












W.nt^'i-itRunedoU 540 




»gent, joint itock 








Wood 600 




eoncem 








Leather 400 
ShulUeaandbobbiiu3« 




Three Unoera 


3,500 I 100 


3,000 


Bidesud okini 3.0OC 


Urn 










Bark and lime 900 


tndMi 










Oil and Ullow 300 




Rre dclen in 






7.00tj 






Twlmhafh&ti 
fW uid wool hats 












1,500 


50 


150 


Furs and trimming* 275 












Wood and copperai 23 




Silu BcinM & Co. 


3,000 




J,000 


Coal 90 




pooder romuikc 








Casks 300 




turera 












Adin Hubbard, 


1.500 


SO 


500 


HameM leather 1 ,500 


MaMc 


hmieianiJier 


1 




American widdleiy 1 50 




Charleiuid Earic 


7,500 


3,000 


4,00U 


Stock uicd per annum 


Znt^ 


Rice and Edward 








of the varioui kinds 


^ 


Wood, waKon & 








10,000 




duuuoiaken 














4,000 


600 


600 


10,000 buihel* coal 500 


MM,mi 


cabinet mAer 


500 


300 


500 


Pine, cherrr, m^le, (c 


llamd 








birch timber as5 










_ 


Paints, oU,&vanii»h 150 





[ Doo. No. 308. ] 

», M*fiab mtd, Mnufaelura, MvkeU, Waekmm, Wagu. 



1 


Hi 


-IM 

"^.E 5 £ c 


Hi 


Hi" 


111 


s 


Illill 




iiif 


fib 




j«l.O00y»pdsih«t 


BoMon.fm-olhcr 


2Sit 60 c. 


12 at IS 


yO fem'i 




inp,«9Jcent, 


markets. 


pcrduv 


Ms. «930 


at l>. M. 




»*7,S00 




t4,6S0 




^»11% 




M,MO iirdi sliirt 










iiiBi,»t7iccnt» 












S6,SS0 










■ tifiOb 


Leatlier muxifac 1- 


3 «t 11 per 








wrcd 7,000 




d«y 930 






,*«. ^330 


;33,000hau 58,350 


New York ind 


eqmlto S2J 


fenialea 


COIWU'lj 








employedn 


30 centi, 


48,835 


■.wool 50 


Men's and bov's 


Couniy of Wor 


1 >t|l 310 






'isi.'' 


hau ' 350 
Powder minufiic- 


BiMlun Bitd Pro 


5 .t 73 cts. 






~,100 


tured 8,000 


vidence. 


I,16J 50 






mi 35. 


H>me«,br>dlrB,&c. 
iii.n'd ywrly 3.000 


Countj of Wot. 
ceslcr. 


3 »t 11 610 








CotchM. chutes, h 


New York. Vei- 


25Rt75ct>, 










moot, & Mu- 


perdty 








tuped uiniully 




5,811 50 








20,000 










■binM 


SOOdDI.iCVtll«,St 


Vennont, New 


G mem cm- 


ploy-d 10 


monthaiu 


i.eo 


JsaSpcrdoi. 4,950 


York, uid Bt 


tke year, at 


(Iprday 


1,560 


m OctBu 




home. 








Sis 












1.0U 


Aiticles nunuBc'd 


Cimd-BofWor 


7 at 7S cu. 








yeirty 3,000 


cc«ter& Fnuik 


per day 










... 


1,637 50 







SAHUSL WARD. 



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[ Doo. No. 308. ] 





Docmn- 3.— No. S21 


— BBRLIN.-&iMHle lif Jbwyll 


'1 


liill 




ii 

ii 


llfPII 


Ik 


ill 


lyii 


fifllH 


JA 


Mirlin b Tyler, 


•1,100 


•soo 


«3tlO 


Wool •i.JOO 


R fi-SWl 










Wood »nd oU 75 




Wbodiei 












Boots md shoes 


soo 


so 


300 


Lotller, shoe threail, 
utdpcp. 1,600 
Wood »nd oil SO 


MurutaB 


Pita leif hit» 


" 








- 



Docwm 3.— No. 233— BOLTON.— &to&dc^ J 



SU eoDb num- 
ftetniai 


#5,700 


•1,100 


•Mso 


Harm »1,S<» 
Fuel uid ol 485 


N.EiffNl 


Alpbew McMK, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


An»UiM.Wood 
cuRin 


300 


300 


300 


Lcfttber from tut, in- 
cludinK oU & teUov 
3.000, 


•"-^ 


limeUbi 


3,000 


- 




Cuki and wood 40O 




Ofifcr BhMd ud 
CI* r. Wwd^ 
barr.hxten 


asQ 


300 


900 


Fun, wool, uid hMt 
trimimnKi S,900 
Fuel, &c. 100 


»,"^'5 


FODF ihocmuiu. 
betoM 


3,roo 


' 160 


SOO 


Le«lheT, (hoe thtcid. 

Fuel if oa rs 


!»- 


JoM^nye, MTd 


300 


W 


300 


Stock MunuUjr mua. 
EMAuicd l.tOO 




atnwtmid 








Stnw M 


Bdta 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

\l^ ate, IWii I'lifc vted, Mtmifaduni, Markdt, Waritmn, Wagtt. 



% 


1 

1 


i 


pi. 


ill 

liti 
liil 


1^1 

ii 

fill 




15,000 hat bodic^ »t 3 
15,000 

Boots and shoes 3,500 
4,000 UU I,«O0 


J in the southern 
cities, the other 
half custom work 

Boston 


3 »1 I.2i 
f 1,163 50 

S Bt 5.00 
1,350 




9.tMr. 

837 



3AM'L WABn. 









IB. MO 


Combs of different 
kinds 20,ift> 

6,''00 h*U 1,500 


Prindpal cities in 
the Union 


34 at 75c. 
»5,J80 


- 


10 at £i. 

1,39167 

14 at 30c. 
1,343 


-■ 


Leither 2,800 




3 at SlOO 

630 






r 


300 cMki lime, conbin. 
>nKU}bu.e>. 1,400 


O'y ofWotceder 


Labour 
300 






d& 950 


fists uinuiUy muiufac- 
tured 9,250 


All in Boston ' 


I0at75c. 
2,325 






- 


Boots ind shoes 8,800 

Cudf umull]' muiti- 
bctured 3,600 


HaTm Boston; the 
reitciuUMa 

the Union 


16 at 75c 
3.730 

3 men. 

1500 pet 

year 


- 


4 at C135 

■"IS 

One 125 
perycar 


" 


Straw bnid 600 




' 




S at 90 



8A1CL WARD. 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 

IMeovmS.— No. 333— BROOKFIELD — AMU^JI 



'4 


Pl|! 
11 




in 
III 


Hill 

IBiiifi 


\ 

J 

1 

1 

1 
i 


E.MerriMii,kCo. 


J1.500 


tl.SOO 


11,000 


Printing paper W.aOO 


M 


Printing 


Animal 






PrinUngink 300 


I 

Bi 


SlIcshOM 


I.OOO 


500 


2,000 


U. Stales lildei, St 


it 




3,000 


800 


II^OOO 


Unned in the 
United States 3,000 

78,000 lbs. lole 
leather 19,500 

6,800 side of up- 
per leather 18,600 

1,560 boxes far 
shoes SOO 

SOObu. shoe pegs 450 

900 Aoe lasts 150 


8. 

■m 
ft 

tk 
n 

m 


Taaning - 


600 


200 


800 


Bides 1,000 
Bark 100 


ni 


SpThtingindciir- 


SOO 


300 


Thep 


eater part of this buslne 


Mi 


ning 






ficm 


rer of sale shoes. 




WMceMer and 


10,000 


3.000 


4.0O0 


,300 tons ore, it 


Bn 


Brookfleld Iron 


water pow'r 






83 SO 4,5SO 




Foundry 








ISO tana oyiter 

•hells, St f 6 SO 975 
75 tons Lehidt 

coal, at »14 1,050 
50 tna. moulding 

tind, at $6 300 

IB tons health 

■tone. It $13 934 
10 tons lining 

■tone, at $6 60 
130,000 bu. coal, 

It f 6 7,800 


BI 

Stt 
Co 
M: 

d 
Bn 


Machinifte & cut- 


3.000 


3.500 


t.OOU 


Boards, pine 300 


krr 


water pow'i 


\ 


\ 


BcacK maple, k 

scantling 300 
Iron 1,800 
A great variety of 

small artidci 

\ 


d 

SkE 

\ 



t Doc. No. 308. ] 

, M^viab uted, Mmufadara, MarktU. Worhntn, Wtgu. 



1 


iGi 


pi 

Kill 
llliy 


11 


I'll 

fiii 








'nut liDolcB Iq the value 


On comracta 10 at 30.. 


i, boar. 








■,f |a,lH>0, unnuiJly. 


»tNewYork,'pr<lavA 
N T.. kPhi.clo','6 


■i cloth. 










ladelpl.ia,«nt 


boardSj 






AMtibrad. 


114,000 p>l» or thick 


N"yort. Phi- 


i2o»trji 


.'OatJIc 


.nit 25c 


lefedi 


■ En 


ahoei, woKh about 




ptr days 




p-rday, 




»Mii 


»91.90O 


other miadle 


$i7,90^ 


8\,8H^ 


»-,n» 








and touthern 


6,;u. 




-«l. 








cilie«,for«>u- 






2,800 








them, west- 














crn.WJndiea, 














and Fo. 4n,e- 














ricaa markets 








klHK.KdM. 30b 


^<At leather l.DOO 


[n the vicinity 


2ai(i.a; 










i:pper leather 1,000 




#77? 
























Card leatlier l,2uO 










iiMfai 


i^kthe 


itock he. mny be conai 


leredaainclu 


tied unde 


■thehead 


of-nwrn- 






JOO ton* of caslingi, prin- 
cipally machinery, some 
atovea, plough*, b hol- 
low ware, avenge {50 
per ton 


\llpart»ofN 
England 


25at »1 

*T,rso 








900 


Shingle toachines, 60 


! PrincipaUy 
^in Ma>»- 








n 


100 


3,7S0 
PaUertu for machj'ry 


I7atsi.a5 

f6,}s7' 






.btxK 


kc 33 


l,40u 








W^ 


KXi 


Breait and tub wheels 

1,000 

Spring pujicbea Sw 
Hammers SOO 
Cutting nippera and 


JNew York, 
J. Boston, fc 

3 Providenc 

iMassLchu- 

I- 












chopping knivea 600 












Tumbg enginea and 
Whe. 7SC 









[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



DMDiurf 3.— Ni 



n i 



ill' 



N|S| 
S5 5J| 



ff 






Doconn 3.— No. 334.— BOYLSTON.— &bdufe«f 



Booti KOd iboe* 



J.8ciidtell,conib' 



Eli B. LaanMNi, 
ptlmlcaf tuti uid 



#1,400 
1,000 



tan Lather ihoei, thieidu 





I>0Girn>T3. 




^trmmufiKl^ 


ApoUoi JtAnion, 
detletmiwliiiluf 

Pocket booktMid 
wiOlet) . 








- 


- 




- 


»iOO 




fio 


•fsoo 


Cilfikiiu 
BEieep«kiiui 


tir.aoo 
incoa 


IbiMd 


jahiw,iifcPort«, 
tMuwn 


1,000 




30 


3,000 


100 dugliter ludei 400 
150c4lf>kini ISO 
SOcii(d*lMtk 3X 
IS cuki lime « 
Oil and talloir Ui 


DM» 



[Doc No. 308. ] 



483 





|1f 
S'si 

in 

Sill 


mi 

lllill 


^1 

IP 
pi! 




lit 
Irij 

|ir.r 


200 


Cotter U.tm straw 
bnid 1440 
Colio, 2,300 p&]mle»f 
hsU 

AU kind* 3,000 


V.., 


StXTScU 
11.163 







SAMUEL WABD,- 



MmufrOirm, MrUi, Vf-t/Hmm, . fPiigm. 






U^lOOti>t* ti,^ 


fowTork 


BqMlta 

ly empk 




OOMtUrt- 

|5,0» 




13Udo).w«Uetil,18re 




Lat«10( 




lO*t2SO 




imo do. pocket hooki 
3,000 


PUUdetphi*,fc 






"^IJM 


sUdM 


);300 Nda leather O^M 


HuMchuMtb 


)m 00 






3^ 


ISBcalTikini » 










cdr*« 


UOBn^*iiM 3J 










uo 








__ 





SAMUEL WABD. 



[ BOc. No. 308. ] 



-No. 33& — DUDLEY. 



II 



im 



iiiil 



■5 o-5~-S"2'5 5 

III! Kit' 



It! 
Ill 



17.500 



Diidln' Wmdlai 

Hviuncturin 

1823 



Tuft'i Woollen 

MtniifiictiirmE 
tneoriioraled 



38.000 tb>. wool at in 

s tS9,K>l; 

r'l.wwydi cotton wsrp 

- S ctiiii J.suo 

1I inil safl aosp 375 

■1 &C, 

[tides and skins 
i bblB. oil 
SOU DiB. tiJIow 
irds bark 
R ciisk« 11 mF 
75 000 Iba. wool 37,500 
PoUsh, oil woul, glue, 
«»p, slg, tcuiles, p> 
[Mr, lime, bnn, cuid, 
tallow, teather, boie^ 
naila, brushes, brooms, 
&c. 12,6»a 

ao,000 lbs. wool 6g,0u(l 
Pot and poUah 
Woatl, alum, apcmi oil, 
soap, ity;, teu^les, wood, 
■ gliii:. dc., ftc. 

3,srs 






EXPLAIf ATUHdi I 



Dr. Tufii, the agent of tlMTuibWoonenManulUtiirin|rCMn|WoybeiiM>ifaHM 
'""'irf I'-lniiiH Tnrh*Trn*'TTi frnm him rinrr, I harr rilimitrrt Thii urtililriinMii 



f Doc. No. 308. 3 



f 




liti 


?t|| 


ilfl 


1 


1 




llslll 


ill! 

III! 


fill 


TJO 


70,000 yds. satinet, ¥»lu. 


MoaUyinPhlU- 


I9U8J 


. 


13u3«. 


d oOer dye 


e<lU J0,00( 


lelphn, *om 


^nt» 




\d. 


4,WM 




ID New Vork 


05,00650 




11 .5M 


- 


3,500 




3at5f, 






LTod 23,500 


30,000 yd*. brauJ clo^ 


linUM.. 


43at83J 


10 at 25 


56*146 


■dder, wo«d.l «t »a as er.aUOij in New York,cents 


;Entfc 


^ntB 






7,985 60 


W,t«4™B^ 


43,ia7 


other Sntei 






4 and enior> 










4,940 










btadoHveai 


40,000ydii.bro»deloth 


NX. States and S4Bt Jl 


6»t35 


to Bt 37* 


8,10( 


U 12 50 100,001 


Mew York 7,44C|ccnta 








465 


4,650 



inrnoNAL facts. 

n I received from Us comnuMioii mercbuit in the ei^ of Boatoiv wba it eng«ged 
II iilililMiaii III ill ■ III inMiiHiin Tini> 

SAMUEL WAKD. 



4Sf 




[ Doc. No. 308. ] 






DMvmr 3.-N». 337.-FlTCHBtJRG.— AMUb ^ Mm^ 


'4 

■5 




fillJ 

m 


''1 


iiiiii 

itlfif 


|1 

.s: . 

k 
ill 


gsals 


i^t 


PerldDi It Bald 


»4,000 


(6,000 


»soo 


i3.O0Olh cofn»tl3c (5.0*1 


loulbenil 


win, cotton ma 








Wool, i^ alarch and flout 


IbBchu. 


m>fic(ul«n 








50 




Irer* Jeirett, 


35,000 


38.000 


3,000 


150,000 lb), cotton at 12c 


IquOi'dS 


cotton manu 








18.001, 




fccturer 








500gli.oil 400,S0bli aoorlO. 
20 bbli. starch 140 
too cordi wood 3SJ 
Other matenat* 1.000 
Freights l.«W 


HUBChu 

do 
da 


tvtn Jewell, 












palm leaf hiU 












Martin Newton 


10,000 


3,000 


1.000 


30,000 ]b> cofn at 13e 3,600 












Wood, ail, Btareh. &c 300 




fccturer 








Frcighti,!tc. 250 




«tchburgWool 


12,000 


13,000 


10,000 


64,000lbB vool at .50 33,000 


ISpuM 










Dye stuffs «0 


t,9M 


ingCompuiy 








Sparm oil 350 
Teaile^ glue. «»p, *c 600 
Freight 600 
Boarda, naili, tacka, ttrloe, 
bruahca, brooma &c. 100 






6.000 


6,000 


3,000 


33,000 lbs wool at .30 16,000 \ 9fmt.i 


len manuiicl't 








DyeatuffaSSO, aperm nil liO*^ !•* 
Soap, leailes, gine, kc. JJO 
















Boarda, nails, tacks, twine, >■* 










bnuhei, btoomj^ &c. 300 
Freight 250 
Wood, glue, aand paper 300 kb^do 
Fuel an3 ml 10 


Samuel Hawe*, 


800 


300 


soo 


bobbin m«iu- 








bcturer 
Jona. Bumdife. 
beUowa maEer 


1,800 


90 


500 


Boardji, naili, painta. Mid Kaaw^ 
leather 3,000 * 

Fuel and oil 25 ' 


HoMi Hale, 


1,000 


100 


2.000 


Cloth and trimmings SO.OOO | anp^ 


tailor. 








Fuel and oil SO 


Julian &SafroRl, 


2,000 


500 


600 


Oak, aih, & pine timber 600 lliiW 


coach, c]uuM,5i 








Leather 13J ' 


harneaamalcen 








OU and painta 300 
Coal 300 


KTohoemanu 


3.850 


ISi 


500 


Leather.^readt peg. 3,000 -- 










Fuel, &e. 7S ^ 


CaidwcU and 


3,300 


200 


3,000 


ELdes and skins 3,000 C» 


Sp™|ue, tan 








Bark, hme. oil, h. taUow 600 iP 


Dickinion and 


3,000 


300 


300 


tock per annum 3,000 rf 










iVood, oil, vellum, and do 


paper n»ker> 








felting: »i 


erocker & Co. 


8.000 


600 


1,000 


tock 4,500 N. B. tf 


paper maken 








Vood, oil, lime, vitrioL &c- 




_ 




Fr«i^t, kc. 50o| 



f Doc No. 908. ] 



48t 



f 






mi 

Mill 



fllli 



m 



|1| 



"■5S.S 

i:li 



100,000 )-<]«. ■beetincT ii 

31,50U 

300.000 ydi. shirtiiiE i 

16,000 

3fi,000n». cotton yvni "" 
7,2W 




theStatd 
Boitoii 



. 160 Kt 30c 

5,580 

Itlkt40c 

2.J32 



1,000 County of Wor 



BoatOD 
MaawhutetU 



10 (>75c 
2,32s 
t 1 Wj 



■iMlWfe'NtWK 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



nMemrr 3.— No. aSa.— FITCHBURQ.— Wl*ifc tf Ik 



II 

% 


ill! 


f W 


= 1 

lis 

£- . 

>.= K 

= = 5 


mill 
IPillii 

lliill L 


\ 

i 

< 


kxtWR Green, har- 
nen maker 


% 500 


t 25 


850 


Leather, lhr«kd. $m 
and [iliitcd ware Ij 


Hm 


Amos Oakmikn, & 
Kellet h. Whcl. 
dill, hut roanu- 


1,250 


610 


1,800 


Fur* (all kinds) 7,000 
Fuel and oil 100 


Ha 


faeturcn 












.Au-oD Eaton, win- 
dow sub manu- 
Rcturer 


1,000 


60 


30 


''ine hoards «iO 
,-iiiHa, oil, tLC. ■as 


Ha 


-Winiam Johnson 
bFUntSUeldoQ, 
window blind 
BUnufecturen 


1,400 


125 


125, 


(■ine hoards 2TS 


Ha 


■ Thoniis Hale and 
CharicB Phelps, 
wheelwrights 


1,800 


2S0 


175 


)ak, asli^ and pine tim 
!>er 25t, 


Ma 


Anui* Duruil. c^ 
binet maker 


700 


ISO 


200 


ilaple, cherry, St pii^ 
lumber 251] 




TVo dealers in 
palm leaf bab 








Straw 18 


■m 


J. Parwell & Co., 
scythe makers 


3,jU> 


500 


500 


Coal, fcc. no 


■a 


\EdwwdWi8«-eL, 
act work cooper 
>nd muiursctur- 
ew of rakes and 
■evei 


1,300 


500 


300 


Pine, ash, and walnut, 
u bor 750 
Paints atid oil 600 
»t<>ck for sierei SOU 


tt« 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

WHff.Wfe, Mtbriakiued, Manafiidtmi, Mark^, Workmrn, Wagei. 



Ill 

Hi 

HI 



•fS. 



111 
liiui 



If-- 

111. 

I si 



Sri 






■tuifs 



ilcni' and bofs' hats, 
anninJlr ntsnufuctur- 
ed 13,700 



County of War- 
Uftsnchiuetta 



Window blind* 1,050' Masmchuactls 



ofajij *nd t 



Plou|;h woodi, cBrts, County of * 
- ■ wheela, Wt| 



13,000 hafs »X 30c. 

6.900 

14.000 yd^ straw braid 



Won 3 at 1 00 



«d (ImI 3,850 1,000 dm. ■cytheB9,000 Boflton k N. York 

fiib hoop iron Paili Dunufactured an- Ma«acliiueti>. 
. .__ o,-. nimllv 4,600 

-,000 rakes 260 

MKi dosen sievei 567 



67tt30c. 

16.231 
3 at :^5c. 

333 50 



SAMUEL WARD. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DMC»i!rT 3.— No. 329— GHAFTON.— Afcitrfufc */ 



1'^ 


-Mi 

'.mi 
mil 


iiUJ 

* 

liif 


1| 

in 

•as e 




6 8- 




> 


> 


> 


!- 


* 


Grafton woollen 


ssr.cwo 


112,000 


£15,000 


Wool, $63,800 


NewVork. 


Haniifacturin^ 








Sperm oil, i,135 


VennonM 


Co,.Peter K.mum 








Teai^les, 7iO 


Hampilurq 


jr. agent 








Soap grease, fiCj 
Potash, 525 
Wood, 350 
8ig, 225 
Alum, 25 
lUrsoap, 125 


MaaiachuM 


Cotton Manufac- 


147,675 


80,000 


8,500 


Cotloo, 43,805 


K. O &C 


turing Co , Peter 








Sperm oil, 92(1 


Muncbs 


Ftmum, jr. agent 








SUrch, 70S 


Pennmh* 


CcntRil cotton ^ 








Other materials, 4,000 


M»»d>.c 


toi-y, Sam'l Wood, 












■gent 












Mew EnKlaiid Cot 












ton Manufiiclur.nf, 












Co. .use, Lulicr 












. fcCu. 












LowcrFallaCotlon 












Mi.nufac'iir.nKCj 










Thou. Lew 11, a,p-n 












KuiLUen ihoe m.i 


32,750 


l,8Qp 


27,000 


Leather, shoe thread. 


HUMChu 


nufacnirore 








and peg*, 81,(jOU 




Two Unnem and 


7.000 


1,500 


30,000 


Hides, calf ikins, sheep 


Geo. & lb 


'""'"■■ 








^kins, bark. Kali in), tal- 
low, and time, 55,000 


Haii.&)l 


Two ciibiiiel ma 


1,400 


500 


350 


M.ip!e, pine, and, cher- 


UMttChU 


ken. 








ry, 750 
Oil, pBinV& varnish, 125 




T«o irythc mu- 


2,800 


250 


350 


6,OOUbiiiheUchKcoal, 




ktre. 




- 




430 





thooDutd doUus. 



EXPLANATIONS, BF.MA* 

there U another factory fioiabed, calculated for, and will, in all prolMbl 



[ Doc Ko. 306. 3 

uti, Ktnufaetvra, MarktU, TFotJemm, PFagtt. 



4»1 



till 



S 3 f "i ^ 

Pill 



5-1-9" 



la 






PI 



ti4 

•f a S 



5S.6 



■ 30,000 i-ards lirosd 
cloth, it 2 dollurs 

■ per yird, 860,000 
S0,000 j-da. aatintl, 

- "T ct». per vani, 
40,000 



Boslon, Nen i 

Vurk.uid r'hi 

■ clphia 



S70,B00 yds sliirti nj,-8. 
«t7i cents, lO.Slii 
530,000 yds. sheet- 
ing*, at Itt cents, 

53,000 
145,000 yds. print- 
Bt9ct». 13,050 



, BoBton, Kew 1 

York,a.nd Phi. 

Isdclphia 



- Ma9sachuiett3 G 



nen Employed ten months in 
the year, s.t gl 25 per day, Bmounl- 
■--•n »1,300 



mONAL FACTS. 

lb, cotton iDuhiiiet7i asy three thouMuid ipindle*, wortb from fifteen to twenl^ 
SjUIUKL wabb. 





Docvnn 3^No. 330. 




jl 


fill 

3 rfu *~. 


ml 


S'3 

li 




It 


■s 


mil 


ili 








m 






|ii 


m 


Tanner & currier, 


• 1,300 


»100 


91,000 


Uidea and akinK Al.OOO 


Haitachuset 


George Scott. 








Fuel, bark, oil, &c. 1!10 




Mne chMT DUiii 


23,350 


1,755 


r,ioo 


Uaplu, birch and pine 




ficturen. 








timber, flagi, &c. 30,800 
Fuel, oil, &.C. 620 
Freight 3,500 






1,300 


50 


100 


Leather, thread & pegs 650 




er. I.Jkcksoii. 








Fuel, oil, ic. 20 




TtJiiierB of chair 


1,000 


400 


1,000 


Maple nnd birch tim- 


Uasucbuael 


stulT. Sawin & 








ber 7,300 












Fuel oil, &c. 50 




Box & sieve male 


1. 000 


100 


ao( 


Pine and oak timber &00 




er. Hutin Dun 

Bter. 








Fuel, oil, tic. 25 
Freig-hl IWl 




Boot tc sboecrifit 


JOO 


50 


100 


Leather, thread i peg* *00 


MauachuW 


«r. Joel Cowe- 








Fuel, oil, &c. 25 




Hftnufacturer of 


1,000 


50 


100 


Beech timber and 


Town 


OLtd bovdi. 








nails l,00O 




RtUMllCO0lidg« 








Fuel, oil, tie. 35 
Freight 180 




Box nwkcr. 


2S0 


100 


150 


Pine and oak limber. 


Maaaachuw 


Oeor^ Cawer. 








na.l» 2J0 
Fuel, oil, &c. 15 




Two dealer! In 












paloi lenf hatg. 












8etwoit.2shops 


500 


35 


511 


Pine and oak timber 500 





.. 231.— HABDWICK.— «J«A.fc (f J 



Pklm leaf hata. ~ 
Straw brudi 



?6,'iOO bushels coU 1,620 
•!4 toils oyster shcUs 356 



10,000 lbs. green 
I.'.'OO catf akini 
14 barreU od 
SiiOlba. ttlhw 
ISO corda bark 
IDu buahtls IJm 
I,4rMbi. Mobile hiHnSH 



1.30^ 



TX 



Udcs600AJl i* 1^ 



oeptti 



k Ut., IHu-ili •mi. 



[ Doc. No. 301. ] 

Manufaiiurti, Marktti, Workmen, W»ga. 



m 


111. 


1.5 % M K 


11*^ 


m 


Pi 


lii 


nil 


fit 


t 


I'J 




llll 


m 


m 


- 


Leather tinncrt and 

curried 13,000 


MassBchusclts 


3at*I 

«ejo 










United Stalej 


53 at 98c 




}8Bt33c. 




wn.jilly manufiic. 




23,671 6C 




10,02t 40 




tured 69,900 












Boots and shoei ma- 


Worcaaterco 














520 








Ch«ir stuff turned 




12 at »I 








uiniully 13,000 




10,670 






ttforiertM 


Boxes and lievM ma- 


Boston 


5at73o. 




3 at 50c. 


mnEng^MidlOO 


nu&ctured 3,700 




1,163 10 




310 


. 


Boots and ihoe» nuu 

nuractured 1,200 


Vicinity 


2at$l 
620 






. * 


Card boards annually 
minuhcluped 3,000 


" 


4at«l 

1,340 








Boxes Bnnually nut- 
nufactured l.OOo 


Boston 


2M»1 
620 






tallSTM 400 


10,000 hats at 30 cts. S,000 


Boston 




- 


38»t30c. 
2.60* 






Boston 


3.t»l 

930 







■OUm-Bim 650 



75,000 haU at 35 cbk 
30,000 yards braid 

Leather and calT ikitu 8,100 



half in Mass. 

the other hair 

N. H. and 

Vennont 

N. York 
Worcester' 



IStatSOc 
90,935 
Sgirts 



MliUU.%US>. 



4»4 



[ Dnc. No. 308. ] 

Damkn3 — No. 2ii.—nAK\\nU—AluAk^lh^ 



.si 

if 


11 

--nil 


lilii 


ii 


lililrl! 


1* 


lie 


liih 


s^ 


tJ.i 


ils 


t-Si 


l^s 


J' 


^SS 


3^1 


1 l-iaSgsi 


S'- 


Boou uul ihoei 


$l,SOO 




>aoo 


K400 'Leiitlier, Jioe thread, & 
Oil and fuel "*■ 75 


.^ 


HuTUil I.catlicr 


1,000 




100 


1,000 1 50 .slaiig1>t..r hides eoo'MaMd 


Manuru-turin^- 








'JOUcair^kins 5001 




Company 








;i)ark jndh'ue lou 
iWood. oil, id tallow 1()0 




Bcnj. J. Dwin>cll. 


630 




300 


150 ICoal, &c. 150 


coutfr 


machiiiwt 












OInev Elilridgc. 


SOO 




SOO 


300 '5,600 lbs. wool 1.800 


Neirl 


clothSi-r b raonu. 








|Hyo .ii.fi-:. so 


Sttt 


ftcturcr 








|Woo,[, O.I, ^g. «ap, 
&c, &c 100 




A. b E. Dttby, 


1,000 




150 


150 jCool and o'd 140 


Mhw 


bl.ckanuth«nd 








1 




eJjje lool mnkcra 








1 




Oliver Ruisetl, 


1.200 




75 


100 jOnk and aah timber ISO 




wheeiMrrifrhl 








'nu-landoil 10 




Whitcombe h SU 


4,000 




COO 


250 , Stock perannum 1,800 


Unite 


cy, pnper nunu- 








iFuclandoil lOO 


»bja 


fictururs 












Reuben Whit- 


600 




HO 


150 'Cntton ^080 


Soaa 










't'ual, oil, &e. to 




halting manurnc- 












tunrr 












Putnam h Perkins 












&. John P. Whit- 












combc, palm lul 
























Ball ii Puller, ma- 


425 




50 


50 Cedar Sc black lead 400 


MaM 


nufacturer* of 








iFucl and oil 25 




lead pencils 












Wm. a. WUder, 


650 




ISO 


500 1 Pasteboard, morocco. 


Kara 


book-bindcr 








ihccp skills, calfskins, 

\ pilfllearStc &c. 1.0tKr 

iFiiel-indoil rs 

300 !rii>e hoards used Dcran. 




Jno. Fairbanks & 


1,000 




150 


HaM 


Sylvester Priest, 










miin 4t'<UU 




jlumfiLCtr'BCiflook- 










Nada, ^lue, &.c 6je 




CamUe bole> 














Jonu Bstenw), 


1,000 




125 


300 


Leather, thread, kc.900 


MaM 


faameiia m&ker 














Theaociet^ofSlu- 


10,000 




SOO 




»tock used per annum 




lien, a variety of 










1.UO 



















* Ken, vonen, uid children bcionging to this wcic^, 135 MM^aMafi 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

, JUowb vmJ, Maaufachtni, Uarktlt, Werhmtn, Wogt*. 



4»5 



W4 



|l!».6 



11*1 



nil 



nn 



in 



lib 



Boots and shoes t^JAb^i 



UnSJuctiusctts 



|3W 



HachiDciy for papi 
milU l,50u 

50 3,GOU7<1e- cauimt 

Cloth dreuiiig 



Plou^ woods, ca 
wheels & waifoiia 1,000 
Psper nnnually maJe 
3,S0U 



Looking gUss fcuDcs 

l,iO0 
Cmnsle boiea 8,00U 



Uanufkcturin^ hum ess- 
es ■«(! repBTinpf 2,0 ' 
ArLcles miiiiufne'd, ro 
injf of leslhcr 1,0 
Bouts and sliuca 9( 
Sierta 3( 

Brooms 3. 

Uosiciy 3< 

liBts 1: 

Beibt k earden seeds 



Princip*] c 
lies ui the 

Boston 

Botton 

Ua9sachusctti 

Hiusachusctt) 
Has.'tachusiitts 



:latl 

I at 1 310 



)■««< tlM cUtaeBt bniwbt^ u^tnerinUi thcvagnculUtnlpwvi'tt. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 





DacoMiirr 3.— No 


233— 


HOLDEH.— SdU<W* ^ Jlf—UklM 


11 

h 


iiii" 

SUM 

m 


Hill 

mi 


11! 


"S-S 6.5-0 

11^ si]- e 
1 II i-J'sJ 1 


ill 

111 


James Lees, cotton 
muiu&cturer: 1824 


•a, 000 


18,000 


11,300 


95,000 lbs cotton, tt.iOJ 

™^!a.p.Tinoi), .95 MS 
75 cords wood, 3.00 225 
S<;001b> starch, .T 183 
Otlier material* in re- 
pairing maclilnery SOO 


So. Stmle 

Hauadni 

Do 

Philadel. 

Hasncku 


V. S. KbnbaU h Co. 
cotton warp manu- 


6,000 


9,S00 


ras 


46,800 lbs N.O.cotton,at .13 

6,084 

Wood,oil,»tarch,leaU»r425 


N.Oricu 


William nichardmn, 
thick boot manufac- 
turer, and l«ji«er & 


3,300 


275 


1,200 


Stock for boot* 3,750 
Calf skins and (Jaughtr. 

hidfg 1.500 
Bark, lime, od,iaUow 300 


Ita-acta 


AKem.Di7den, wool 
len and cotton ma 
chinLit. 


10,000 


1,500 


3,000 


Lumber 1 000; iron cattingi 
inoO, 13,000 iron 60Oj 
leather, paints, Slc. 400. 


Haaaaeh. 


John Jepbenon, lati 
net manufacturer. 


4,000 


2,000 


1,000 


aO.OOOlbs wool, at .40 8,000 
30,00nydscottonwarpl,«SO 
400 ^s oU, al .9 360 
40 cords wood 100 
1000 lbs copperas 30 
75 bbls soap 225 




B*thb0M & Wood, 
cotton minu&ctur- 
en; 1S3I. 


6,000 


10,300 


600 


84,000 Ibi. cotton 9,240 
50 cords wood lOOj 300 gU 

oll28Si2,6001bs»tatchl56; 

nialeriala uiedin repairing 

machinery 300. 


Sob-Stati 
N.ELSta* 


Joe. Kalabrook. wa- 
Eon and plough mu 
lerandblack-nitl.. 


2,208 


550 


50O 


ings 500i charcoal 300; 
oil, &c. 25. 




lfot» Croibj-, boot 
and thoemaker. 


300 


» 


100 


Leather, shoe thread, pegm, 
andnaila 750 


Uauaclm 


Royal e. Chaffin. 


1,000- 


250 


7S 


- 


■ 


ralm leaf hats and 
Mtaw braid. 






500 


- 





[; Doc. No. 308. ] 

'ii-f, 4<-> JiattrtJa imJ, Mam/aelura, Markeli, Workmm, K 



m 
in 



S'si 

Us 
li-ii 



I .a S * & 

l^iA ■ 
Li ? h.f 1 



Ill'Jiisi 

1^ 8*5 U 



rill 



I- •SI 






3S6,000 yds. coarse shcet- 

ingi, BFcr. 9 cti per yA 

935,740 



Soutlat6IX)pr}' 



30 ■ver'g 

3.2s per 

week 

3,510 



364,000yds vu-p, a.l5\ii 



SoMtothesatt. 



3000 piln thick boot* 5500 
Calfskins uid slaughter 
lather 3000 



N. Y. city 
Manachusetts 



lUtcTCW* 300 



1,000 yds, satinet 15,001) 



Providen'e.B,! 



nrordgniron 35 wi^ns, at |35 t,335 

6lldS40 ploughs, at 7 l.m) 

[roiling 40 wigona 480 

piher work '^'i' 



and shoes 1,800 

150 1,750 yds cloth dressed, at 
: IScU 315 

3,000 yds flannel, at . 10 200 



Custom work 



Cuitora work 



3JuS' 



3,700 N 
60U 



•600 
pry 1000 
lOat.arj 
3,712 50 



Sat 1. 

620 

Labor200 



35 aver*; 
•^.00 per 

3,640 



Equal to 
35 at i.00 
per week 
L 9,600 



SAMUEL WABD. 



498 [ Doc No. 308. ] 

DocclrtST 3.— No. 834— HLBBARDSTON.— &*erf«& of J&i»u/od 



1 


11 

si! 


1IJ1I 

m 


II 

ill 


iiliii 

ifllllil 


II! 

5' = 


Two tanneni and 


>$.ooo 


»so 


(3, Olid 


od, and talow »-.3r5 


MaDwh> 


Copperu manu- 
fiicture 

Pulmleafhatii 


4,000 


50 




Copperus ort 


Hiibbanl 












Ephraini Uee«>]i, 


i.oou 


4iO 


1.5( 


Wool used per annum 


i Sp«ii*«i 














hut b.xUeti 








ri„'l:indo;[ 7- 






750 


100 


2U( 


M,,p<>-, hiFcli, and p.ne 
hinib. r 1.700 

PiilI ;..t.: oil 3U 

KreiRlilof cliainto 
market 200 


NLutacb 


Two shoe & Ijoot 


2.000 


lOO 


SOI 


LcHlhcr, thread, pep. 




nunurtclurera 








Uc. 3.0>J0 
Fuel and oil 50 




Col, Moses Wait, 


IJO 


100 


2i« 


•^tock UMii per annum 50u 


Uaiaacb 


caid mamifacurr 








1-V,el, oil. &c. 10 







Dottnuiin 


3.— No. 233.— I. 


iNrASTER._.%Ae<l«ie of 3bmf^ 


LaDca^er Cotton 


»3S,000 


•43.000 


$500 


HB,000 lbs. cotton, at 13 




Manufcctur'K Co. 








ceau I 


0,66 


1 


j<nntconcernil811 








4,000 lbs. starch 
50 cords wood 
Sperm oil 

Freight ofgtwda 


IS- 

40C 

27* 


1"- 


June* FittB, eot> 


1,50" 


1,750 








Vew Oi 


ton wup loanu- 










1,6U 












Jihcrmateriata 


Stf 


-MMcb 


Joalih Fftf, in- 


660 


600 


700 


Lumber 


4(k 


HamkI 


ventor and paten- 








Sett iron cwtingi 


IK 




ts of a tenoninjr 




























J<wiah BilUnp, 


1,500 


35 


l.SOU 


WO slaughter bjda 


»A. 


MUMCl 










ilKi calf akins 
IOj aheep sktni 
Hark amflinH! 
uUandtaUow 


33( 





I Doc. No 308. ] 

ig» Cfc* JtattriA nttd, Maaufiittvrti, Market* Warkmea, Wagtf. 



Hi 

m 


Ill 
fit 

Ills 


rtllll 
Pliji 


|ll'!f:i| 


1 


. 


Leather of ill kinds 

»4,0OO 


M»99Bcbusetti 


latHOol 
»9 '>| 






100 toni coppera* 5,00l 


Bos'n, Provi'e 


l"empldr montli! 








& Worcest'r 


»SOpr.mo (1,400 




Im Icsives 91.00C 


",0.000 hal* 7,m 


Sou. States 










I i,000 hikt bodies 


Hus Vcrm't, 


lit 1 oc 








It 33 cti. 4,390 


and N. H. 


930 








8,000 chain 2,400 


Providence - 


Satrsc. 








■ 




697 50 








Hoot. Mid iboM 4.000 


Sou. market 


B at RD c. 








Do do 1.500 


Custom work 


1,984 






. 


Hand cards annu- 


N. E. States 


1 at I 00 








ally nvinuract'd 1,000 




,10 







SAMUEL WARD. 



t, tit., Matmait atcd, Mamtfaetara, Marluls, Workratn, WaifUi 



Wtou^ nvm and steel 



S5,000yds. cotton wi 
at 5 cents 3,1 

50 machine! 3, 

300 slau^ter liides 



Boston and 
Pbiladelphia. 


-.gent 
91.000 

day 2,7^ 




^. E. Sutea. 


t at 1.35 

per day, 

387 50 

4 at 1.35 

l.SoO 

!at«I 

630 





|3perw. 
•5,304 



«00 [Doc. No. 308. 3 

Docc«««T 3 — No. 235.— LANCASTER.— Scteftdfe »/ 



II 


m 


Mill 

mil 

liill 


1 = 

^ s 
~ e 

il. 

in 




m 

■in 


Abraham M:ilUrd 


fSOO 


Sibo 


»350 


Lumber, Uc fSjC 


\laasachiur 


WBpjn ranker 












Anthony Lane, 


1,500 


ISO 


500 


Cherrv, maple, and pine 




cabinet makei- 








lumber 3U( 
Oil and varnish 51 




Joaah Dean, hat 


1,000 


23 


100 


Slock 300 
















Gawen B. New- 


500 


150 


100 


n-rought iron 500 lbs. 25 




man, whitesmith 








l.Omj bushels charcoal 85 
Oil and lumber 2t 




Ellaa Sawyc?, 


1,000 


300 


100 


Amencun copper 37a 


Maancbiut 


white and cop 








iron 25 




per smith 








Charcoal 50 




Boulx aiid sliuea 


I.S5U 


125 


235 


Slock 1,150 


MuncbOM 


Lemuel Sawjer, 


1,000 


75 


500 


A mcri can saddlen'.hame «», 


Haamchu« 


hsmcas and trunk 








»nd chaise Irimmiiigs lOO 




maker, and chaiae 








Leather, paints, and vaniisli 

.S75 

Horna 14,0U. 




Bevenleen comh 


lo.rso 


3,700 


2,000 


!«. B. sate 


mak n 








Wond, oil, &c. 75i: 




SUaa Sawyer. 


1,300 


150 


50 


Timber, oak and aah lliO 


MaawhuK 


whcelwrifrht 












Elijah Sawj'cr, 


200 


250 


50 






machinist 












nxniim Plummer, 


350 


150 


100 


Stock perannum 90>- 


HarachOK 


_ wheelwright 














1,000 


50 


100 


Iron castings ISO 




pliugh mak.r 








Coal, ^c. ]> 




Carter, Andn-ws, 


6,000 


9.500 


e.oou 


Paper*, pasteboard 30,000 


MuochoM 


& Co. pnntera, 








Morocco &sheepak'. 2,000 




bo:.k-bh,dera. 








Woud and oil 5O0 




copperplate 








Olher materials used in the 




prmtcf*, anden- 












gravera 




;-- 


= 


Freights 500 





[ Doc. No. 308, ] 

Ubi^ Ue., Hakriiik utj, Maimfadura, HbrM; ITorlmat, IVugu. 



in 
111 

It's. 



Ma 

Is-'^l 



f sills 



mil 



all 









30 heavy WHgons (7 JU 
■ Iig:ht do. lOu 

pum of wheels H 
Olher little uticlei iO 
ItepuHng.&c. 250 

Uaau&clured uticlei 

1,00) 



130 copper pumpa 1,300 



MuuchusettsS at %\ 



^^wdJloT 300 



Booti and ihoes 3,300 

Hameu, trunliii, siul 
chaiae trimnung uid re< 
puruigr 1,8Ul 



14,000 CombR ofaU kinds 

60,0U0 
Mr^iu, wheek, be. 
70 
■0 Comb nuuiuficturer'i 

tool* so 

. Article! muiufBCIured 



N. E. SUtes. 

rostom work, 
llaasichuactti 



I Sw. Swedes in 
tperkiidMMl 



«»t7Sc. 

12,787 SO 
1 00 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

T 3.— No. 2.-.C Lr.ICF.WTK.H.— *Afrfnfr o/ A 



Ji 


iti! 




Siil 




% 


inil 


slilhil 


lit- 


3 woollen Tacto- 


glUJ.OOO 


irr.ooo 


880.U0I1 


«9,000 \b>. wool, M 73cta. 


N.Eng.Slrt) 










Sl-J7,!*7^ 


and N. VoA 


clolhl 








,i]'i0 11is. woudat'J cti , 

42. 
'.iOOlba. 50ap, al 12 

■J bhl5. «oft soap, at 3 
d»ll». SOct>., 210 
I'utuli, cuppcrai g'liic. oil, 
sig, K-jr. cs, lime alum 
vood, &c. &r. 6.6^7 


Do 
Do 
Do 

Do 


S mucliiiic card 


r.6,800 


30.600 


14,00. 


;6 498aiili'sleatbn-, Sli,4tl4!N. E. Stxl0 










,',80iJlh». carfwire, 2,5f.-Jl Do 










t 'KtO lbs tallow, 2'-0 


Do 










i«J gallons oil, 6IXj 


Uo 


6 hand card fac 


1,300 


3 ,200 


1,500 


Shetp skins and shaving 
3,li 
i;ard boards, 3,120 


N. E. SHU* 


tones 








Do 










lacks. 634 


Da 










JJ.^UUlbs. wire, worth 5,9<f4 


Do 


4 iMincrici - 


4,783 


583 


3,300 


1 S-i-i hidL'S, al K 6, -.6S 
l.yiOcuir skins, 8,437 
.!50 sliccp skins, 5X 
17J cords bark, at t6, 1,03^ 
iScaaksllmt, atsaso, 14L 
1,643 gallons Oil, I,il 


Do 
Do 
Do 

Da 

Do 


Sate boot! and 


5.000 


300 


2,00 


Lcatber for boots and shoes. 




Ao^, in four 








16.387 




dicpi 








Thread, pejfa, rosin, Sec, 
tl4 


Do 


Scrtfai:* 


3,500 


200 


l.OOu 


10,000 bush, charcoal, 800 


MaMachuwd 


3 machine shop 


2,000 


TOO 


?so 


Charcoal. 135 
Lumber, 35A. 
Iron castings, 5011 


MuncbDMH 
Do 
Do 


^ (actoricj for 


600 


SOU 


400 






drawWwlrc 
1 brush fac orj- 












150 


150 


300 


Bristles 8aOO,wood ISO, 350 


United Sm 


1 ihutUc fitti^ry 


300 




75 


Ironic forged, and wood, Inl 


■aaaacbuMt 


1 bobbin ra::iui^ 


l.OOU 


75 


50 


Lumber, 73 


Ctjviotem 


1 cabinet wart. 


sou 


150 


300 


Maple, pine, and cheiry 


Do 


.hop 








stutF, 35U 
PainLs oil, and varnish 50 


Do 



EXPLANATIONS, REMABO 

Two ofthe machine card factories are workeil by water, one by iteam, and the othn^ In 
bone power. It was so cxcecdini^ly it.fBcult in getting at Mie prices ofthe iiia1cml% in W 
branch uf the buaincaii, by reason of tlie great fluctuation in prlci:*, tluitl wmi abided ■ 
abandon it Lealhet, one of the principal vtkW uted in tbii m aao fcc tttfe, baa b«n *■] 



[ Doc. No. 309. ] 

vted, Maaufadura, Marlstli, IVorlsiatn, TFagu. 









■J Vbv fiireign 
(A. **Tj cenW, 

ro, niidder, log- 
jod ■ olive td, 
:., 32,071 



1^1 



5 fit 



12,000 j-anis br«ul. 
cloth, at $2 50, 

sau.ooj 



Uachine cuiIb muiu- 
factured inniiall}', 
106,7 8« 

iSOO doz. (mosOj) 
coanc hand c&nu, 
at 3 dolls iOccnIi, 

19,500 



.i,250 pain bouts, 

at 2 dollan, if>,50t) 
,7M pain ihoea, 
at 9J cents, 7,084 



drawn, 5.400 

Oniahcs manuf. 3,350 
Shuttles, I " ' 

I lull bins, 
Manufac. article!, 1000 



, in Uasiu, J 
in N. Y., and 
i in the Mid- 
die & South. 
em Stales 









: at S240 
7,920 



lOatrScts.. 1 I 
2 at 1 dnilar, 
I at I dollar, 






1^1 

'it 

til 



Hit 



Ut2db, 

JUcts. 
2,470 



[> ADDITIONAL FACTS. 

1 nod aearce the lut yean but, by convening with the gentlemen enga^red in the biin> 
^ tbey acknowledi^ a nett profit of fiAeen per cent. 1 hftre, accordingly , tvtnged 
liHttirT kA otbv nateriBli »gnt»i>lj to tt»t per cent. 

SAMUiBL WAKO. 



I Doc. No. 308. ] 

DwwfiiiT 3.-N0, 1137.— I,F.0M1N3TER.— StAaftib e/ J 



I 



llill 






i1-sTi|Ji 




1 clothier 

3 nukchine shops - 

4 bbck and white 
4 ihoc Duutiirac- 

Wheelwright and 

eh>i»e miker- 
Hattin^ - 

Bnd maker 

r>lm le*r hsU ■ 

3 paper nutnu&c- 



3,000 
l.StW 



#7,500 KOOu 
aOO 7,500 



Lumber, coal, and 

castings JOO 

Coal and oil JOO 

Leather, thread and pc^s, 

1,9U0 

Fuel and oil 100 

Stock per annum l,OtX) 

Furs 350 

Fu^-I, oil, &c 40 

Nail pUlei SOO 

Coal, &c. 21 



Stock used per annum, 
consisting of lagi 19,3J0 

Sizing, alum, <M 
and fuel 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

J^ Ut^ MUeriab utid, Manujaelvnt, Mrktt*, Worhntn, Wagt». 





111 


What proportions are dis- 
poKd of in this State. 
Wliat proportion in other 
Slates, and where What 
proportion in foreign 
countries, and where. 


ML 
Hn 

lilt 


i 


aMh bomi «3J,000 


Combi of all kinds, nn- 


Principal cities In 


ISO at 7ic. 


IS at 40c. 




nuatly manuTaftured, 


the Uoloo. 


J34.875 


•9,300 




1 12.000 








agn hide* l.MB 


Luther of all kindi. 
11,500 


Ussncbuietts . 


8 at 93cts. 
3,281 60 




ttnffii 300 


Wool cardbf »nd cloth 
dreoin; l.SOO 


Custom work - 


2 at (I 
630 




, ateel and brua, 


Maehinciy 4,500 


New England 


6atl 25 




750 




States. 


5, -.35 




moA rteel 1,000 




Custom work. 


9 at I 
2,700 




" 


Boots and ihoM 5,000 


Custom work - 


10 at rsc 
3,3i5 




iM trimmings 300 




WoreesterCo. - 


5 at 1 
1.550 
1 at 1 




iMiwocil 50 


Hats innuallv nanniifac- 


Custom work - 






tured SOU 




Jl« 




- 


Bnds annually manu- 
factured S50 


HaraacUuMtta - 


1 at U5cts. 
253 50 




■ loTe. SOO 


13.000 bats at 35 cent!. 


Boston and New 




25 at 30c. 




3.000 


Vork. 




J.J35 




Writing, printing siid 


Principal cities - 


30 at Soc . 


30 at 3*. 




wT»p'gpaper 3e,000 




4,960 


3,100 



SAVL WABD. 



[ Doc. No. 368. ] 



DoecHi'T 3.— No. 238— LUNENBURG.— &A«dufe of MmmfrndtoM 



■11 

III 


iiil 
mil 


lli-il 


If 


iiiipii 


it 

111! 


£ 




> 




H 


< 


Burcl coopen - 


10 small 
building. 

fi.eou 


$200 


SI ,300 


Slavea and hoop polea 

#1,400 




Edmund Cuihing, 


1,000 


3,000 


3.000 


Leather, 4,000 dieepfc 


At home & i 


printer and book- 








lamb skins, at 15c. l.OOO 


thia State 








2,400 reams paper 5,000 












8.0U0 lbs parte board 400 












40 packs ^1d leaf 300 












JOO lb., printing ink 375 




PdmleafhaU 






1,000 






DUBufkctured 












John D. Pi*tt, 


MO 


100 


20C 


M»t)le, birch, and pine 


UunchuKt 


chair maker 








timber 600 
Pwnta and oil 100 




Boot and ihoe- 


1,000 


100 


1,000 


Leather, thread, and 




nttking 








peg, 4,000 
Fuel, oil, &c. 100 




TanninfT and cur- 


3,000 


200 


3,00 


Bark, hklei, &c. 5,000 




C^C^t work - 


400 


300 


300 


Maple, cherry, and 












pine 200 







Docu 


■aXT 3.— No. 339. 




Cotton ft woollen, 


»l 35,000 


850,000 


•15000 


90,000 lbs. Upland cotton. 






Water 


No horM 




at lie. 30,000 lbs. Sei 




D. D. Famum 




power 




lBh>nd,at22c, 170,000 Ibi 
wool, at SSci eveiy ma- 
tcrial consumed valued at 
•50,000 
760,000 lbs. cotton. 




BUckttone Hanu- 


75,000 


r5,ooo 


20,000 


Vev CMeu 


&c'g Company 








at i:ic. 95,000 
liO barreU starch %400 
Other materiala uaed 


PhlUdeJ-a 
N. E. Sttfe 


Fune uid Ray. 


10,000 


e,ooo 


l.OOt 


50,000 lb*, cotton. 




cotton numtdkCn 






at 13jc. 6,35C 
SOO nlli. a. oU 500 
40 Barrela flour SOO 
13 do itarch im 


Philaddp^ 










160 cord* wood 450l 





[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

OuiUmgi, tic, Materiab uaed, Maitufaeiure$rJlark*it, Wtniuntii, Wage*. 



ill 

i 


lit 

Ills 




Ml 

fill 


|1| 

fill 
fill 


i! 


lone 


8,000 bbls. of vuious 


All in this 


16atr5c. 








kiniKWT-Sctfc $6,00C 


State, Scmoit. 


»3,72iJ 








4,000 mU caiikB and 


ly in Huston 










other smitU coslu. 












>t gj. soc 










Tone 


Cluarto Bibles 6.0W1 


it in Boston 


LOatere. 


\ at 33 c. 






Walker's School 


j in N. York 


2,077 


409 2( 


JS7 70 




Other boob 3,000 


\ in Fhila. 


















•dm I~Ta s,O00 


65.000 halB, tvers^ 


MoaUy fopthe 






200at25c 




price36c.e»ch I'J.SOO 


Sou. market 






15,500 


rone 


Chairs annually man- 
uftctured 1,400 


Massachusetts 


3 11 1 1)0 
620 






[DM 


Shocfl and boots 8.000 




Oat 75c. 
2,3?5 


- 


3 at SO c. 
465 


■ 


Leather of all kinds 




9 at 75 c 








8,000 




l,;!t)5 






Uoe»)f uid trim. 






2 at 75 c. 








lured 800 




465 







SAMUEL WARD. 
hOMtigt, tit., Mattriab tutd, Jdanufacturet, Marlutt, Workmen, Wage*. 



Sn oil, inligD, uid 


255,000 jdi. iheeUngi, 


New Yofk, 


7S M 95c 


10 at 33c 






at 10c., 210 000 fd^ 


Phihulera, h 






lerweek 




latiiiet warpi, at t^c.. 












135,000 yd*. »»tineta, at 














reign couit- 








. 


2,500,000 vatds cotton 


New York, 


104 men. 


t^ 


166 wtf. 




cloth, 1^5 4, 3-8, 4-4, 
3-a, 3-4, aheetiTiKS >n<l 


Philadel'a, & 


ncn, and 


inderie. 






ivera'B | 


1,308 tA3 


^r.weet 




diiTtiii^ avera^^ 10c 




unfj to 


S68,016 






per^ SS0,00C 










- 


'isas^'"^':^ 


AU in R. bl'd 


17 at; 00 


S at Si. 






- 




i,37» 


f826<M 


3,585 31 



iOS 



[Doc. No. 308. ] 



DocniMT l^^hVt^ 



5 i 


3i.5i^ tSISSl 


s 


:§'||=|5i 


311 




llifl 
iiiil 


it ir 

Hill 
lilll 


1 
Hi 

ill 




1 


rwne uhI Hmy. 


)H,000 


S3. 500 


S3 ,000 


30 ton. cirtings •3.0O0 
Lumber SOO 


9tMi 


i«chine.y 








l.OOU lb». Mils 65 

Charwial ISO 
Soapgtonc 160 
Glue 40 
Linseed oil S5 










Plants 100 










100 Eslls. I. (»l 85 
50 ySB-WooHen cloth SO 




















SO cords wood ISO 




Emenon Haven, 


1.000 


ISO 


20£ 


Pine, cherry, b maple 


IfUMdi 


cabinet maker 








lumber *00 
Plants, oil, fc Tamiah 50 




Pour dealer, in 


, 


. 




Straw HOC 


MO 


•tniw hraJd and 
bonneta 
8e-h Krily, cotton 












12.000 


e.oDo 


1,00( 


53,000 lbs. cotton. 


NcwM 


manufikcturer 








atTJicis. 6,533 
Sian-h IStJ 
Oi! And fuel 383 


Phil»ld| 


Pitti, BufFim. & 


23,000 


14,000 


15, 0« 


3r.00C Ibi colton. 


New Oil 


Fal^:<»<ik,»l>nett 








at li>i CIS. 3,S73 


New Eb| 










ISa.OUO lbs, wool, 
at 55 eta. 75,900 
Oil 64C 
Hard and .oft toap 7« 
Fuel 46C 
Allum. vitriol, cop- 
pers;, B-lue, ic 12S 


StaUafc 








Lackaa-aner coal 137 


Pennaj-lt 








Starcli ItC 





ELXPLAMATIOIf S, REMi] 

.AntiMr* f« Qualimu. 

IMi. Work 13 hour*; 13 months. i6\l: Scventy-Gve ccnti per dijr, tar wanama 
111 per KHMith, bj the year. irib. Fivepercent. 18tb. KTepercent. 30tli. BrxH 
credit 31«t. If no mftnufiicturinj were done in the Umted States labor would be 7 
cent lower, mnd real estate ai much. Laboren and manu&cturen would pmbablf : 
to the cotton Undii for the purTinae of nialiiir co:lu:i. 

Thi* blank mt left wiib 'ht Hf^sti. F».rnurji, lequcs'Jng ihom to enter their cita 
ment tbcnuelresu it wMMippoMd they would wint to iHTeiypHtiwilRr. Botdt 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 



11 


IK 


m 


flit 


m 

m 
mi 


m 

fill 


*T»*fctiroo 

Jl,500 

■Ml 1^ 

ur BO 

dag. 150 

a s,«oo 

r 3M 
■wL &c 415 


Cotton and woollen ma- 
chinery annually tiunil' 
fcctured 83+,OO0 

IfanuiactuKd articles 

1,300 

Straw braid and honneti 
10,000 

366,000 yanli J cotton 
cloth at 8 c». 1B,030 

165,000 vds. tatinet at 
TOmbU 115,500 


i Mass. and j 
Rhode Island 

Ditto 

RliodcIaUnd 

( Providence 
1 Philadclphii 


JOatll *5 
111,633 

SatrSc*. 
U5 

T atl 00 

2,170 

tS at fiO 
15,160 




18 at 2». 
11,860 

9 at 2., 

9j 


»0et|100 

#9.000 
28 at 42 

3.381 ao 

5 at 4f 

""3,255 



ADDITIONAL FACTS. 

ion that could be obtained from them, you hftve in theb own hand wrhiny, toc^cther 
IK» aimren to the queMioni on the other ude of tlui sheet. The reaaon why I ha*a 
m atore putieular in mentioning' the Afferent lands, with the quantity and ralue of 
lad of material uaed at the Dbcbtone nunufaciurinff eatahliihment, ia, becaiueancw 
Mtf been sftpointed, and he was not able to give all the information required. The vahM 
i««l ctfUe and machinery ii taken from the town valuation "Hie number of pouod* 
OB oaed per annum, is correct, aa is also the number of yatda of cloth annually mant^ 
da and the immbcr (rf' men, women, and children constantly empJoyed, with tlie 
B wag«i per wMk. 

SAHUEX WABD. 



510 [ Doc. No. 308t ] 

DocDmar 3,--No. 340.— HBNUON and DOUGLAS.- 



1 


m 

mil 


111 is 

m 


§1 

1l 

III 


fill 












^ 




Ceorife Carpen- 


f 15,000 


jr.soo 


15,000 


60,000 lb9. wool at 55 cts. 


N.E. State 


ter h EaiCmiM 








(3:J,0M) 


NewTtri 


Taft, wttinclt 








iO.OOO ydi. c. walp at S 


UaaMchw 










eta. 4,000 
-perm oil 2j0 
Hard & »oft aoap 51*;- 
Fuel 250 




Alet Wd«n, 


lO.OOO 


a,000 


2,000 


20,000 bush, charcoal 




scythe manu- 








1,600 




laeturer 










Virgini. 


Do us 111. 












-Warner Hunt & 


10,000 


1,000 


10,000 


900 CiLactawana coal 


Pemurim 


Co^aiemanu- 








S,10O 




fteturer 








10.000 bush, charcoal 600 
2,000 Iba. borait 440 


tlUMCbtt 


fccluHnBcon^ 


30,000 


30,000 


8,000 


jao,000lb^ cotton at 11 

cent* 24,200 


Geor^ 


pany 








SObrlB-alarch 800 


PhUadelp 










Oil, coal, wood, leather. 










picken, ahuttlca, bob- 












bins, bruabea, brooma, 












ice 3,500 




Foot dealer* in 
1. bndd 








Straw 400 


UuMdH 



I Doc. No. 308. ] 

r ^ ae., Mderiab UMed, Maaufadara, Marled, Workmen, JVagta. 





111 


i 5 3 i 5 

liliii 


m 

. = 8-0 

llli 




III 


fi.ooa 


80,000 k<lB. Baltioct >l 


New York and 


18 at 90 




I3.t43 


.-e-^ik'ljgo 6,000 
yesWffi 350 


75 cen'tB 160,000 


1-hiladclphii 


t5,n22 




(1,563 49 


r. inm 5,000 


J,8D0 doz. scfthes at 


linBoilon.fin 


lemcoBl 






Ibi. Bteel 2,077 


19 16,300 


N. York, J in 


tl 33 eft. 






»el 400 


3i0doz. aiesU|13 


Philadelphia, 


lOmont'* 






tonea 300 


3,250 


i in Baltimore 


in tlie >. 






M 






5,3DU 






I r inin 30,000 


5,000 duz.ue9attl3 


, if Massacliu- 


53 M 81 






cut •tee) 9,200 


65,000 


»ettfi, J in N, 


35 cU. 






.hliArtcel 6-10 


3,000 doz. hatchets at 


Vork. 1 in 9. 


4 at Tic, 






wan 1,000 


S3 50 ie,5(KP 


snd W. Stales 


:0,5J7 50 






' 


1,000,000 yd>.Jprint- 


Hoalon, New 


?,.- affl 








ingjfoodi 65,000 


Torlc,&.Phib 


10,8JO 


S6 at 25 


107 at M 






delphia 




4,340 


50 p «.'k 
13,910 




Stnwbnid 5,000 


MiuaochusetU 


- 




iSatlOO 

per year 

4,500 



SAMUEL WARD. 



513 [ Doc. No. 308. 3 

DoctmsirtS.— No. 74l.—mLVO«D.—SiAtAibof 



if 


ipli 
111 


Value of tools, machinery 
and apparatus, other than 
the finturea: Number and 
value of horses and other 
animals used in the business . 


In 
pi 


lltll 


1^: 

f, 

III 


Satinet manufac- 


110,000 


y3,ooa 


»3,000 


S2,000 lbs. wool 936,000 


V.Z.* 


tory. 








80,000 warpa at Sc4,0uO 
9penn (m1 SOOI 
Pot and pearl ash, 

allum, vitriol, cop- 

pcraa, soap, mg. 

teazles, wood, kc. 

&c. £W0 


Do 




soo 


100 


1,000 


Fan (all kinds) 3,000 
Wood 7i 


AH the! 


BooU and shoei - 


50.000 


1.500 


10,000 


thread's. peg» blfiOO 


hpiuiai 


Cotton warp man- 


S.000 


3,000 


1.000 


30,000 lbs. cotton 


Oeors«l 


uftctory forsa- 
tineltB. 








at 11^ CIS. 3,450 

Wood, oil, sUrch, 
lace.lcaUicr.kc 300 


Orlta 


Woollen yam 


1,000 


100 


400 


G,000lbs.wool,50 3,000 


N. T, Vt 


■nanuhctory. 








150 galla. oil 135 
Fuel, &c., &c. 7S 


km 

Haandi 
D< 


Currieni 


1,000 


300 


3,000 


1.000 calfakina 3,000 
♦,5W> dry hide* 13,5-* 
1,000 aUuKh- bide* 9,000 
Oil and tallow 450 


N. YoA. 
laaal 












Cuti«ry - 


1,000 


SOO 


300 






ShutUes 


1.000 


1,000 


500 


Iron forged, and 
wood 500 


MMHck 


Btrawg^>od» 


- 


- 


4,000 


Straw 6.000 


MaMacb 


Coach lace facto- 


200 


500 


500 


Stockandperan. 3,000 


MaMKk 


Chaiie Ic waB^nia 


I.OOO 


500 


1,000 


Stock of all kinda 
usedperannum 1,000 


Haa^ch 


Cabinet ware - 


GOO 


400 


750 


Pine, cherry, nu- 
pte, and bireb 300 

i'kinta, oil, and nr> 
n..h 300 


MlMCb 


HameM maker - 


300 


100 


900 


Hameaitcstfaer 9W 
Plated ware, fcc. ISO 


HwHk 


Plough. 


400 


100 


«0 


Iron caatin^ 60C 
Timber 5( 
Coal IS 





Z Doc. No. 308. ] 



IIS 



a 









l-^l 



l|i|f 



Hi 
- "tj 

:rs.s 
If 



Ell 



III 

fill 



111 



I -til 



■ttomI 
sawood. 



rool 500Men«Ddboyi*hBU7,500 



35,000 pair thick 

and thin buots SO.UOO 
:}5,000 puir iho 

uid brogans 

80,000 yds. c< 



35,000 
9,00ft 



y.Y.,PhiI»delphi»i, 
Bait., Charlciton, 
S. C, Savuuiah, 



2 at SOc iit SOc. 



100 men, 30 hoys, and 30 fe- 
males, employed at 70c. per 
pair Fur boots, and 30c. per 
pair for ihoes f3S,000 



Ytin for hosiery 6,000 



,000 calf skins 3,500 
,500 dry hide* 13,500 

_ ,00f> (lau^ter do 9,000 

14,000 lbs.sha*inKa 4,300 

PenkruTcs and tS' 

I 3,000 

Shuttlei 4,000 

Straw braid and 
bonneU 60,000 

Lace mauuTactured 5,000 

ChniKS & w^rons 3,000 



MuuchuBetti 



H. E. States 

Northern and mid- 
dle States. 
Piincipi) cities in 

the Union. 
Boston, N. York, 
and Pbilidelpbia. 
County of Wor- 
cester principally. 
Munchutetta 



Ucty 3O0 Htrneraes, bridles, 

be, be. 4,000 

i. KM ploughs 1,600 



SAMCEL WAHD. 



gl4 [Doc No. «0«.:| 

PM.3.— I(o.S43_MILI3tlRV, Mb- t—MttMnf Mm^ 



l! 


m 


nil 

"El''- 
llil 


g'3 

ili 


slillH 




Voou«», : 


m,ow 


*JO,000 


tiO OWi 


)G,00i> lbs. wool, at ex. 


Kri 


tM^un IBM, 








MO,oU) 




Ooodill manu&c 


water pow. 






2.UU01bi.coppera*,3 60 




tming company. 
J. B. Brown & A. 








i-0 k\'. »P". oil, 80 400 
500 lbs. alum, 6 asr.JO 


■nk 

Mi, 


French, Jiunt 








TbO " B. vitriol, 10 7S 


c«. 


gimk. 








U'JO " Q. bark, 5 6S 
itOd'- Sumac 9t 
1-eulea l.SOO 
.J,ooolb«.woad,«t7a^l0 
i,W)8 " glue, 13 7» 
i,600 " potashes ai6 
iU tuna Lehigh coal 340 
oOobuah cbarco.1 43 
Wood 1,100 
Buses, paper, twine, 
lapea, &c Bic. 700 


H.a 


Wooflena 


10,000 


5,0« 


10,000 


23^M lbs. wool, S3 ct>. 


N. T. 


br,f..I, 1831. 








13,37S 


Cm, 


iMr™,. 


water pow. 






Copperaa and oil 950 
Alum and B. Vitriol SlJiS 
P. aunuc k Q. bark 39 
S,5u0 woad, 385i teailea. 

230 633 
Glue and pola^ea 126 
Coal, wood, boxes, twine, 

&c. 300 
Uhirii coal 40 
57,2A)lbs.wool,45Gt«. 


thai 


WooDetu 


8.800 


6,300 


15.000 


vt.. 


begun 1837. 








^ =*^'*^ 


c«, 


Baml. WaUn, H 


water pow 






SOO.OOOteazlea, 108 " Mi 


■ICn 


Walera, b Orra 








r.SUU FuUer'sioap, 10 7>^ 


StaH 


GoodeU. 








300 giUla. lamp od, 73 335 




WalenbGoodetl 








Wood, coal, copperaa, 
paper, twine, boxea, Ue. 




Joint ftoct 


















1.4M 




WooUena 


10.000 


4,000 


8,000 


31,aOOUi*. wool,4S 14.04V 


Pr»d 


begun tS3l. 








Teasels 31,U0U, soap 


IVaa 


B. Woodward b 








3U bbls. 410 


Wl 


J. Gorlin. 








900 galls. L. oil ISO, 


thai 


Woodward fcGor- 








Slg. fcc. 150 300 




tin. 








Wood, colli, copp'a, bosea. 










. 




, 



Ifct fi wg o i ny and » 



MymyiiH aehednhi 



EXPLANATIONS, BBKJ 

', %S,Kiid4rhkTemai* 



lamueh prcctMODM the nature af the caie would aUow. 

■ilb tSHjfdkat the auMUtt of capital inTcsted, andof ^ooda manuiactnrcd. h« i^ 
Wwwpeat de p rtMCC in th; pncei of moat of the artidca manufactured, HidtkB| 
* ' " If Kate of the naiketi, baa ^nbabV^ hul a tatidency to produce tliia raauk. 
HibetllKdUe coutamly \ii«tei>snK >ivi>ru^. t^m «kc lh» ntklw 
• cxtoit which, firandttubacj <A«w«Mh\idBnMa»'<»-«Mdk.<teN|«R 



C On. Nd. sot. ] 

■r d\t k Mw I, * Itlatiiihj — * J- 



$U 






ill 

fill 



a s H 2 a 

^h■li 
iiilii 



ill! 



nil 
1^11 



PI 



Pinr and middling 
br'dcloik>,60,U(K' 
yd*. , areta^ v^uc 
375 ]65,0U0 



Boaton, lV, Tork, 
PKila., fttid Kul- 
timore; princi- 
paJly however 
in Boston 



ia.hatic I 



nd^, ISO 325 
ulo^'d 3I.2S 

a. ftutic I37.JU 
Eamwood 5. 
u madder 25i 
hudaoitp \n 



iK>ap,I< 373 
L O. oU i88 



Fine and nuddling 
br'd clodu, 10/X;u 
fits., avenre ral. 
2rS 2i,7J0 



Mixed, ofire, and 

In^ irn br'd clotlu, 
g4,tX)ij;dB,, 173 

4S,000 



Mixed broad clolha, 
iS.SuOjdi., avet- 
unag 173 cU. 



t3,6U 



} in tbi* SUtei 
bil-iDce Id New 
Yorlc and Pa. 



Priilcipally in 
N. V.nnaphil- 
adalphia 



DDinONAI. PACTS. 

* H« mM of auflcient magnitude to be ioaerted in the Mhedule. There ia pro. 
Mia Ae liBita ol the town, water power unoccupied, ufficient to propel u mucb 
R M b DOW in opentioni and it ia reawnable to auppoae that &e btuiocM of tho 
I am loaf be much increaaed. 
iidh ii w wect fa By tubiutted by your obnUent terrui^ 

LEWU BOLLS. 
■■■■ Fanim Onwi) fc Ruui. 



*1» 



i; Doc. No. SOS. ] 

Dammar 3.— No. 343.— MUXBDVr, Mo. 3.— » fa*ifc^< 



II 


iiiii 
i%ni 


iiiii 

1 i^'- 


11 

ill 




i-; 


•s^l 


S 5 -0 ^ "- 


^al's 


i-i 


t\\ 




j,ilil 


rii: 


m 


■Jiiiilli 




Cotton «Ueetin^ 


ie.oDu 


10,000 


3,000 


90,000 Ibi. cotton 10,B00 


CMtoato 


bepm 1825. 
CJeb Burbank. 


W»t«pow 






3,500 lbs. starch 175 


Gtorni,cl 








SOOgUlonsoU ISO 


iDauSakl 










Wood, coal, belling. 


cipdly i 










bagpng, twine, Bic. 435 


dwiltta. 


Cotton for print. 


8,000 


10,300 


1,500 


60,000 Iba. cotton 7,50(1 


COtafil 


ing,bep,r.lB30 








100 gallons oil 7J 




Ch^. H. Pope. 








3.100 Iba. starch 136 


Pa^j 










Wood and coal, be. 355 


Writing;, wf«pp'g 


12,000 


500 


2,600 


30 ton,^ rags 3,0<» 


Abmfac 


uid printing pa 
per, beeun 1796 


Water pow 






litonasizing 150 
600 Iba alum 30 


ragsfroBl 
burgud 


Cileb Biirbunk. 








30 casks lime SO 
40 cords wood 130 
Clulh for pelting 75 


State. 


Tanning, curry 


7,000 


600 


10.000 


ar.000 1ba.»oal lea. 5,500 


Hides foi 


bg, uid manu 


Water pow 






3,800 aides up. lea. 6,400 


gia.o<h« 


bc'y ahocs. 


attwuiery. 






3,000 sheep skins 800 


nalsnxMf 


AmmWood 








300 calf skins 60l> 
2,400 cot. sheeting 340 
Shoe pegs IK 
500 gals, fish oil 3O0 
70 g^s. lamp oil 53 50 
1,000 hides 3,000 
500 calf skins, green 635 
75 conln bark 600 
Boxes lime, &c. 300 


thMBate 


Scylbft manufcc 


10,000 


300 


7,500 


1,S00 lbs. wro't iron 90 


Tlus Strt 


toty. 


Water pow 






13,000 bu. charcoal 900 


PeoBgh 


Hut & Whipple 








SO tons Lehigfa coal 500 




. Joint utock, be 












jfun 18:; 1, 
Henry Tower k 


1,500 


BOO 


1.400 


Wood, coal, &c. 
















«" "I t^fW 












■qtuufj, beveU, 












Ibwiu' trowcla. 












kc. begun 1838. 




-■■ ■ ■ JJ 









[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

. miifiifi imr rr i jinf i i. riti • ri. rvjHtmm, rr^m. 





1 

riii 


m 

lliiti 


ft 


m 
II ll 

il 
Ifii 


m 

fill 


- 


330.000 vdi. Cotton 
BheetiDgatac. 25,500 


Very few in tbi« 


llal93e 
3,069 


4 at a3c, 
276 


30at50c 
4,50» 


- 


Jla,000 jawlB cotton 
cloth for pnnting 90,380 


Nearl* aU in thii 
State 


Sat Sic. 
1,9« 


8 at 35c. 

aoo 


17>t44e. 

2,U* 


- 


S,eOO Trataa vrntiag 

paper 7,500 
GOO do pnntinK do 1,500 
1,500 do wmpp'ff 900 


This State 
N. Y. and R. I. 


Sat 82c. 
1,330 


1 at 3Jc, 

rs 


7 at «c 
tHO 




30,000 pain men'* 
vomcn'* and boys 
ahoea 35,000 

S,000 ud« upper 
lather 0,000 

500 cmlT dnna I,1S5 


Principally in 
Georpa 


to at 80c 
9,600 




SOalMc. 
3.1M 


LiTOD 

3,800 
Meel I.IW 

fadrtOIKf 

2oa 

imiilwood 
■MCMtinsi 


MO dozen wide rrui 
Kjthe. 3.600 
300 do narrow do 2,-400 
300 do eajtem do 1,400 
350 do (rrsin 3,93i' SO 

Total amount of artidea 

«4,000 


New York, Penn- 
sylvania, Mary- 
land and Haino 

Boitoti, Provi 
dence and New 
York 


liatric. 
2,988 

Sat S». 
I,2il 







8AMVBI. WARD: 



SIB 



I DM. Na. 30«. ] 



DMribn* 3— No. M4.— ynXBimT, Ito. 3. 



II 

111 



mi 



is-sia 



Mil 

mi 






|||31lil 



Blanu&chirinK 

Uubinery for 

Ldand k Sabin 
Jmnt stock 
begun 1836 



lUctune Huiu- 
bctory, prin- 
dp(ll7)brcol. 



lluiufactor; of 
miuketl for U. 



n.Doo 

Wkt. powei 



nuiketh Nid 
tiflea 
L«ke [tbrin^- 



SO.OOOlbi ironcutinn 

» 3,500 

4,500 "wrought iron 370 
50 K*l)». Un. oU at Tf eta. 37 S 
Lumber, conuiting ofnu- 

pl«, pine, cheiniit, and 

cherry plink b<ur<l* and 

jouti 500 

Painti, wood, colJ, nuls, 

bnub Mid leather 433 

90,000 Iba. iron cut'p 4,500 Oi 
Lumber, conit'g princi- 

pilly of pine, chetnut, 

and cbeiry pUnk 500 & 
rOOO Ibi. wit. iron 4W 

Punti too Oi 

Lp. dl,75gsUi>t75cti56 3 
Wood, cofJ, leatbier, n&tls, 

Bud bradi 600 Ol 

18 tons wrt iron ^580 a 

75 " Lehigh co&l 750 01 

6 chaldrons VIrg do 90 01 
25,000 bush, charcoal 1,500 01 
3,500 eun stocki at 30 c 750 (H 
JOO galla. lamp i»J 180 01 

Wood, alcohfJ, &C. 300 0> 
Boaei 350 Oi 

,J00t!Un(toGkBat35c;300 
I.SOObamJa l.SOO 

1,200 leti braai moun^ 
ingi 440 



I Don. Mo. 3<M. ] 

t, J Wi ii / ■ I , Jkltft, mrkmrn, IT^Mi 



«• 



111 



HOC 

cmn aad 



Ub'db; 



«li^b 



|4,»J0 
nttineltdo 80 1,300 
ISkerMf do 80 1,200 
^Opggt 6olS0 1.500 
lOjacka do 200 3.000 
Scondi'ndo 80 400 
5 wup dreucn 
.tl30 

r? cud* U 130 •11.640 
16 ipinn's frames 4,603 
1 4 drOKn it HiO 

1,400 

500 

4 drawing fnLniei 400 

Pickcra and other 

mull machinery 500 

H) 3.0O0 muikeU, and *p- 

pendtpe* 24,500 

20 ton* troD U 95 1,9U0 

>0 troQ aluA^ looakli 



ke. 



s,soo 



dflini* 501,10Oinu(keti»t 



llliii 



Thi. Stale, Vt., 
Conn,, N. Y., 
■od Pcnn. 



Huriieli to 

It&te* 
Iron in thu State 



fU\ 



lE.'sl 












iir.r 



«aa. [ Doci No. 308. ] 

m S^No. 345 — WLLBUKT, No. 4.—3AiMt^MmafiKkm. 



II 



'^ £-3 I, 

ml 



Ibkiiulsctory of spindlei 
brcgtlon uid wool- 
Ini machinery i Sua- 
uJd Browni bcpui 



MiDufactorr of cutlcryt 
Otit Pukud h Co. 
hegan 1S31* 

Boot* and thott tnuiu- 
ftctured bj N. & D. 
Ooduii, IthnuiUar- 
tii, luid Am Andrein 



Cotton thT«kd manu* 
^turing computT; 
J- L. SiBly. A. Hill, 
mud J. A. tloreyj be- 



inn 

s i.si'i 



111 



Hi I 



3,000 Ibi. tod luther, 
>tJ3ct*. 1,100 

4a0c»lf>klii^>t|3, 
1,200 
300 ndei upper leMh- 

CT, roo 

Lamp ml, 50 

Sheep ikiiu, morocco, 
kid ikiiu, he. 300 
10,SOO lb*. coUon. Bt 
U cu. 1 ,470 

Oil, wood, boiei, 
twine, paper, be SOO 



• -ft 

ill 

iih 
till 



* TU> MliblUiiMM bM not been in opentioB but a 4Mtt tiiM t henee the i«tBn M 1 





htalMfhti 











EXPI,^U(ATIOin, MMMUtk 

TUifitmBtlltamo, ud tfie aianlhctnn gfpalmkar h^ateeowta ba Ac «^hm 

tftariMw doM in it, Mida tnm ibsr ■pimltunl paHuha. Tlie brmen af tU o**^ 

ipanrfaal bnoua for their hotter, cheeac, and pork, and An aapplv t]^ Beetai Md" 

«MhriHargrtireB94«*4fl|HUiddoainvMtlioftiuMethreeertH^panMB. H* 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



Ill 

ifi 




{lilli 


1 


m 

m 


w 

11 


lWlb..««l.>tI8 


33.000 cotton and 


Piincipallv in Ihli 




3 at 50c 








Stale 


•3,001 






MIT, file", ^ue. 












imkoaei, &c. 200 


«4.oia 

3,Cl00fplndle».at22 
ctB. 660 

1,800 Throstle and 
Brewiter do, at 8t 
cent*, l.Sia 


licut, N. York, 
andNew.Hamp- 
shire. 








*rtce;i«>n, brui 


Penknives, amount 






Sat 50c 




WJ-, emery, crociu 


sold per annum. 






43( 


















aOOpa. boota, 3,400 


This Btate 


I5atS4cU 


I at 50 c. 






;,000 ps. shoes, at 




4,33( 


45( 


«.100 




fl 25, J,OOC 












.OOOdoatai, 1,000 












9,000 Ibi. cotton 


New Vork and 


lat«l, 300 




9 at 40 e. 




bread, averare value 


Penn^Wanin 






1.080 















SAMUEL WARIX 



lemgt,yc.,MiatruiUfiKd,UinuJdaurta,Morhdt, Wkrkntm, Wagu. 



Imtcj, |I,000 35,000 hats, #6,350 New York 



I ADDrnONAL FACTB. 

Ik^ &t)ni three to five hundicd tona of iron ore 

r per tgo before digpng, th* piincipal part of w\ 



SAHUU. WARD. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



DoMTNiRT 3.— No. 247.— NORTHBOBO' SAtduk tf 



II 




Hill 
lllil 

im 

■sll'sS 

liili 


3'5 

11 


illil! 
illll! 


11 
ti 

111 


Cotton Mnnuliic- 


(IS.OOO 


C7,000 


11,000 


60,000 Iba. cotton M 86,60o 


Sou'ra SI 


tutinp Compkiiy 








«,i00 1bi. »tarchat 150 
Sperm oil ISO 
Leather, bobbini, ahutUea, 
&c. &c. 30< 
25 cords wood 75 


MidaieS 


MacUinirt 


3,000 


l.OOti 


SOO 


Lumbci- 200 


tlHMdi 


Tannin jr and cur- 


3,000 


SOU 


7,300 


4.000ludea.t3.33 12,500 


Pniwdl 


rying 








3500 calfskins at 1.10 2750 
125 cords b»rk 750 
!5bb;i.FJorcnceoil 450 
^ dn. N. F. o'd 70 
3,000 lbs. tallow ISO 
CScukilime 50 
230 lbs. lamp blufc 30 
Gums, &c. 20 
U cordi fuel 36 


^^ 


ClothiciV woAj 


800 


iSO 


300 


Teazles. »o»p, fuel,tc. SO 


lb>»d 


Bool wid shoe 


2,000 


400 


2.000 


Stock per annum 12,000 


M>i»cl 














ChildRni* car- 


SOO 


100 


«. 


1 bl. 8. turpentine 14 


ProduH 










tOnll) I'rnseedoU 11 
lOOibi. nuts, SOm.tacks 13 


Hw]4h 










Hwi. 










200 yd*, frinpi 33 












Lumber 75 












Palms 15 




rdmkBfhaU 




- 


■ 


- 





[ Doc. No. 808. 3 

IrK^i^ tfA, Mttirimhtutd, Jtamtjadaru, MarktU, Warlattta, Wagti. 



m 


111 

alii 


liiif 

llliji 


!1 

fill 


tl¥- 

m 

111! 


ill 






240,000 yuda coHon 
cloth 110,400 


1 sent to Boston 
for wle 

Isold in the Mid- 
dle States 


7 ai 93c 
820 IS 10 


~ 


3iat40c 
#3,100 


■MiTM f 300 

lbB.eMtiteel <U 


Cotton iMch-iy 3.000 


New Engluid 

States 


5 at 100 
1.550 


6 at iOc 

•930 




None 




a tons a. leilhcr 4,000 
5,000 lidei upper do. 

2,500 ctlf :>kins 5,625 


Haisachuietls 


lOal 1 00 
3,100 


3 at 40c. 
37» 




■tan 


30 


12000 yds. doth, 
dreas'd, >t iUc. 600 


Custom works 


s^j?.: 






Nods 




1,800 pts. booU4.S00 
2:;,000 •' dioea uid 
bnig:uu 33,IXAJ 


1 sent to Boston 
1 South'n States 


3Satr5c, 

a.iar jo 


10 at 40c. 
1340 




■M.El«^iron 5^ 
ncn^Dta 36 
yd*, bombuette 
100 
■ null, rerrctl, 
10 


250 cjUTi.ffe» 1,135 
300 do. S3S 


j in Haiaachutti 
1 in South, autei 


3 at 100 
930 


" 


10 at 40c. 
1.340 












■ iMTCt 


75 


l,«00ha* 600 


Boston 






5 at 300. 

—Si 



[ Doc. Xo. 308. ] 





Docwnrr 3.^o. 34S^NOKrHBaii>GB — SMidh* ^Jfc 


1 

fit 


a 8 is. 


lilli 


111 


lililiij 

III III Jl 


J 

.E 

1 

1 














Three cotton 


tsi.(m 


S3iS,000 


»4,000 


2:8,750 lbs- cotton |25,I63 


nnii 


nuiiutjcturjng 








10,000 lbs. starch 771 


fnt 










750(f«ll» sperm oO 675 
Belt leather, bobbins, 

<hutUu9, Uc. I.OOO 
I6S cords wood 4BS 
S tons coal M 


Pen 


Woollen iMnu- 


IJ.OOO 


10,000 


10,000 


70,000 )bt. wool S5,000 


N. ■ 


ftctory 








1 ton querdtron bark 2i 
atOHlcoppenu 160 
3 do alum 130 
B do pDt&p'riail>e*3,«K> 
I do bar soap 100 


h 
Ver 

Ver 




















30 do Lnckawana coal 24( 












ISO cordi wood 601 












Belt leather, &c. 1,000 




Shoe* 


5,000 


300 


3,000 


Leallicr, thread, pep, 

niulB, &c. l%OO0 
Fuel, •H, &c. 300 


Um 


Two nuchinistj 


3,000 


»,000 


4,000 


Lumber 500 

Iron caitinp 50,0001b 2,SU0 
2,000 btisbcli coal IVO 
tOOg»IU.»pennoil 90 
Punts, oil. *anudi, be 100 


Mu 



OonmsBT 3.— No. 349.— NORTH BROOKFIELD, 



3,000 
Aln work 

ed by the 
workmen 



10 I30,000tb ioleleath. 33,300 
ll,000iideaup. do. 33,00>i 
3,500 ifaoc bojtei 833 

500 bushela shoe p«gi 750 

. 1,000 shoe l««t« 3fi6 






[ D«c. No. 908. ] 



:m>.a 


Mm 






t 


llf 

111 




m0 

mm 

|lllllll 


PI 
il 

E 
fill 






730,000 yanla sh«ti»g 


Sew York and 


W at e7c 


27 at a5c 


7S at 35c 






67,S00 




II.SW.IO 


a,093 SU 


8,l3r 50 


unwood 


r»oo 


80,000 y«d» satinet 


X. York, Phi 


16 at 90c 


8 at 35c 


18Bt49c 


iprood 




60.001 


tadelphia an,' 


i,46J 


62t 


-2,343 60 




llH 














*W 














ICK 












blucTitrioI « 














iiSi 












bO.oil 


10(H 












rtile^ap 














. 




16,000 pain thuea 


Bolton, Provi- 


SI at 5i. 


eat Sic 


6 at Si. 








dence, N. V. 
Philadelpbia 


j,435 


9311 


626 


fcEn^-hmd 


Cotton and woollen 


New Fnyland 


20 at 1. to 








ITS 


nuchincry 16,500 


States 


6,B30 






idfilei 


.iJS 













SAMUEL WARD. 



I, at., lUtriaU taid, J&mffWuro, Matkttt, Workmen, i 



~jnij Clodi dreiaing and 
^ wool tardjng l.OOC 



Huch of i< 

poaedofi 
riciniiyi the ro- 

ma'ind. Boaton 



10,0«(>hM«t38a^80aBDMmi, N T 



and Ticinity 
Botton a fei 
N. Y, Phila. 
BaHanore and 
Atlantic citii 



nu'Biwho 

I20at76c 

37.900 



abtNprwk. 

39 at 33a 

11.984 



8AHUBL WAao. 



[ Doc. No. 308. j 



ii 

III 









II 



Oiibrd Woollen 
Company 



Three cotton 
nulBCturing estk- 
bl'uhmcnts. 



Voore & Shaw, 



KiUitniel Nolen, 



Danicb & Gill. 



3,5m 
4,000 



I'illlll 






i 
[I 

lilt 



Jf.OOOlbi.wool 936,00(1 

Tcailc* 

Hard li son soap 

Spenn oil. 

Fuel 

H) 31,300 lbs. 9.1. cot 

fi.S64 
Slarch, oil, coal, « ood, 
leather, bmahes, 
broom*, be. &c. j,UO 

lai.OOl) lbs. cotton, at 
K'Jcts. 15,125 

7r,9j3 do. do. 

eta. 8,572 63 

All kinda mat'li used 
in the manuf. 5,000 

« ^0,000 lbs. wool 10.000 
~", soap, fuel, alum, 
b iol,coi^ra9, &c 

c. 1,000 

Sattinet warps 

u castinf^s 
Lumber 
Naib and tacka 
Leather 
Paints and oil 

Fuel, E(c. 



1,300 
1,000 



13,000 bii. ebanod 730 



5K 
'III 



I. Can.ki^ 



NewOricM* 
Geocps 



i Doc No. 398. ] 



tn 





1, 


tliit 

i=i|fi 

ii 


!| 

aft 


ill 

m 
mi 

w 


m 

III 

f{{l 


X. wool 

H8,000 
adoKve 
3^ 


24,000ydi. broad doth 

184,000 


Boston, N. Y. 
& PhUadel. 


3a.twk 

*10,60- 


i2 at 3.. 

•1,3*0 


34 at 43c. 
H416 












1,000 


38,300 tb*. threid, ei- 
tinutedit 3I,60tf 


All the States 


3 at 11 
1,SS 


Vone 


MattSc 

3,134 80 




666.8S8Tds.sheetinp,. 

viliicd Kt 6J,000 


Voric, Phila- 
dclpliia. .nit 


36 at 90c 
Ajfents, 


aJatSOe. 
2,139 


rOat40e. 
8,680 




28,000 y»rdi satinets, 
kt ;0 CCDU 19,600 




Jattl 

2,T90 




6 at 42c. 
78120 


It iron 300 

ISO 

wire 23 

50 


Cotton nuehincty 6,600 


HuaachuaeiL 


10 at 1.35 
3.875 














- 


Bool> md ihoea 15,000 


i N. York 


Mat 51. 

a,iS0 33 






inm3,iaj 


1,000 dw.K)rthei 8,000 


Bos'on, N. Y 
Phiia. & Bal: 


7«i.as, 

2^3 


10in(w.iii 


thc7»r. 


- 


Li*tber tniuuUy ma- 


HaMactauKtt 


i.t»r 

630 






krr 30( 


Manufmcture* 2,000 


.o„,„'c.^; 


;«t|l 
629 







SAMUEL WABDi 



[ Doo. No. doa 3 

Docnarr 3— No. SSI.— OAKHAH. 



11 

11 


mis 


mi 

Nil 

m 

I'll! 


11 

Si.S k 


111 III. 

ilipjtl 
lliBlll 


u 

5-' 


Uce Fay. t«.ner 


•3,000 


•100 


•3,0M 


300 calfskin* ' 335 
150 cords bark GO>i 
35 cask!i lime 73 
Oil and tallo* 32i 


HMMOll 


Abner Lincoln, 


1,000 


35 


400 


100 olauffhler hidts 40i» 
100 calf akin* 110 
Bark and lime 75 
Od and tallow 20 


Mauul 


Three dealer* in 












palm leaf bsti 












James 8. Ware, 


150 


33 


lOU 


Plough timber IJ 




plough maker 








Iron ca.tiiiff» 30. 









Paul Howe, thick 
bootmaker 

Lakin fc Bigelow, 
bootnaker. 


•1,300 
1,000 


•50 
125 


•300 
750 


Leather, ahoe thrdtd. mnd 
pen »4,»iU 

LeatEer, Aoe Ihnead, aod 
p«g. 3^500 


Haaaad 

lUMd 


John Partridge, 
bootmaker 


1.500 


100 


500 


Leather, ahoe ttqoad, and 
peg. 2,500 


lb«ad 


HoUia H. Howe, 
bootmaker 


500 


to 


300 


Leather, ahoe tluead, and 
pep *,l^ 


Vamc' 


X and Z. BeUowa 
tauonuddv. 
rier* 

whe<^^htfc 
churmafor 


300 
1,500. 


90 
100 


650 
350 


250 hidea at S3 5D 875 Mass..' 
rOdnhide* nuMti- 
150 calf ikina 154 j 
Barktndlime lOoC.V:.^ 
.ilMdtaUdiW 3*5 
number 400 .»I>N>cl: 
■il, paint*, and vvnidi lU) 



nil il«iiii#Q town, ,— 
fiiiMiHy own awtt mm 



ESPLANA noNS. 
aboat ux hundred inhabitaBB, Ind the a 



[ Doc. No. 308. j 

ling*, tie. i Um a l i tittd, Manufadaret, Markelt. WorkmOt, Waga. 



11^ 


i = s 




usil 


t!"^ S- 


S':-c 


lis 


1-1 










5f s 




i 


It 




IftI 

m 




1 


}BUMU hides 


4,000 »d» ieatber 










■6,000 


(1 
200 cair Bkim 


400 




tl.l&iSO 




- 


. 


200 Hides iMlher 


7on 




l.tl,00 








100 calf skim 


wo 




310 






ilemre. 1,000 


'25,000 hats 


,2J0 


New York 


eq. to 54 

empM al 


Femaleg 
50 ccnU, 


"TS^ 


lidiiitm 1« 


100 ploughs 


rs( 


:ouiilv of 


1 man 6 


m'ainlhc 










WorcEBlep 


»I pr.day 


lis 





SAMUEL WARD.' 



b uitd. Maimfactura, XaHult, Workmen, Wdga. 



4.000 p^n thick boots, 

attfl90 17.600 

I,7J0 pain thiik boots, 
''at also 3,150 

1,750 pajn iMn do. 

9180 3. 156 

3,090 pain thick boots, 

4.000 

500 do. thin do. 1 ,0<X) 

,300 pain thiek boots, 

at 11 95 3,53.' 

600 pain Unn do. at 

II 95 1,170 

500 Mdes leather, 1,460 



70 



do 



150 cilf skms. 



Bottan,Pn>*i 
dence andAl- 

Boston, N, Y. 



Haasachusetts 



igoiu,at|SO, l,S00Hass.ScSav.G.3 atal perdaf, MDountin* 
4O0 chain, at 75 c. 300 Massachiuetti to 930' 

Other york, 30ol 



7 at 90 cent* par day, 
amounting' to 91,Vi3 

\i men employed at 4«. per 
pair, aatountinr to 

2,333 as 



S at 75 eenta per day. 



I ADDITIONAL FACTS. 

> portion of thor real estate aa they contidered necesaaiy fbr canyinf on tbei* budr 

SAHUU. WABD. 

67 



sao 



I Doc. No. 308. ] 

BMflvnvT 3.— No. 35.1 — PETERSHAM.— JUnUt if 



li 


Hill 


1IH 

lid 

PI 
m 


il 

> s ^ 
m 

§ S : 


liltll 
illliil! 


lii 


£j;l 


2-ls5S 






8ixdealet«lnp»l«. 






IJ.ic'O 






leaThato 








^ 




ButEh. Happml' 


»3.000 


0100 


1.500 


414 slaughter hides 




tannery 








1,763 6-' 
200 calf ikins 330 
60 cords bark 3+J 


Ditto 








Oil and laWbw 150 






1,000 


60 


rsOaiOhidea 1.000 




tanneir 






3<AJcatr skins 300 
M cards bark 13'.) 
























:>d and tallow 75 




Abner Perrv, ah". 


1 Ono 






i.c thcr.shoe thread, and 


Ditto 











pegs :i,4tXi 





Uoouxiirr 3.— No. 354— PM1LLIP8T0N.— SfaleAifc ^ Jl 





«14,000 


»10.000 


•3,000 


67,000 lbs. cotton at li 


ScMthe 


cotton nwAU&c- 








canto |7,jro 




turm 








S,»uulbi. (torch at ecu. 

Sperm cU 1<3 
Fuel IW 


Phihdc 


D. Ifiier & Cts 


3.000 


3,000 








Mtbnet manufic- 








cento 7.50C 












Sperm oil «U 
BgapudBtr 100 
W. o^ydi. wwp 1.000 




Ti*. tuwm uid, 






i,m 


6^daurbterhidMl,0W 


u 










160 iliecp akin* 13 
Ti cords bufc sua 
lUbbdi-lime 30 
OUandtaUuw Su 










1,00C 


JO duiglil«r nidM lac 
too caff afcina 11(1 














■Mktt 








«Uc«rd>baA IM 
Lima U 

OJuKltallov M 

IStock fcr boots MM 




CCSHMltllCo 






6m 






and n. K ChvaD. 










-■■* 


iSktefiM 













[ Doc. No. 908. ] 



«31 



i 


m 


mu 


IW 


sli 


pi 


i 

1 ' 

■= 

3 


i 

ill. 


M 

-lull 






Hi 

fib 


1 11.068 4b 


lJ7.8l»hau,«t35ccnl« 


Princip-lcitlen 


Equal tc 


38i fcmal 


la con- 




tJi.Sua A 


in the Union 


Btanll] 


'.-inployud 


It JScU. 








pr. 'lay 


»26,MS 


SO 


lide>4U 66 


I,li60sidn loal and up- 
per iealher 3,44- 
JOO calf «kin» to. 


MasttLcbus«tU 


(697 iO 






- 


500 side* leather 1,6 '5 
.300 calf ikiiu 6M 


Ditto 


3aI75cs. 
465 








«,000 pain ihoei 4,007 


PniTidenei-,H 


4 at S>. 












l.UiS 33 







SAHDtL WASD. 

Uc, MaltrUb uttdyMmufadartt, Marktti, Workmen, nagu. 



t jOiOUD yds. aheetin; 

%lS,Mti 
50,000 do. ahirtin^ 4,'X)0 
3U,U00 fdi. MCtinet warp 
1,000 



20,000 ydi. satinet 13,000 



,200 lidetlMther 4,3001 
MM calftkin* 1,00U 

150 ibeep ikini 



530 lidei leather 1,820 
100 Cklftkins 
3,000 pain thick boati 
at ft M 3,800 



Princi^ c1 



:5 lappren- 
TIA tio«i6St 

' J87 iO 



auiuu* vuuk. 



SSt [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

noetmrr S^No. 355.— PRINCETON AND BUTLAND. 



t . 

Ill 


Jill 

ilisl 


m 

lilH 


III 


IJiHll 


if 

m 








t» 


e- 


< 


Cotton roanufac. 


JS.OOO 


•30O 


fSO- 


34.000 lbs cotton 3,740 


Sou. States 


a"*"-- 








200 gaU. oil 184 


MairUnd 
Pfai^elplw 








1,400 lbs. starch 84 










;0 cords wood 67 SO 


At home 










Other materials 150 












Freiifht, tc aoO 




fSro tanners, - 


3,500 


350 


6,000 


1,200 hide. 4,300 


tS. State. 


J. W. Walson,t 








1,600 calf skins 1,800 


1 


». W. ETcrett. 








200 sheep skins SS 










30iJ gals, oil Isr SO 


■(•""^ 










120 bus lime n 










200 cordi bark 1,000 


J 










Lampblack, lie. '2S 


pnechsinnaker, 


600 


950 


650 


Chair Muff 300 
fiO lbs. glue 15 
Sand paper 5 


Do 




100 


100 


isr 


Pine, nuple, and birch 
timber 735 


Do 


Boots and shoes. 


2,000 


80 


300 


Leather, thread, peg., 
&e. 1,500 


Do 


Palm Ictf hats, ■ 


- 










Bt»w braid, - 






- 


Straw 113 


llu«ch» 


Bdtuvd. 








* 




Woollen nuuiu- 


3,000 


3,000 


1,000 


20,000 Ibi woo] 10,000 


N. E.StMH 


fcctory. MorKin 








Cotton warp 1,800 




fc Death. 








:i0 lbs, coppcnu 7 
I'M and puarl sshea .15 
Soup 300 
nil 300 
50 eorda wood 75 


Km. 



[ Doc. No. SOS. ] 5SS 

u*ed, Mmufacturtt, UarluU, Workmen, Wages. 



■s 

% 

il 

1? 






\35,¥M yd*. shirt'K JlO.iiOO 



9,400 lidei leather 7,300 
l.GOO calf skins 3,600 

3o0 aheep skim 50 



Huuchusetta 



,500 rotkinf chairs 



,135 



10,500 com. Chun 9,833 40 
■ uid ihoei 4,000 

10,000 hats 3,50!j 

r bnid 1,400 



30,000 yda. nttinet 15,000 New York 



|s s is i 



I. vid R. [ 
Custom work 
Soil. States 
MuMchiuetts 









3 ^^ic: 



PL5 



33 at 30e. 

3,046 
13it»100 
peryeu-, 

1,300 



t»t 



SAKDBI. WARD. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



Doc. 3.— No. 256.— HOYAL8TON. 



It 

If 


m 


1-11 

■SSI's! 

Hill 


i 


mi: 


1' 


» 




> 


> 


f- 


■< ^ 


Bufua Bullock, 


•3,000 


»3,O00 


•4,000 


30.000 Ibi. wool, at 50 ct« 


N.E.SUU» 










•15.000 




fccturer. 








30,000 yds warp, at 

S CIS. 1,500 
2,5<Kl Ibi. pot and 

pearl asbe. 1» 
ti boxes bar soap 75 
20 barrels sir 10 
lOU.UOO teazles 150 


Manchuant 

do 

do 
do 










do 










ISO cords wood 150 


da 










1,000 lbs copperM 30 


do 










500 nllons oil 400 


do 










200 lb), aluiD 10 


do 










100 lbs rilriol 10 


do 










BoBTda, nails, tacks. 


do 










twine, bniahea, brooms, 












kc. 125 




Beiu'n. Vngg, 


1.500 


1,500 


1,000 


5,500 lbs wool,Bt SO c. 3,750 


do 


woollen manu- 








Sperm oil fflS 


do 


fiicturer. 








Pot asb and soap 75 
Teazles 15 
Boarils. nails, tackh kc. 15 
75 cords wood 75 


do 
do 

do 
do 


fcMWpKMtyand 


3.000 


30 


1,200 


300 slaughter hide. 1,2.)0 


do 


SabDOD God- 








465 calf skina 475 


do 


dard, tannen Ic 








Barb and lime 180 


do 


curren 








Oil and tallow 55 


te ~ 


Idulenmpalm 






1,000 






leaf b*t« 












Joa. Sawyer and 


2,300 


3J0 


400 


Pine lumber 760 


do 


Ecekiel Day, 








Ml lbs elue 22 


do 


cabinet makera 








104,00U brads 36 
Freiglit to Boiton 530 


do 
do 


Bolmn. Crocker, 


1.000 


35 


30u 


Ham<.-M leather 400 


do 


bamen nkikcr 








PUted ware SO 


do 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

t, MB-keli, Workmen, Waga. 



II 
ii 


isll 


1*^11 
Hill 

Ulill 


Ill 
llll 

m 


111 

HI 


Ill 

m 
m 

< 


engal indigo 


30,000 vdssaltinet 


Boston & N- Vorlt 


11 at 94c 


.1 at 50 c, 


13at2s.6d 


»i.80O 


»1B.75. 




aml'g to 


S46i 


1,690 


round 


80 
14 


12.000 ydi citul- 
mere U,20u 




S3,a05.4', 






«aod 


20 














20 












hitcb 


200 












•lUlh 


8 

400 












iTeoil 














400 


S.0*>0 j-d» «ual- 


B'lston 


2«tl 


.■at SOe. 


3at!s6d 






met^ 4.751 




6:o 


3IU 


390 






Wool curding & 


UiiBom work 












cloth drcMing 7i 










- 




600 ude> leMher 

2.100 
475 calf skins 95- 




2at 1 

630 


t at 50 c 




■Ilov 




100.000 hnu 25.00. 


Mrincip™l cities in 


. 


- 


eq-toes5 


3 


.000 




the Union 






con. « 30 
120.925^ 






2.600 fcMlet ta- 
bic* 1,95 
.\600wa5bMuute 
1,95 


Roaton 
do 


6 at 75c 






aUry 


100 


Bridlei. hames*, 
and repairing 9*- 


Worcester co. 


latSl 

300 







SAMUEL WARD. 



[ Doc. No. 808. 3 

DocvMMT i^Ko. asr.— SOUTHBBIDGE — Sekt AA 





'Hii 

ill 


m 
m 


'i 

m 


liill!. 


III 

'f 

til 




112.000 


(?'»,000 


(3,000 


Cotl'n, 188,000 lbs. »13^75 


Soa'n Stal 








SlATch, 4,200 lbs. 3A^PhilHle1pbi 


pany; coWonj be 








Oil, 261 nllons 34<J 


NewEngia 


gun 1881, E. 1> 
immidan-n. Mo- 








Wood, 300 cords 39U 


in town 








Leiither 73 


ViDnity 


»e»Plylnpton, 8' 








Cast iron, 100 lbs 50 


Connek^ 


BartweU.StJIman 






Other materials SWi 




Flyniptoi.. \Vm 


I 








He»W, & Joseph 










Coogden 


i 








S. D. Plimpton & 


10,000; 15.000 


2.000 


Cotton, 80,000 lbs. S3,000 


Saute a*ab< 


Co i coltoni Jas 








SUreh, *,653 lbs. 375 




Walcott, Samuc 








Oil, 175 gallons ISO 




A. Groves, Bam' 








Wood, 125 cords 188 




H. Judson, E U 








Leather 50 




about 1B1+, but 








Cast iron 5o 










Other matcriaU 2O0 




by other owners 












*Harvey DreascrSi 


10.000 


li.ooo 


2,000 






Silas H. Kimbair 












cotton: bepiii i 

about I8i4?iuibj 






















Otl».:r ownera 












Mainllton M'f Co 


15,000 


2,000 


JO .000 


Wool, 120.000 lbs. 9n,00f. 


New Bndh 


wooleoi bepin in 
1B15, by different 








Pot&perlashl.SOOIba. 75 


& Hid. SU 








Woad, 2,400 lbs 120 


ComwcdH 


owners, and for 








Ailuin. SOO lbs. 25 




OoHon nuniilac- 
turciWm.Saylea 








Sperm.™!, I.OOOgU. 1.000 
Soap,13.00Ulb.. 1.40.; 


iS5i 


utdAuitin Hitch- 








S g. 600 bis, 45J 


Intownliil 


cock 








Teazlss, 8';0,000 I.OIM 
Wcxk1.90J cords 1,000 
Glue. S,540 lbs 8i. 


Co.n»>iari 
n town 


1 cftabUahmcnt* 


s.ooo 


1,200 


600 


Waste. 98,000 lb.. 3,80.. 


I'romc k 










Oil, llOgaUs. 92 


NewEi^ 
ntown 


ofcot'n Battinff. 








Wood, 50 cord* 75 


owned by Lai-kin 












Amtnidown. and 












Bam'l C. Fiak 












SlLoe making 


1,600 


soo 


JOU 


Leather, thread, and pegs. 


Z-3 11a>. 
-SN.Tsdl 


CntleiJ-, by Henr>- 


1,006 


liO 




















ESPLANATION8, RBMAREl 




P k Co ,) but la calculated the present yearto be enlarged to do the WMMort oTAiP Ml 


'Wui MimiifiAtiuint 


Compwiyi 


and in the 


itatcm« 


U prm-uHuly dimIi Im^ hM 


l«-.tl»^ 



[Doc. No. 1 OS. 3 537 

iiitti,Uc.,MabtiaUatd,Mmufaciuitt,Markm, Workmen, TFaga. 



ih 


Ill 


iltiii 


nr 
fill 


ns 


||| 


ill 
m 

SB 


li 

III! 


fill 


m 


. 


Sheet'mKS 366,686 yili. 


2-3 in Mass., 1-3 


II at 95c 30at2gc. 


43>t34c 




834,150 


inN.Y.,Ph'a8cc. 


S3,a39 SO 


|I,5S0 


(4332 20 




Yam,480lb5. 136 


In this StnXe 










Batting, 4S20 11)9. 340 












Wick-ng, SOSIb). 10 












Twine, ISUlbi. 47 












Wute, 5,360 lb9. 149 












Sheeting, 335,000 yds. 


As above 


Sat 100 


Hat 40^ 


16M33& 




20,800 




930 


1,364 


3,565 




Yam, 600 Iba. 150 










• 


Waite, 6,000 Iba. 160 


In tliis State 










Sheeting, 36,600 vds 




1 U( 1 00 


30.t30e, 


t0it36e. 




34:10^; 




3,410 


1,860 


3,464 




W*rtc, 6,000 lbs. 160 










^J,6001b.. 




'■4 in thii Bute. 


3SM100 


i u 25c 


uoatarj 


"^ »,SM 


150,000 


1-4 in N. York, 


11,160 


330 


6,975 


Wood!, 30,000 




Ph'»,& Uariror.1 








3.rio 












far, 4,000 lbs. 












1,000 












gl, 100 Ibi. 10 












,c«,S,00Opll.. 












3,000 














BMlin^. 69.000 tba. 


New Voi-k 


2»t75c, 


5 at 30c. 


.1 25e. 




4. BOO 




465 


463 


332 50 


. 


Booto wid «lioe», 8,000 


MBSs«:huMlt» 


IO«tlO0 








Sun^cikl instruments 
Ilr>ge.-,' Kn.ve>s^ &c. 


• 


3 at i 25 

9>0 







I .ADDITIONAL FACTS. 

llMii. not bcK ftated, been rGtiimed the b 



i« u the Coloinbikii Kuiuftctiitiiir C«b- 
SAinrSL VABD. 



«s« 



f Doc. No. 30«. ] 

DocinnirT 3 — ^No. 358— SUTTON Sduditit o/Mnt(fMra,M 



II 

ill 


til! 

If 11 
lllll 


Mil 


§■3 

"4 

ii. 
III 


iilri §• 

ma 


n 

li 

* J 


Maunehanff Cotton 


(30,000 


?32,OO0 


(3,000 


187,000 Ebs cotton, at 10 cts 


Geccgi 


MuiiifitcturiiTK Co 








818,708 




ISiG. 


. 






1.200 gals ^crm oil 1,0811 
10,000 1;.. -'arcli 60( 
10«0 buaheU ch;.rcaal 6C 
Leather, pickers, bobbina 

shuttles, &c. JSOi 50 cord. 

woodlii(freifthl^tc.aoo» 


■hilad 


S»lton Cotton Man 


35,000 


tS .000 


5,000 


9J.0001bscotton,12i U.5J 


N. Or 


ufocturing Compa 




! 


6,80<> IbB starch, 6 40 


fhibx 


njl 18J3j Saniue 
Slater, proprietor. 








800 gab oil 7« 


--!■>■ 








Leather, pickers, bobbina 












shultles, be. 1 6G; o;her ma 












tefialB for rep'g iiuchinen 












300; 1 4 tons LuckawanB ca> 












ll-^i 50 cords wood 125. 




A«iWoo<lb«ry,ma. 


3,000 


300 


500 


6,000 busbeU coal 391 




nufactVofscythf* 












and ipinJlos. 












Jno. Fariium and M 


l.iOO 


400 


SOO 


Lumber and iron 17 


LUB. 


Riig^lt-a, shuttle 










IroiiV 


manulitfiturcrs. 










K. 


D. llmiley, Mjthe 


l.iOO 


40U 


500 


S.OO0 biuheU c^ S9( 


^^ 














L- Torrey, Kythe 


3,000 


200 


350 


5,000 bushels coal 3o( 





manuraclurer. 












Manufactoiy or^uji 
and rifle barreE. 


2,500 


300 


MO 


5.000 bushels coal S0( 


Mmi 


A. Lombard, cabU 
net maker. 


1,500 


200 


250 


Maple, pine, and cbeny lum- 
ber 250: paints, oil, Mid 
varnish 50. 

ArUcles iksed in the nwiiu- 


— 


D. C. Tourtelolte, 


1,000 


200 1 SOO 


UaMM 


carriage & wagnn 








faeture 354 




•F«cinan Sibley 4 


7.000 


S.OOO 


5.000 


40,000 lbs wool 20.000; 6M 




Co , woollen ma 
nufactuTGrs. 








galaoU 540i soap 30Dt filel, 
lkc.150; other materiabSoa 




fOrigen Harbaeh, 


1.000 


500 


300 


Stock used in the nuuiu^ 




shuttle manufac- 








ture consists of applclree 




turer. 


^^^^_ 




wood, imii, and slee: IkMMI 





'The OWDCI* of tttt* «atab\uihm«ift [\ec\\ncd vumerinK any queationa in nl>liM 
btuineM, uid the tettim la an cJl^anaU na&e \t^ ^cwn)^«iMnmi&n.^*MnBaa 
Other liiiular eiUbUituuent*. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] K 

I, Xknufadara, Marluit, Workmen, Ifagu. 



539 



ill 

111 



9;500 lbs EngluJi wro't 
iran. at 4 cu |100 



1^300 lbs ED|:Iish « 
iron, at 4 cU 



't|«0,IJOO )-»td» printing I Sol il to the 

goods, at 8 ctB I Dover print- 

36,000| in^ ratahtiili' 



ma 






J10,000 jsnJs prinlinglProvidence , 
goaU »ai,700 R.I. 

S:IO,000 vuils shcelinga, 
at 8i cts 44,300 



SOO doz scjUies 4,350 
300 do* scjthcs 'i 

ifie barrels I,SOO 

HanuTactured artidcs 

l.iSU 



HoMlj- in this 
StHte 

Conn.ofWor- 

Mius., Conn 
New 



llfl 

|i 

11 
fi - 

pi 



1 1^1 

Use 






iir.r 



d^ completed by the operation of machinery, for tbe reception of irons. I also found 
|e K machine for cutting screwg, by which 30 Bcrcws are cut in one minute, by one luuid, 
t M the owners bare not yet put it into full operation, I have omitted to |[ive a more par- 



540 . [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocdmkhtS.— No 359.-~STUUBRIUGE, AND CHARLTON^^UUdr*/! 



* s 

IN 


Ipii 

Mill 
^111 1 

lull 


tm 

m 

m 


lie 


mm 

m 


ill 

k 


Stdhkidde. 










Cotton nuiuifactiir- 


»a7,ooo 


S30,000 


St. sou 


80,000 Ibi. cotton, ail3)W« Oii 


ing company; Jo. 








tlO,U<fO' 


«^J.F\.k,i«ent 








Starch. 400 Phibdelp 
Oil, coal, wood, leather, llbJMcbu 










brushe*. brooms. Etc 












&c. 875 




JoMhBobbi, tanner 


1,500 


150 


2.000 


Hides and siiiM, 1,550 


M«ck 


md currier. 








60 conis bark, 300 
5 bbl> oil, 80 
300 lbs. tallow, 20 
8 hhds. lime, 20 


Rhode L 


GBtniToi.. 












FrentLu WtutiDg 


1,500 


75 


500 


Leather, 1,000 
VI oollen cloth 200 
Hardware. 300 
Oil, piinti, and nralwh 
300 
Laces and worsted, 75 
Fuel and oil, 50 
Curled bair, taek-s 
jcrcws, tliread, &c. 35 


lUaMhi 


Am Brown, Unuer 


2,000 


200 


2,00C 


Hides and skins, ' 2.500 


■I»*di 


•Ddcumei 








GOcorrUburk. 360 
6 bbU. oil, 96 
4W> lbs. tallow, 40 
lU casks lime, U 


lOodali 


Boot & ■hoeroaking 


1,000 


50 


30C 


Leather, thread, utd 
p«g:*.&c. 1,750 

















[ Doc. No. 303. ] £41 

, ^NiCIJBHg*, Oh;, iUtriah tatd, ManufiKiura, Mm-ktft, Werhatn, Wagu. 



sit 


m 
tin 

01 


jiiifi 




HI 

m 

IieJ 


lifr 


- 


MJ,OO0ys. cotton cloth 
.t 6i cU. per yuxl. 


Sold'm Taun- 
ton, M»w. for 


11 >t 6b. ii 

•3.410 


10 at 3^ is 
|I,03J 33 


50 at 42c. 
I6.S10 


■ 


Lemlher minufacturcd, 
3,51X1 


Mass. fc Con. 


Jaies. 930 






mufatiron. »ISO 


Msnufncmrei, 5,500 


Mu8. »nd 
Rhode Uluid 


...... 

1,940 






- 


5,000 


j in Hub. 
i in N. York 


4 ate., 

1,340 






- 




New York 


iatSs. 
!,0J3 33 







SAMUEL WARD, 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

DocvNisT 3— No 36(1.— SHREWSBURT^-AJbdafc^ll 



11 
n 


111* 


ply 

sal's! 

Illll 


li 

m 
III 


■ ! ilH 


in 

Sla. 

1 


TanniiiE - 


$3.SM 


»l,000 


tliUuO 


4.(rtM) hides, »15,000 
i.uOO calf skins, 3,000 
i.OOOsheepakioa, 600 
150 cord* bark, I.WIO 
40 bbU. fish oil, 400 
--,000 lbs. Ullow, 300 
100 casks lime, 200 


Ua».k 

Uauach 

Oc 

D( 
Ik 
D< 

Maine 


Gunsmiths • 


2,500 


2,000 


5,000 


1,000 barrels, 
1,000 gun stocks , 


3,000 
350 


n 


Bhoemakloff 


6,000 


1,500 


S.OCU 


Upper leather, 
Cair skins. 
Sole leather. 
Liiungs, bindings, Bic, 


13,000 
8,000 
8,000 
3,000 


ib5i.k 


UuUeiy 


600 


500 


400 


- • - 






Hata 


400 


300 


1,U0( 


Wool (500, furs 1,500, 


2.000 


emS* 




40U 


300 


5,. 


Harness lealher. 


400 


Maaack 


P4llDhata . 






100 






'■"■' 


atnw bnid - 






aoo 


Bjc straw, 


300 


Haam* 


Strnr bonneta 


. 












Wagon, - 


1,000 


200 


soo 


Oak and ash timber. 


500 


llM«eh 


Ploughs - 


soo 


300 


3,500 


Iron castings, 
Oak timber. 


1,300 
800 


ConnMl 


S cabinet ma 
kcrs 


l.SOO 


300 


JOO 


Haple. pine and eheiry. 
Oil, paints, and rarniib. 


350 
SO 


MHMk 


Cuitom ahoei 
and boou 


1,000 


1:0 


iOO 


Leather, ic.. 


3,000 


MaasMih 



(; Doc. No, 308. ] 

iUJHg^ U€., Mittiialnmd, Uanu/ashirci, Uirktl*. Workmm, W^u. 







■m 

mm 
iiiiji 


mi 
II1J 


i. 

l-'ii 

Pi 

Ml 


III. 




Upperteather, SIJ.OOO 




10 at (1 


4 at 50 c. 


\ M.rao 




Calf ak'na, lOiOU*! 


Do 


3.100 


620 




Sole leit ler, 4,m> 


Do 










Sheep akina, l,uoa 


Do 








O Enpliih lacks. 


Bides, 10.000 


AU the Slates 


16 at 87i c 






81,35u 


Muskets, S.OOU 




4,340 






B tot trim. 2,tW0 












le - - 


Kip bro^ni, 30.000 
Calf do 15,001) 


So. fc W. St's 


60 at «1 


35 at 


50 at 35 c. 




Do 


18.600 


(1 50 p. 


5,4ao 




Thick do 5,000 


Do 




year 






Women*' leMher 


Do 




5,750 






■hoei, 5,000 












Bors'.hoMkbro.,S,000 


Do 










Lancet) |500, kniTea 


Haaaachusctts 


3 at |I 


I at 50c 






500, 1,000 




930 


155 






Surgeons' Instra. 400 


Do 








^ 300 


J,*» hats, 4,000 


N England & 


3 at $1 


. 


3 at 35 c. 






So. States 


930 




318,40 


UU«T, hardware . 


Hameases, &c.. i.OOO 




1 .1 »1 


1 at 81 




100 






310 


50 c. 




00 [Mdm teave^ 


3,000 hat., 500 


South. States 




. 


4 atfldO 


60 










per year 
400 




Straw braiil, 2,500 


klasiachuictu 




" 


23 at )100 


- 


4,000 bonneta, 8,000 




- 


- 


50 at »I00 
per year 


DMilon, 500 


100 wagon., at MO. 


N. England tt 


8 at 91 




5,000 




4,000 


So SUie. 


3,4S0 






HMinn, 300 


MQ piougha, at $7, 

4,550 


S E. States 


5 at )I 
1,550 






boKMiir, 100 


Manu&cM aMic., 3,000 




4Bt 1400 






lii^inp. 100 






per year 

l.Jou 






' ' 


Boota and shoes, 7,000 


Worcester 


10 at 11 

3,100 







SAJtfUU. WABD. 



544 [ Doc. No. 30«. ] 

DoovMiRT 3.— No. 36I.-80UTHBOROUGU.— <ftMdi< 



If 




1111 1 
ftp 


li 

ii 


ill 


f 


|ii 


° g " - 

llill 


pill 




iiiiiii! 


li 


Booli and ahou 


17,500 


91,000 


sr.soo 


Leather, thread, pey». 


UauacbiKl 


manufactured 








Jtc &c., 530,899 73 




Straw braid and 








Slniw, 560 


Uaanchue 


bonnet. 












Palm Icftf hats - 








. 




One clothier 


SOO 


500 


150 


buel nnd oil, 100 


«^„ 


Carriage making 


7i0 


375 


200 


Lumber, 175 
PiinU ajid oil, 30 




Shoe pcgB 


500 


35.) 


30 


Bireh and maple, 80 


Masnchus. 


Tanner and cur- 


1,000 


50 


1,500 


Hides and <kini, 1,J00 




rier 








Bark, lime, oil. 












and lallow, 250 





[ Doc. No. 3«8. ] 

, Mttriab Hied, Manufaettmt, Marka*, BVAaun, Wagi*. 



ih 


m 


Pill 


nil 


ns 


\ki 


II. 

Ill 
III 


llli 


■O Id t c 


■lit 

fill 


!-=s.| 

m 

m 


a 

•ri 


t 


Uooti and ahoe.^ in- 


iN Eng. SUtesU at 7icU 


i4at33 


H at 85 c. 




Q.ially nuniilsc- 


jSou ^ .Ve... 


(15.300 


eta. 


«a,S50 




tured, »S7-,4iO 


urn States 




S5,346 












All ihia hel ' work 










but aOO ds. in thejT. 




Braids and honneta 


Principal citiea 






«in.ii.llj m»nufac. 




empl ycd, at t ^ per week. 




tured, 7,000 




•6.240 


>lrwT<^ «50 


l,60U hHU, It y4U0 


BoKon 




- 


4 at 35 eta. 
301 


■taffk, 25J 


Cloth drcinn^ and 


Ciutom work 


2 at I 




t at 43 cts. 




wool carding. 1,400 




630 




130 ao 


;BA Biid Swed«> 


Manufactures, 1,S60 


MaasacbuseUs 


4 at 75 cts. 






■^ in 






9J0 






- - 


ed. 76i 


N. Eng. States 


3 at 67 cts. 
630 






_ 






2 at «1 








ther, 2.900 




tiO 







SAMUEL WABD. 



[ Doc. No. ^08. 3 V 

DocvuMT 3.— No. 363 — BPENCER.— gbfaJu* cfUmtftk 



11 


if|i 

Still 

'ill J 

ml 


mil 

nm 
liiil 


if 
% 


ii|5|ili 

lillft 1 
Ins.;'' -Si 
lllliili 


if 


Woollen manu- 


»13.0U0 


JIO.OOO 


H,000|60,000lbi.n'ool,at6.Hct>. | 


VI, s 


(BelDTT 








I37.5M 


■u 


2 iatinet do 


4,000 


2,300 


J.UOO 


42,865 '■ "atSO 21.432.50 


S K.I 










47,05 .'yds, cot. wirpa 2,8a3r 
140 blils. soap 430 












7,SOJlbi.lunas'|.,at9c. 675 yitai 










5(ia bbls. sig. at 4 374.66 










750 W ^ue, at 16 120 










4,460 Iha. copperas, 3 133.9d Vtr 










l.l501h».;.bim. i 57.50h 










iOO,0<JO tCHzlcg 30d 










850lbs. blue vitriol, 13 lll2| Ma 










325 cord* wood, ■ 14*. 525 










1,100 gals sp'm oil, S5c 9.U 


J 


Shoe buuncw 


5,000 


330 


T,000 


Li-ath., shoe thr'd,& pepa 


Ui 


Four card wire 


4,700 


aon 


2,000 


62,000 lbs. wire, 19c. Il.VtIO 


Cot 


manufactoriei 












1 do do 


1,800 


50 


300 


14,U00 lbs. iron, 8c. 1,120 




from the har 








i,WO lbs. oil vitriol m 


Ha 


1 powder mill 


1,600 


75 


600 


Charcoal 150 


^ 


2 IxAbm manu- 


1,500 


175 




M»ple and popple wood 85 


C. 


fsdories 










e 


3 shoe ptg fac 


650 


100 


aoo 


Dircb wood 6oO 




torica 












2 factoriea tp 


300 




100 






iplil pidm leaf 
rutmU-afhaU 
















- 






Hoe manufact'r 


i,aix) 


S2S 


30 


6.000 bush, coal 341 




b scythe do. 


ruo 


200 


50C 






connected 












Tannery 


aoo 


300 


i.aoc 


Slock bo't-«lII[ind5 6,0(K 


H 


2 chair lactoriea 


SCO 


100 


15 


Lumber ij( 


H 


1 cabinet nuke 


STS 


135 


17 


Pine, cheny, maple, 
and birch timber 20( 
pHiots, od, & varnish S 


}" 















t Doc. No. 308. J 

Oc, MakrlaU med, Manufadtirt*, MarkeU, Workmtn, Waga. 



5*1 






1^ 



ill St 
»ltl 

g.1- jl 






hi! 



,:k 



kidye nuffi 25,000 yds. br'd c!^... 

•3^33 163,500 

wader, j«,9i0 '■ jatinel, 



Boots &nd shDci : 



33ftt4<.6d 
7,44U 

3,032 50 



13.0001b9. do., 35 3,350 



H) caski, »3 1,200 



Amlofpegjwld 4,000 

m'tofleaf split 8,500 
),U00 hala 5,000 



■f.EnjT- BUtei 3 at 90c 



1,550 

3 >t 100 



itber aold 8 

Ctwira manufact'd 



i Mass. f Ct. 

Count)' of 



92,18340 
Cat 40c 
1,11600 



eAHDEL WAKB. 



t Doc. No. 308. ] 

1ST 3 - No. 263 STERUSO.—Scludule 



"/X-*^ 















— ^/ 


li 

1 


iiii mi 


u 


lilllltf 

^ Mil's.,! 




Booti BtuI ahoes - 

Cyrus Holbrook, 
tanner uid currier. 


8900 
1,500 


50 


1,00 


[.L-alher, shue thread, 

pelCS 
■■V.Mjd, oil, &c. 
' IJ slau^hier hides 1 
.■.■icjaf-kini 
'lark, lime, tril, tallow 


and 

40 

.2'.. 
300 
37S 


Moaocb 
HMsub 


Boots and shoes, by 


800 


23 


7. 


'.--■vther, shoe Uiread, 
pegs 


■nd 
40. 


AtbMH 


AlbertTufts. wheel- 
wright. 


3S0 


SO 


5l 


iMk and ash timber 

Wood and oil 


200 
10 


Atho« 


Vickery Baker and 
8. I^rnsion, bcjlhe 


1,500 


in 


80U 


Ash limber 

.Vood. coal, and oil 


500 
300 


Haaocb 


Thomas H. Blood, 
hat nuuKifocturer. 


3,000 


150 


LOW 


Purs, wool, and hat triin 
minga 4000( fuel, &c lOO 


'fst 


Thr«c dealers in 

palm leaf bats. 


" 




- 


- 






Fifteen chair manu 
ftcturera- 


10,000 


7S0 


s.rif 


Maple &birch timber 10,750 
nil and fuel 150 
Punts and oil 50C 


M_l 



■.tfe 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

,Jtabw1&biited,JlaKufaettir«t,Mdrkelt, Workmen, Woffa. 



1h 



BooU and shoes 



eitufia 






3,1001 
6u0 

Bootaandahoes 1,300 

WigoTLB, wheels, Slc. l.OAO 



Chun muiiiracturpd a 



is a |-£ 



llll 

HnsuchuaettB 
Uuiachiuelti 

Cuatom work 

Worceater Co, 
E. State* 

All tbc States 



= eS-S Z.St 









SAMDRL WARD. 



S4 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

MT 3— So. 3M —TEMPLETON.— &*«*»& »/ 



ss'-iM 
5 ^ ft * = 



ft - .- '= S v iS tS 



ill y 1-1 . 
llllllK 



Venendan & Sons 
wheel ri^itii mic 
wa^nnukera 



t260'»l,000:Liimh'r,iliPr'mkii»dsJ65fflTB^ifltt«k 



Horse powr 
160, viUr 
power 100 



Jno. Boynt 



IKHODC 

3j| 4> 



1,300 

I.'IUO Bhetp akini 100 

'260 coTds b>rk 1,040 

14 bbU. nth oLl 
35 cuks lime 
Q bbls. 9(Hp 
330 lbs. Ullow 

BO Iba. lamp bUck 

500 4,000 wood hoe handie* SOlTcroktM 
'2,000 buahelscoal VM « 

i,000l43.000lhi.woo) 33,IOl!lIw-i^^ 
'31.000 yds. c'n warp 1.300 
]3,Sl«lb».pot(i p-luh — 
600 lbs. aliini 
300 Ibi. vitriol 
300 pLilt. gperm. aii 
50 bom bar sou 

bbls. s\g 
300,000 teazles 
F>iel 

1,600 lbs. cop pens 
Boards, nails, tacks, 
brushes, brooms, be. li 



Maple, pine, cheny, 
birch, timber 
Oil, paints, and 



1. stoops 
ther, shoe 




f Doc. No. 308. ] 



551 



^» MaitHak iued. Manufactures, Markets, Workmen, Waqes. 



i 
% 






m 



5^ =3 

3 S C 

.S o c 

.At o c 
** ^ w *-» 



I* 

2.S 



SI'S 

= f> S 

o C g 






« c w 

> 3jcS 

■a >-^ ^ 

2 o ^ 

•^ S a| 

o 

z; 








idish iron 
$250 
ih do. 585 
lints 63 
'ricrcws? 
des 3,090 
do. 525 
jo. 60 



steel, half 400 
a fteel, 

1,200 
gml indigo 

1.000 
ampeachj 
210 
Attic 38 
dwood80 
inwood88 
ider 100 
ire (»1 700 



ftle 3,000 

250 

250 

50 

75 



Eiih thread 
58 



190 1 horse wagons 

5,605 



Sole, upper, and har- 
ness leather 12,400 
Calfskins 920 

Sheep do. 200 



i in Vt, J in Me., 
i in souther, i 
States, i in Mas. 

Mas8achuse(!is 
do 
do 
do 



dozen goose neck 

hoes 2,400 

lOOdo commndo.400 

28,000 yds. cassimere 

at95c. 26,600 

23,000 yds. satinet, 

at 55c. 12,650 



Tin ware and stove 
funnel 9,000 

Cabinet furniture 

1,000 



7,600 tuba and pails Mass., R I., Con., 

1,500 one-third each. 

3,100 pairs thick boots 

4,2'>0 
700 do. thin do. 2,100 
2,000 do. thick shoes 

2 000 
200 do. thui da '350 
do. do w'm'sdo 160 
100 boys thick do. 80 



N. Eng'ndSUtes 
All in Boston 



N.EngUnd States 
At home 



Massachusetts, 
New York, and 
Maine 



9 at 85c. 
$2,571 i 



at $1 
2,480 



1 at 50c. 
$155 



6 at 75c. 
1,395 

17 at 85c. 
4,541 50 



13 at II 
4,030 

3 at 75c. 
465 

4 at 80c. 

992 

1 at 11 & 

10 at 83c. 

38,830 



lat 40c. 
1241 



16at46c. 
$2,281 60 



1 at 2ff. 
104 



552 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



DocimnrT3.*JlLl 



1! 

si 
■s , 


mi 


m 






1 

^ 












Ten ch»inii»kers 


»5,000 


S3a. 


S2 .000|woQd malcrbU JJ.Sll 












34tonsfl»ss 9( V(m«t 










HruiU >nd Punts 3; 


IMOD 


Soip boies 


Til, 


15 


r; 


50 lo. Ixwrds 27; Hioa 










!O0 lbs. n>il> 3: 


it 










50 lbs. lir^ do. J 


do 


Dry mewares 


60U 




150 


Wood, and nuteruli, utd 
nads SJO 
7,200 sieve rims 250 




Wire ~eTe» 


750 


2u 


350 


s 


Woroens's shoes 


600 


15 


,1(X 


175 inortKco skins 146 










1575 lbs. soiUleither 360 


40 


3 de>]en in pilm 


. 




. 






learh&U 













T 3.— No. 265— UPTON. 



woollen ytm 
Shoe* 


»1,300 
15,000 


«,500 
1,000 


m 

5,00. 


,000 Ibl. wool, kt 55c IUm 
»3 750 

m g.11. oil 180 

K.iel be &c. 100 
'.eather, (hoc tht«Hl and N T. 
peg. 53,300 RJt 


atnwpNMli 


- 




3,00. 


«tnw 4,a00 Um* 


Cuniew 
Window nih« 


600 
3,000 


250 
8C8 


1 SO 

SO. 


; 900 md«s leather 4,750 N. T. 

J50oirikjn« sr? &M 

;«».) KidU <»1 ISO d 
-00 %». tdlow T<J A 
.J m. ft. pine baud* 1,300 Mnm 


White mud black- 
•mith 


200 


350 


loc 


Coal MHmw 



{; Dec. No. 30*. ] 



US 



1 


lit 


l«i:i 


i-Ji 
Ins 


m 

s'^s.l 

ay 

ii 


i'S 

fill 


n 


10 


35,000 common chiJr- 




13 It 90c. 




3at3>.pr 






87,iO( 


Boston 


n.str 








l.euOfitncydo. I.Olt 














10,000 »o.pbo«B 900 


Boston, for the 
W. Lnurket 


I »t »i 

3ID 










M tons meuurei 1,875 


Boston & Provi'e 


3 ,t 91 

930 






le 


ire 


iOOdoieniicve. 1,80{ 


Boston 


3 at rsc. 






UDdU 33C 


l,400p.pnL»h, 1,120 




702 5C 














3 at 80c, 






etliK«d34 


700 do. inorroe<!o do 


do 


74^ 










roc 










tai Icftves 


56.000 h»t» 1*,00( 


\ll the SUtcB in 


Equal to 1 i3 females coniUnt. 




1.6B0 




the Union 


ly employed, at 30c. 11,439 



SAHQEL WARD. 



t, ilarkeU, HVJbnM, IF^er. 



1,900 ddet lea&er 

6.6S0 

35QeaFMi»Tar SO 



Countty woffc 



!i. v., PhiUdel 
phia, BaltuDore, 
Charieit o wn, S, 
C, SiTannah, 
tc. kc 

Piincipa] citiei in 
the Uiuon 



1,340 
3 at 900. 

ssr 



8A1CDSL WAV 



[•Doe. No. 308. ] 

DocimisT 3.— Now 36£ — UXBBIDGB.— jbfadU ^ Wiiii/ | n. 






il|f 

ills I 



111 



S » S 2 ^3 S 

11-3 lJ3T5g 

1 if Nil' 






i 



,1;0H lbs. wool i 
100,000 lbs. warp 
9.000 lbs. potash 
2,0OU gslls. oil 
100 Iba. hops 
75 bushelilinn 
3,oeo lb*, bar *oap 
600 Ibi. greue 
1,0001b. jliim 
3,000 lbs. copperas 
400 cords wood 
35 V 






1,800 N.E.tMl 



1,000 



JiMcph Dty. 
&ctoiy, 1813 



Tafl b I 
factDiy, 1831 

Luke T>ft, 1. 
tlnot maini&c- 
tory, 1836 



John Capron & 
Bona, utinet 
Buuiu&etory, 
18i2 



Jom. F. ftnd E. 
BoutUwick, 
l«Uh>?r mui 



Leather, pic'r% ^uL&c. 300 

tJ.OCKMbs. wool 3^500 N. E. Itm k 

50,000 jdH. vup 3,000 Sn M 

1,000 gals, oil 

LcBtbcr, shut. pic'rt,&c. 100 

' 20 corda wood 300 

lOElp, slum & coppCTU 300 
50,000 lb wool >t 40c 30,000 A. E. St 
65,000yd>.warpBt6c3,9U0 - " 
100 nlk oil Kt Stic 
Leatber. pickers, be. 
100 crdi wood 

50,000 lb wool M 40c 30/>00|ff. K. » 
65,000 ynb warp 3,900 N. 1<A 
■,000pai«. ail ' " 

00 cords wood 
Leather,pick, bob'ns&c. lOO 
Scap, potuh, cop't, kc. 400 
50.000 lb wool at 40c 30,00t N. E. S 
OJ.UOO vds warp at6c 3,900 N. TiA 
I ,'^00 galls, oil 960 N. B. BMM 

500 cords wood 1,350 

catk. pic's, *hut'b,ltc 100 
tons potash 

iu lbs. hops 
170 bushels bnn 

1,000 lbs. alum 

3,000 lbs. copperas 

19,500 lb sea isl. cot'o 4,990>S( 

4 bbli. rtarch 

SO galloni oil 

Leather, bob's, brus. be 60J 
4,000 roo Blaurhler hide* 3,150lfi 

" ,000 cair skina 1,250] 

,Oi>D sheep do 35n 

S cords bark al $6 45^ 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 







^1 

"s'l 

11 


m 

i 

= 18 




ill 

'0^ 


IT 

m 
m 


Si! 




111 


ISil 




igo •>.<«" 


100.000 yi^^linet 


Hoston, N.York 


31 at 96c 


J at 38c 


17at30e 


Mdder 3rS 
wood 380 


•r4,ooo 


andPbilad. 


•6,310 


»363 SO 


1,660 SO 












wood 60 












iwood 3O0 












■itgua 40 












TittW 130 












1,000 


SO.OOOyuib utinet 


Kew York and 


eat 90c 


3M38e 


9 at 50c 




33.000 


PhUaddphia 


3,339 


589 


1.3S3 


1,800 


39,000 yirdi utinet 


New York and, 


7»l90e 


3 at 38c 


11 at 30e 




■t 60 cent. 33,000 


Philadelphia 


1,953 


333 40 


1,T05 


1,800 


i5,000 jrwdi wtinet 


New York and 


13 at 90c 


3U3SC 


13 at 50c 




39,000 


Pbiladelphii 


3,348 


133 60 


2.015 


Sgo «.310 
tdSer 57S 


65,000 yard* aatiDM 


New Yoric and 


ir at 90c 


5at40c 


11 at 50c 


■tSSunta »,750 


PhUaddphia 


4,743 


630 


3,353 


ood 324 


136^00 yards latinet 


At home 








I 58 


varpo 9,390 










r^r. 


factoriet owned by Luke Tail and 
Taft & Cook, are colored and finuh- 
ed byjno. Capron & Soiu, which 
will account for the increajed ex- 


















pcnditureaofthel*tter. 








iludei «T5 




4a1:fl 


3 at 500 




■ITikiiit 40 


leather 5,6W ». I»l»nd. "d 
,400 Calcutta do l,r-'« Connecticut, 


1,340 


31« 




1,000 eair Bkiiu ?,"S0| 'Of manuftc- 








1,000 sheep »ki-s 2J0l Wrer* 




\ 


}OOS:i^:M^f TS 


\ 



BJkKtnL 'RASD. 



5£6 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DoccmiT 3.— No. 367.— UXBRIDGE.— ^SdcduJe of 



ill 


Value of real estate, build- 1 
ings and fiiturea, occupied 
and uaed for the busiueas. 
What kind cf power, wa- 
ter. st«am ra" animal' 1 


riiii 
rill 


f = 

111 




.S 

ill 


Croim and Eagle 


(100,000 


•100,000 


S0,000 


240.0OO Ibi. sea island cot- 


3.Cnl> 


Millsi cotton, 
18S5andl839i 








ton, at 23c. (53,800 
10,600 lb., 8tarch B3G 


m^ 


Hobt. Bogeaoa 








2,000 gall*, oil 1,800 
300 conU wood 500 
300 tons coal 1,500 
Other materials 1,300 




John White, shut- 












tle manufactitr- 








ture 3,000 




Uoies Chapin & 


2,000 


IJO 


1,000 


l.i'alher, shoe-thread, and 


Di 


Co.,boot&8hoe 
























Three cabinet ma- 


♦,000 


1,000 


1,0« 


Pine, nutple, cheiry and 


Ds 


nufaclurer. 








birch lumber 750 
Paints, oil and vamiah 150 





-yiKRa.—SekiAtk of MmufaawriM, JMU 



Ssimiel WaiKA, 


3,500 


50 


3,900 


ISO slaughter hida 600 
100 calf skins 110 
50 cords bark 300 
10 caaka lime 30 
oaandtaUov 100 


■— * 


Anion Baitlett, 


3,000 


soo 


W 


10,000 bvdi. coal COO 


o««f 


•CTtlu! uuker. 












Lyman (Me, 


1,400 


wo 


fiOO 


4,800 IbLpkNigk dun 


., .^ 


plough .Daker. 








Irwi caatiwa ISO 
Timber 150 
Coal M 
Americwiited <0 




aebalonCuey, 




100 


sot. 






•hoemaou&ct'r. 








andpegi 6,000 





C Doe. Mo. 308. ] 

iMjhefMMt, MrhUt, Wirkmm, Wagm. 



1 


m 
III, 


Si 


i 

fill 


IB 

III 


Hi 

fir? 




813,000 yd<. fine .h«t 


Boston wid New 


JO .t 90c 


tOU«}c 


130 >t (3 




ing^ It Uc. 1131,800 


VoA, 


•r,370 


>1,340 


per wk*: 
JS4.320 




Shutlle* ■nnukllf nui- 




B.tl 35 


I «t iOc. 






nufiuiturcd 7,300 


R. kluid. 


3,100 


1S5 






Boot! & iho» 13,000 


A part ~ custom 


8 at I 


4«ti0c. 


3at40e. 












348 






work, N. York. 












Munchuietti ic 


6 >t I 


1 Rt iOc. 




ISO 


dei 4.000 


R. UUnA 


1,160 


1J5 





BAMUEL WABD. 



rtak vtal, Wanufiutura, XMteb, Whrkmai, I 



1,700 nd«> leather, 
100 oir ikin* 300 



j in New York, 
Philad. & BUt. 



ShMidi 
10 niM. 

«t/)k6d. 
3,350 
Jatfl 

MM 



BUUm. ^&SD. 



us 



I Doc. No. 908. ] 

Decmm 3 No. 369.— WESTBORODGB.— thll*ifc tf i 



li 



li-ri 



llil 



^i^i 



Hill 



Hi 



» ' a Q. J--5 3 . 
V 3.i g-a Ejg I 



lis 
IliI 



ton. blukn^ 


1,600 


Wm. Burton, 


500 


Sldghs 


3,000 


Abij*fa Stone, 


3,000 


Stone h F«y, 
tannen 


1,000 


JUrUn BiiIlMd, 


2.000 



«3,000 
i.OOO 



JOO LeMlipr. fcc. 



}lbs.in>n,ftt4icU,«86 
600 Iba. Rtcel, Dt 6 Cti., 
Plough wood*, 

,000 biuhelfl clurcoal. 



Haple, pine, and chcny 

ataff, 4S0 

Piinu, oil, and vftrniib. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



S<« 



ni 




IXs 


^iit^^t 


if 


mi 


m. 


i 




131 
flit 




< 


ifei 

if 


- 


- 


18,000 ttnw bonoeti, 

#23,500 


Principal 
Union 


- 




200 at tlOO 






17.000 p*ir cair and 


Principal 


^0 men & 33 boy., 


iOinMc'ng- 






kip brogani, and 


cities in the 


at 85c. per pwr 


k binding, 






ihoci, .t 11, 57,000 


Union 


1 4,350 


aticp. pr. 
2 850 






Boots and ahoci. »8,000 


Cuitom wort 


11 at t)'|3at30c. 


5 at 1) per 










3.410 


465 


S- 


ii>Bu>.iron, 


P28 


EOO doz. scvihe simitlis. 


1 Principal 
Witiea in the 
[Uninn. 


4 at If 






OIlM.CM>teel, 


t^,V>0 


1,340 


latSOc 






iOO 


lOOdoi ruu-.Bies, l,3lXI 




155 








1 doz. broad axei, 34 












3 doi. adzea, 81 












CarpenWrt' toob, 150 
fi5 sitigluiroiied, 4S3 


J 
























A.al blades, 100 


Do 












Ciuitom work, 600 


Do 










36* 


Hoei and aicj, 2,000 


Maawchusetts 


! at (1 






nnwcMtiteci, 






620 








300 












" 




!00 ploughs, at 17, 

»J,100 


and R. Iiluid 


2al»l 
630 

5 at 11 
1,550 






ffiSi, 


100 

100 


Uanu&ctured articles, 
1,800 

1,650 


Maasachus/ tts 


2 at 11 
620 






Idlnr, l«rdw«re. 


60h>meNe«,M«30 




2.t tl 








100 


1,800 
Repairing, kc, 300 




620 







SAMUEL WABD. 



560 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocnMUT 3 So. ^0.— WE3T BOTLSTON.— &ile<iijfe a^ 



1' ' 


m 




'1 






1 


SPI| 
111 


iIji 







Ml 


Beaman Manu 


«30,000 


(20, MQ 


(1,500 


Ua,000 Iba cotton, >t 


9«ith->8W 


~&cturing Com- 








11 cw JL5,Ku 




pany, 1831- 
joint«ock con- 








6,U0O lbs iUirh 390 
75 cords wood 225 


^^J^ 


cern 








410gaIUoiI, at 89 360.80 
LeaOicr for belting, Btc. 15' 


do 










do 










Lumber and caslinn 300 


do 










WTOURht iron 7i 


da 










Baskets, brooiTiJ, and 


do 










bniahpj 100 


do 










NaiU. lack.. w»p, slue 85 


do 










PaintB, llinc, &c, 50 


d» 










Chareoal rsl Ai 


Weet BoyWon 


£8,600 


28,O0tl 


3,500 


SI8,000 1bB cotton, at 


SaiiA*iiSM 


Han. Company, 








llj M.SOSI 




1823, joint stk. 








per annum 2,133 
Fr of good- to market S75 
S3,0O0rbs cotton, at iSocth'nSttt 


AmoaChildiJr. 


1.000 


1.000 


SOO 


nunu&ct'r of 








IOJ 3,4651 


candle Ticking 








Other materiaji oied 


MuachDNt 


«,dwMpa,J«.. 








per annum 150 




1B33 












BinlowkSmith. 


10.000 


4,000 


300 


63.400 Iba cotton, at ^ 


do 










n 7,4sa 




turen 








Other matciula p«r 
annum "^ 375 


do 


SmxdL Flag, cot- 


3,000 


2,ai0' 


S.OOO 


Lumber 500 


do 










50,000 Ibi iron caifgi 3,500 
2,l)0i> Em* char, coal 130 


Ai 










do 










100 nib sperm oil 90 


do 










P>>nt«. oil, & vanuah IOO 


do 


Tuuery 


1,500 


100 


1,«00 


SOaalwghtM-bidH 1,900 
300 calf skins 330 
140 dry hide* 310 
Bu-k and lime 335 
Oil and tallow 65 


do 

do 


Film leaf hats 






600 


Value of atraw IM 


do 


aiid«n«btu) 






100 






David C. Mur- 


3;ooo 


ioo 


300 


[AunbCT, painti, uul 


di 


dock, phU<»o-l 








varniih 135 


! 



phicAl uutiti- 
Boote&aboea l.tOO 



75 \ ■VWA&X 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

m tUn t g itae^ JUnimtiimd, Umufaetunt, Mvkrtt, Wurkmen, Waga. 



S61 



fi 

I'll 


"If 

iiif 


11 




PI 
■'Hi 

m 
m 
m 


mi 

m 


wtUilSl.^«n«., 


390,000yd. riieflhigs 


Sold in Boston. | 


■-' Kt %SM 


■Oatl.JS 


45 at 3.50 


mmtttd inm wire 


S39,0Ua 


ofwWchpitoS. 


per year.lpr. week. 


pr. week, 


»1M 




American market 


l.UOO, 30 
»t I.OSp. 


»910 


15,850 




«O0,O00yd»,herth.gm 


DiipoMdoflnall 


3 at 600 




90 at 3.50 




■t 9i c. 38.000 


the princp'l cities 


per year, 




pp week. 




lOO.OUU 2 qr. goods 


m the Union 


1,200. 33 




11,700 




for printinj;, «t 8 c. 




at 1.00 
7,1,!0' 








Z2,t)00 










30,300 lbs candl* 


3old in Boston 


1 at 500 




4*at 3.17 




wicking 5.300 
I0,10al6» cotton 




per year, 
1 >l fi c 




pi-, week. 








451.36 




warpa 3.913 




per day, 

2»2 SO 








168.480 ydj »hirt. 


do 


I at 500 


3 at 1.75 


14at3.50 




ing^atric. 12,636 




per year, 


pr. week. 


pr. week, 








4at8r4 


172 


1,730 


DOO 11. EnjiUi li 




>iBp(»eil of prin- 


1 at 600 






,ede.i™o...ie. 


200 


dpallylnMa»»- 


per year. 






3,500 


4 pickers 300 


chusctti 


22 »t 1.04 






<««:1 SOO 


4 picker* & Uppen 500 




per day, 








40 card'g imch's 4,UO0 




imounfg 






Brlrjwiny do 97<i 




,092 80 








4 gpeeder* l,iOO 












4 wiu-pi.-™ SOU 












4 spoolers 340 












4 dressers 1.400 












2,000 warp and fil- 
Uns spindles 11,000 






















60 looms 3.600 










- - 


300 sUughter hides 

3,400 




a at 1., 

unounfgr 








300 calf diirat SOO 


do 


to 620 








40 dry hides SSO 


do 








OOO iwlni luTM 


13,000 hats S,510 


do 


Eq. to 3o 


*.at2.p. 


w. S,I20 


■~" 430 


150,000 ydi straw 
braid 3,000 


do 




Oat 30c. 


,790 


£-^"-""1; 


Manutacturcd articles 


do 


4at 1., 




at 3 p. 


1.650 




unfff to 




xk. »I0« 


s 






\,'HU 








yiootM&ihoet KiWC? Custom irork 


993 \ \ 


" ' / / 



SAMUEL. 'WJkBC 



501 [ Doc. No. 308. J 

DocDMiiTT 3.— No. 271.— WE3TERN— *A«*4e of 



■5 



I f -S la 






liKfli 






Wwtem Cotton 
ICanuf. Compu- 
nyi D. Tucker, 



£l]is !l Povert, 
clothier*ftiul ma- 
Mifacturen 



f en7 & Biihop, 



I5U0 



280^11. sperm ml. 

Bnb'ni, shuttles, belt, 
lu-ather. Sic. fcc. 151 
50 cords wood 112 5-: 



10,000 bush, charcoal. 



2,500 torn wool, at ; 
cfnti 1 

li>0 ^olls. ipenn o 

Wood 



MUBtchuaetl: 



[■ Doc No. 908. ] 



If 

r.S's 

m 


u 


lllli 


iltl 

i 


lit 


if 


LSbuodlea Genoui 
■ted. 500 

7«ftaA, 250 

.bn leaTt., 600 

KXonT iDd Spuuih 
»oai. . SO 


mi.SXM^ ) di, Mhirtings, 
.l6j«i.t« J17.0)0 

40,000 pn. thick shoes 
md brogwu. «.t 90 
cent! 36,000 

$50 doien MTthei 

4,337 50 

Cloth drearing & wool 
onUnir. p«r ye.r 

1,000 
3,300 yd*, cjwuniere 

3,034 

5,000 h«U 1,500 
5,000 h.U 3,000 

Men.'Mldboy.'hUieoO 


Borton 
New York 

do 

New York 
do 

Ca'tyefWm 

ceiter 


1,86U 

40 men, 
Dialeee 
pr.pair 

6 men, 
in th.- 
• 1.560 

3»t7ic 
697 » 

imtysod 

perfCM 


3 at 40c. 
^372 

10 boj-1, 
mployed, 

employed 
y«r,».(l 

40 femi'i 
loyed,»t 


30st40e. 
•3,7m 

uidlOf«- 
it 3.tcti. 
B,Ho,ooa 

lOfnon's 
perd»y, 

■ ■t9i.6d. 
(260 

COIWtUlt- 

30c«(il^ 



^AXDEL W AB» 



S«4 [ Doc. No. SOS. ] 

D«cmKKT 3. -No. 373.— WRSTMINSTBR— &4(Aili^ 






111 



Four ctiur nuinufac- 



Bonp and cuncUe bo\. 
es, sialics, &c. by 
Am Brooks 

Edward Kundill, & 
J. & N. Cuttinif, 
cabinel-nuikc 

Beuben Fennor, and 
Abmn. Cutting, 
boot and slioeim- 



Btraw braid and bon- 









tiuiin 



lllil 



3,000 
2.O00 



a^3 



1,000 
1,000 



« 3 0-3 -.s 






O.OOO Ibi. cotton S2 
20,000 lbs. uool, )U,000 V 
■1,368 lbs 6oap, 
Fuel, coal, & oil. 



Oak, chcRiut, and wal 



MapJe, cherry, and ptnt! 
lumber, 
Fuel, oil. 

Leather, thread, U pega. 

Six 

FNielRndiMl, 



Leather, thread, tec. 
Fuel, ail, ttc. 



C Boc. No. 308. ] 



i! 


llli 
Jill 


iwii 


fril 


ill 
pi! 


m 
It? 


, cuntrood, 
,fn<Keo,lLC. 

lire oil, 37 J 


Sitinet, 34,000 vda. 
•I«,000 


DMtOD 


(1.340 




..tO.40 
W96 












- 


30,900 chain, worth 
(IS.OUu 


Principally in 
MasMchtiMtU 


iOMl.OO 

6,200 






- 


Pia., tubi, fcc. 8.600 


In this State 


i 3 at 1.00 

4,650 








Burels, 1,200 


Do 


4 at 0.75. 930 








9«A«.jo.pindcit, 

die boxoa, S,0OU 


Boston &. vick). 
itj- 


* at 1.0O 

1,340 






J And trim- 
100 


Article* manuiactur- 
ed, l,5lKi 


County of Wor- 


Sat 0.75 
1,16730 






■ 


W, 2,000 


Custom work 


4 at 0.75 

930 






- 


Le«Aer tmned and 
curried, 6,000 


Worceiter co. 


6»tl 00 

1,39S 






- 


Straw bonnet*, Ste. 
30,000 








80 110.23 
17,350 


^^d,_j 


Hit., MinwJly, 800 


Worcetterco. 


IWI.OO 

310 






addlery, 100 


Amount of in»nuf»c- 
ture, 1,S00 


Do 


J at 1.00 

630 







9AHUEL VABD. 



I Doc. No. 908. ] 

Doevmn 3.— Nb. 373.— WINCHBNDON^ 



■ ll 

ill 


m 

JilJ 

mil 

'•Hi 


Sii 


I 


il|-sl-«i| 


11? 

1 

5* 


AnuHi Whitney, - 


(6,000 


#6.000 


(9,000 


3-2,000 Ibi woid 816w<X>u 


C- SUt 


woollen manufuct'r. 








Dvc .tuffii 35C|M»>e 










aptirm. oi] 150 












Soup, teazlei, glue, kc 350 












Boarda, naila, tacks, twine. 










bruihei, fcc. 300 










Freig^ht, he 2O0 


T.^SJSf"" 


30,000 


16,000 


3,00(1 


80,000 lbs cotton, at . 10 j So. St 
8,400|M>aH 
> 50 nlU oil SOO 
10 bbis flour 50 


















10 bbls starch 70 










50 cord* wood ]U0 










Other material! SOO 










Freigbt SOU 


E. & W. Murdock, 
bobbin manufactur- 


1,300 


1,300 


600 


""^^"-"'■TSnJ'*- 


er*. 








Fuel, oil, tc 100 


Iluc Morie, twmer 


2,S0O 


100 


4,000 Hides and ikina 4,0OolHam 


ai^cumer. 








Bark. lime, oil, tallow 5tK 




W'1}IunPoI]Brd,hoot 


600 


50 


7S 


LeMher, thread, ptgt 50( 


Mm 


•nJ ahoe maker. 








Fuel. oU, »c 1 





C Doc. No. 308. ] 

iUkigt, V^ aUai^ MCat Mumfaetura, MarkO*, Werkmm, Waga. 



Ill 

ill 



fill 



sSsTssT 

I* lei 
■a ,« ^§ 






ft-;; 

JSS-S 



is- It 



^1 
ft 

m 



^AMOEL WABD. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Docn>iHT 3.— No. 274.— WORCESTEB. — Sdteduk of 



It 
■|i 


Um 


m 

Mill 
rill 


if 

111 

> 






Elijah Burb«nit 


»30,(}(» 


1300 


»500 


Domestic rag* 97.000 


Hass. 


p.p„ma„uf.V 












3. Burt & Co- 


10,000 


Casks, &c. 


1,500 


4.000 hops, at 12J c 500 


iUm. 


breweijr 




1,000 
S horses 500 




*,000 bu. barley, at 80 3,200 

SOObush. charcoal, 8 e 24 

Other domestic materials 50 




Jno. F. Ket el 


3,800 


100 


3,000 


Furs (all kind.) 6.600 


U«^. 


& Co., hat man 












ufectorj 












Osgood Bradley 


2.rjo 


500 


3,900 


Lumber 775 


Priodfi 


carriage & bar 








Haraeu, russet, and 


Maa. 


ness manufac'j 








palciLt leatlier 700 

Paimi, oil. and lanush 830 
Morocco ikins 50 
Coach laces 500 
Hame» and co«A trira- 
uuagi, plated 600 
100 yds. painted carpet'^ 100 
Coach spring* and (tepa 400 
f hoe thread and twine tOO 
Curled hair SO* 
Tow cloth 50 


TranPI 

Hand* 


Charles Child, 


500 


100 


300 


Pine lumber 435 


MUMCb 


























T. 8t J. Sutton. 


4,000 


500 


1,000 


10 tons lead, »t 1110 3,S00 


Mi«»ri 


lead pipe m«^ 




1 hone 100 




1,000 iron casings 50 


MuMfei 


ulMtory 








Hosin, oil, and wood 3*0 




3 ihoe stores 


MOO 


90 


95(3 


Leather Si. shoe thread 3,500 


llMNdi 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] (69 

tAa^ Gte., JfttoJob toed, Manufatiurtt, MarkeU, Werkmta, Wagu. 



1l.f 




ISii 


m 

i 

< 


m 

ill! 

Illi 




rromlcgbm 


WritLnfr, printing', & 


,inMass.an>l 


fl at «1 


atSOcts 


9 at J300 


fS,JOO 


wrapping paper 


H. I., remiiin- 


per day, 


per day. 


per«-«k, 




J20,0(i0 


dep In N. Y. 


am'tinftto 


am'tg to 

jiiSsO 


ara'trngto 






city 


82,50* 


■«yy6 per 


- 


1,000 bhI,LdoaMe 
ale, at 7 doU. 7,000 


N. Eng. Slate* 


i al 75 ela 
th.- year, 






















anrtinicto 












S40 












1 at tiOO 












per year 






ignwool 313 


Men'9 b. bov'a hats ma 


Norlliera and 


fit 1 2J 


_ 


4>t50cU. 


ii.ifictiire.1 aiiiiually, 


middle States 


per dav. 




per Jay, 


;lea used in 


ainciuntiiig to IJ.UOO 




am'tinBto 




am'tiiifrto 


r 1^ 






3,130 




636 


'•e TemillionlS'J 


13 VaRT c^wclid. 


N. En^. States 


[i; men at 






«. Swedn iron 

l.OOU 


jt iS'i dols. 5.400 
5 cIia-SKfr, at JiO l,3jO 




( ihJ p..ltv 
am'ilngto 






b Brunels 


*Bli,-^»t!73 7fxi 




4.69S 






.•g 87.sa 


5 i:*m„le9, 30U 1,50U 










>. RiUM .heefg 


1(1 chuJsu k wajnm 










100 


liarn:-s*.-5, at (55 350 












5.«I,alagehapn'» 390 
Kirpairs on coaches, 

fforia, and harne». 






















y.-BrIy 7,3tlO 












Uslagcalcigha 3,100 


Do 










-.5 cuttcra SSJ 


Do 








Wiboopwrnrs 


Tui^, pails, and 
buckcU 2,500 


Mass. & R. I. 


* at 92 cts 
per day, 
am'iingto 
i.isi a* 






»lbfc Eng£>h 


30 tons lead manu- 


Ma«LfcR 1 


eat I 00 






p«r 250 


factured 4,ftK 




per day. 






,|b>. iDdia 


l,OU(»lbscnpp'rdo Tju 




am'iinRio 






:kua ISu 






i.Brs 






1 Ins. Swedes 

50 


!,.)00" block tin 3o0 










Ladicsandgentle- 


Custom-work 


[4 at S4 c 










entutly 


per day. 








aW.;s 6,'AC 




am'tiiig lo 




\ 


TO 


Oepairing 1,000 




3,680 S8 





[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



""•SI 



f 2 ii i-e 



1 1 



isslisy.ss. 






9 cabinet TuzTii- 
ture abopt, con- 

Wm. Lejfpti 

Mddle, ham era 
li trunk maker 



C*I«b Newcomb 
II Co., fc aice 
ti MUler, in 
Blate, aheet 
■ton, and cop- 
|wr workers 



Oliver WLtherby 
plciug'h & wft- 
gon maker 



Uerrick It Dow- 
' ley, leather 
dealera h cur- 



|300 Lumber Tarious kindi 1800 



Leather and plated w 



Value of straw 



800 Iba. copper, at 3ic. 900 

Charcoal 

Sperm, oil 

Scdder 



Timber, oak, k aih 

6,0(Kllbs.ciutinj^ ■15} 315 
1,600 plou^aharein'ldallS 
Other nmtaiali 



r Doc. No. 30». ] 



{f! 
1 


lit 

fill 
jfil 


m 

llllli 


ISi- 
Ui-- 

Ins 


m 
m 


13 

fir.? 






MaMacbuMtls 


..r.o. 


3 at 130 




4,000 




per day. 


P'ryear. 










un'tioBlo 


am'lg to 










1,565 


430 




?2.-ir'-i» 


Siddlea. h»ne>a, 




3 at 230 






and trunks 2,7U0 




per year. 












am'tiofrto 












750 






llMbnlMTCl, 


r,000 p>Im Ie»r hits 


South. States 


. 


, 


Eq'altoIS 


3ie 


J, 730 








employed 




Straw braid 10,000 


Where it is m 


anufacturc 


1 into 


at 25 eta. 






bonnets, and 


scot lo aU 


Iheprin- 


per day, 






cipal cities 


o the Uni 




"■'a" 


jweatin. tt 


17 Icmi sheet iron 




at 1 30 


lat 50c. 


•100at25o 


Mh. t,650 


manufact'd into 




per day, 


per day. 


per day. 


». Englkh 


atovsK, move fur- 




am'ting to 


133 


amtinrto 


rtiroo 3,100 


niture, kstapipe 4,700 
Tin cjlinder* for 




465 




7,750 


1 lb* Zng- 




4atGs.9d. 






wire 313 50 


cotton and wool- 










■ Biwudieet 


len iniichinerj 750 




^' 1%!' 






1 -MO 


Copper&tin ware 3,300 










b& Genn. *teel 




Man. Si He. 


4 men at 






» 


ROO 




6b. 9d 






1 Dm. Sw<dei 


100 colter do 800 




per day. 






1 33.50 


35 llfrht wapin. 535 




""Sir 




■ 




B heavy do 240 










12 carts 300 












18 pr». cart wheel. 216 












Wheelbarrows, 












scrapers, kc. 123 












Other work 350 












Leather curried 14,000 


Massachusetts 


1 at 300 







SUIUBL WARD. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



DocuHGirr 3— No. 275.— WORCESTER.— ftlMuJt ^ 



III 


till 

m 


ml 

= 5 8 = 


1 

iii 


Iilllill 


1 

IM 


B«tch fe r..,nn, 
wo.;llciimauu. 
bcturors. e^ 
tkb-edinieSS 


fll.lOO 


97,814 


10,467 


Wool, 45,000 Ibi. at 50 cts. 'nm Rt^ 

»33,500|StU(s pi 

T>;itz)es, 309,000 at 6} 300ip*U>: t 
Woo<l, oil, soap, cop- fie« N. ' 
pens. &c. &c, l.SOa 


Btn-dcn, wuol- 
nutchinid* 


$7,250 


013,000 


*3.700 


Cast iron, 10,009 tb* 
.t 5 cl,. »500 
Lumber 250 
Caul 300 


Cutim 
umber > 
nonh'ii! 

BChUK 


Smith', i'nrdry 
foriiistmgi 


3,000 


1.000 


600 


Pig iron nnd coal 


UJinl 


Benj. I'roiitjjiii fc 
CD.,lwinc nunu 
fcetory . 


4.500 


3.000 


2,400 


21,000 lb<. flu atUcts. 2,310 


noRh-t 


WhPel.«k .nd 
Phetp^, woollen 

machiniEUi 

Co., woollen nu- 
chiniit. 


4.J00 

2,500 


1,500 
1,000 


1.000 

2,000 


88.000 lbs. cut iron at 
4i cents 5,760 
LumbiT, paint, Kc. 3,195 
7,0V0 lb». east iron at 5cU 350 
Lumber and cimI 375 


Noclfal 
Nonh* 


Wm. M. Bick 
ford, woollen 
nuchinirt 


3,500 


1.200 


1,200 


1 3,0001b«. c'et ir'n at J ct». 5O0 
4.0.'y »pindlesal 17 CIS. 6*10 
Lumber and charcoal 60G 


North- 


Clukevill^Co!- 
ton M>nufu:l'g 
Co. 


13.000 


16,000 


3,700 

I 


e5,0001b». cotton at IS 
CL-nts 7,80C 
SOO cord* wood 40t 
Od, burned, aiiduaedon 

\ 


Maw 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 57 S 

t, t/e^ JUd«r*a(i luaf, MamifarUirts, Market; Workmen, Wage*. 



Ill 


ill 
III, 

111' 




iii 


|tp 

lib 


oewood. fuWic, cam- 3o,000 yd*, brotdcloth. Salts princi 


8 avan'g 


3at4ac. 


3 3X SO.C 


«od, maddvr, oiivc 


sveraginef2Siperyd.pal!y inlheci- 


• ' Bp.day per day 


p'r day tbo 


l.UldCMtllcMUp 


»4S,000■t,esofN.Tnrk 


hey'rr-d.ithe year 


ear round 


»li,000 


d. Phil>d«lp-U 


am'nti'gtolr-)und, a- 


amoumiaK 






g6,S4r is 


to>3943tt 


to 
«2,0M» 


wede* iron. 




14al gl 17 






B,0(>l>lbi.at5cts.5(H)*W S7.! l.Jflthe norlhem 


per day a- 






Klb». tienunncel i-'O k%itli.-p splitOngm*- 


awtei 


mount'gto 






taocenia 40 


ch'n.isatSlOO ii,300 
Uh-h-gdoattHU 1,040 
Unap'[f.li)at 140 j2W 
rgr!,d'ffdo«t85J350 
SunJty work repairing' 
machinery 1,OOC 




4,813 94 






- 


C^,'j(« ft mach'ry 4,000 


Sold in Hub. 


4 at 11 50 

.mBiintrng 






_ 


8,400 Ihs. Jioe thread 


Ciijei of New 


2 at «I 33 


3 at 46 9- 


Bat46<1tfc 




«l 45 eta. 3.TB0V(.rk, PhiU'i. 


amounting 


mounting 






Ml... ]b.. twine at \S 


and lloston 


10 832 58 


to 431 »4 


to 1,151 M 




ecnts 1,360 










'm%. inmfc •crewi 


luebroadluoma ll>,0»0 


Moitly in the 


18.t»l 17 






1,650 


lOUwHinetloonu 8,0OU 


M E. SUlcs, 

afewinN.V 


Amoundnt; 






,000 tba. Swede* iron 


iO ohi-uiog oiBcIunes 


New England 










at »73 ,i,7iO 


Stalci 


amounting 








G ^Ind'e^ machines at 
(i(J 3U0 

tl S45 450 
19 briishiiig raichines 
at (65 1,835 
Smwlry work in repair- 
ing mac hinerj 6U0 




to 1,660 30 






(.000 lbs. Swedes 


■"'■ Bpiniiing jack, at 


North'nSUtES 


lOatRIlT 






wn Ji ■teel, averaging 


(350 7 .SOQ 










eta. per lb. 1,200 


2.1 napping macliinea 
at SiO 1.0j( 
Shr'-ldo»t.f400I,20t 
Sundn work in repair- 
inymichinery l.l/ 




to 3,669 10 








:.OLi,00a vd''. sl>jrings 


ProT. B. I., & 


3 at 13 a 


J at 20 c 


31 at 4a c 




worth, Ille last v^ar, 8 


south 


mounfglo 




amounting 




els. p.r vard 24,uOU 




1,87H, 20 

mouiifK to 
4,695 


to 313 


104,075 39 



ST4 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 



^■8 B t' 

'ti't 

f sis' 



mi 



5 3 B U 



sim 



HMtin Wilder, 
utinet m 

Vadiworth and 
Metctlf, wtinet 
manufacturera 



Hobul, Gould- 
in^, uid Smith, 
muhiiucU 



Moms L. Moim 
b Co., cutlerr 
raanulictureiv 

Wuhbnm and 
Goddud, tna- 
chinitU & wire 
diawen 



!■ = 3 e i| 8 

■aJilT^li 



11* 



Si-as.i 



■|!i. 



i 



10 25,000 Ibi. wool at 50 

»nU ri3,000 

Cotlon warpa l.SOO 

Si "I'l ties, (domeitjc) 
lO 30,000 Ibi wool at .SOc. 15,000 Moatl; 'n 

Cotton wurps 1,700 8 

Domestic materiots 

iron 600 M 



[ Doc. No. 908. 3 



57£ 



III 

i 


m 

ill 
in 

.III 


poaed of ii: this State, 
What proportion in other 
States, and wliere. What 
proportion in foreipicoun- 
1 tries, and where. 


1HI 
till 

fill 




PI 
t 


[obdj-eitafri 


37,500 yds. sitinet at 


Boston, Mass 


7 at t\ a- 




to 1783 50 


#1,500 


eai cents 23,437 5(; 


crov R !.,& 


moonfgto 




ipi 




the south 


»a,i9i 






MuR* 1,700 


45,000 fdi. tatinet at 


AUs'ldinBos- 


9 at (1, a 


, 


Satcts-a, 




6-2^ cents 27,128 




mount'gto 




mount V to 








2,817 




ud iteel IfiOO 


Uye wood cutten 300 


North'n Slates 


10 at »1 


3 appren- 






Grinding eiipnes 1,500 




ao, am-nt- 


ticesHtSO 






Satinet machine! VW 




ng to 


cU. 313 






Br'd cloth shearing ma- 




3,75fi 








chines 6,000 










.boD& Keel 4,000 


30 spinning machines. 


Northern and 


30 at 91 a. 








j7 carding; machines. 


middle SUtcs 










12 pickers, and 85 cop- 




9,390 








dense rs, amounting in 












the whnle to 48,000 










r«»,«Wcl»200 


Vcn and pocket kiuTee 


New Eng-land 


20at4i6d 






3J0 


and razors 7,000 


Sutea 


to 4,695 






IRIDIC neel BOO 


10 broad napping ma- 


New EngrUnd 


14 at (117 








chlntaal #415 4,150 


States 










16.000 lbs. card wire at 




toS,li694 








BS cent* 4,000 












34,000 lbs. coarse irire 












itl4cenl» 4,760 











SAlCUBt, WABB. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

DocuMiKT 3.— No. 376.— WEDSTEK— AAedUt tf . 





is 


1 1 


Hi 

11 


illilll 




s 


' 


> 


<'^ 


Cotton, 


|S5,ll:,(> 


110.000 


*9,ai3 


Cotton 22S,(WO His. 8iir,50mSo.iai'iif0llB 


1811 and leaa, 


water 


8 horses 




starch, oi , leather, caid olb.r ju^ 






l.OUO 




picltel■^ shuttles, glue,' Nortli. Suh 


Samuel Slater 








reeds, bmshea, woo.1. id N. YAl-ai 
3,42li 


Cotton, 


34,000 


I3,oo;i 


4, sou 


Cntlon 78,000 lbs. i5,Ji.0.3MW»tto 


1824 and Iti-.T. 




4 hon»;!i 




OLhiT irticlri 9Sr 




Phenix Thnad 




4U0 




Elli^c)un|r and colorinu; 




Comp., !^.-vmiieI 








thread 3.rS0 




Blatcr Sc .Soni, 
copnrtii-.Ti 
Bleachliiff & dy 












!,000 


500 


, 


Copperas lime, vitriol, 


NorHi^iJH 


ing, I(:>U,John 
Dmou 
WooUn, 1822 








potashes, wood, &c. 460 




35,000 


45,000 


57,500 


Wool 56,000 lbs. 38,65U 


Nnrtheni 


l&!6,Bnd>S38, 


water 






White i^oap 3141 nuddleSt 


Samual S Inter 








Sperm oil 623 
Glue 455 




h Suns, cupart 










neri 








Potashes 115 












Copperas 146 












Leather, teazles, sig, lune 












bran, paper, boiea, twine. 












wood, coal, broomi, brushes 
J,r65 

9atinet warps 3,1)0 














Cotton, 
Zera Preslon 


5,000 


5,000 


6O0 


80,«K)lb cotton at .lOJ S>00 
Slarch 20( 
f>il, co»l, wood, leather. 


Gconit 
PhilaSei^ 



ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS FROM 13 TO 39, CBUi 

No. 13. WearandtearS to 6 per cent., depends in what ntanner the repairs ate k^ ^ 
what improvements are adopted. Depreciation three per cent. Gspenae of wateb"* 
eluded in answer to N<j. 10. Interest ofcapitj depemls how long the frood* i«fBWD M 
and on what rredit Salaries included in Na I U. Loss by bad debu 2} per cent- C 
miniion ~J j to 4 per Cent, on package and piece sales. Transportation and storage h»lf ?•• 
Eapcnseaand losnei per cenl. dep.'iida upon the amount of grosi salea r ral i ird 
N.>. 14. This 1 have not examined into. 
No. 15. From 11 to 1 .' hours, ..00 da>-s per annum. 
No. lO. About one dollar, and from ten to twelve dollan per month- 
No 17. The decrcasr owin|{ to an ovlt slock of goods in nurkct. and cxpoitinf ipsM 
No, 20. Probably an Incrcaw f;eneral<yi unable to stale hO" luiich. 
No. 31. At the within vstubliahinen-. (first named) 7-8 ahirtings sold at 36ecalib>* 
and now tune goods i>r>nK from c\K\ntn it'me ui\ia. 
Wo 22 This maybe detennitiei^ij dw»etieS»>*>ii»li'>i«*»'«^- 
No. S3. AliDOft abutdoned. 



[ Doc. No. 308. ] 

M rt n ft mbC Mmv^artM, Mmkti, tTerknun, Wagtt. 



III! 






■fa-S K 



lilt 



III 



iirl 






4-^ sheeting 490,000 
yardi . |44,i: 

A shirting 360,000 
yards \S,SM 



^enplyiinBo» 
ton, remaind't 
inN. Y. Phil. 
BbJl Chirlci- 



N. E, SUtcB, 
thread Pi V. 
PhilikdeL ind 

Biltintore 



33 >t asc 13 >t »c 



BroulcloUii 37,7J0yd9 
6J,&U 
14,600 yds. 
19,380 

Satinebi 37,&iOyiRis 
2J,738 



A imall portion J7 >l 83c 
in thi* Stale, 
the rcddue in 
New Yorii, 
PhiUdeL and 
Baldmore 



Sold in Btulon 



SAMUEL W^ 
3 TH^'FIRST NAMED BSTABU8HMENT. i^-^'J 

f be Mibmitted to \ regular importer. 

ncialty throufrhout the Union. i *v "^r'A 

rown ^oodi to South America, !tc. ^/i^fi 

ix to ei^t monthi and no barter. 
luld go to bnning, in case they had any UMLrketfor thw product^ k 



ncipal part or all of the capital would be wnk in buildiiigai &c. 

bthil whether nwre than t&at i* now realized. 

en doth* wcEc itainpet], it wmU cAccfc /tbuA M) a jTCfli tMUure, 



JOHN SUkTEa. 



MANUFACTURES. 



RETURNS FROM THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



DocumNT 4. — No. 1. > 

POBTSMOUTB, N. H., MtjflS, 1833. 

To the Hon. Louis McLa^b, 

Secretary of the TVeuniry, Washington. 

Sir: In obedience to directions conUdned in your letter of February Tth, 1833,Tt(iuaoq| 
me to obtain informiition on various matteit connected with manufactureiiiitheStiteu 
New Hampshire, and to present it. in a condensed form, in a report, with all tine ^t^^ 
turns and communications from which it may have been derived, I respectfully trub^tK 
result of the inouiries I have made in the counties of Rockingham, StralTordv Gnftoi >od 
Coos, in as intelligible a manner as the sh^rt time I have had since the returns weRKcaTcQi 
woidd permit The information in relation to the same subject, fr^m Merrimsck,^^ 
rou^, Cheshire and Sullivan, the other four counties, will, it is presumed, be txuoittn 
to you by Mr. Stark, another agent appointed by you for this State. ^ 

In pursuing my inquiries, it was found impracticable to obtain such detailed iiifijiwjj 
as would enable me to Answer the queries proposed by you, agreeably to the order ii«^ 
they are placed, or to obtain answers to some of them m any form. Aa a matter of iff*^ 
sity, therefore, a plan has been adopted, diflferiDg, in some particulars, from that pmpon^ "^ 
you, witli a view to accommodate the agents of the manuCu:turing eitahliihinenl^fa* 
whom much of the information was to be derii'ed, and with a design to elicit all the i^ 
ination in relation to the various inquiries that could be obtained fi-om the Kiureesto*v(^ 
application w.is to be made, which information, so far as it extends, will, it is hope4ao^ 
the purposes intended. 

With these ren\ark% a general description of joint stock manufacturing estiUiteeo^'^^ 
presented, premising, that the statements relative to nuitcrials, cost of manufielinngj* *^ 
sales of manufactures, are for the year ending September o'Jth, 1831, cxceptinjwtt^-^ 
latcs to the cotton }arn manufactory, belonging to the Aver}' Factory CompuSTi 
for the year er.ding May, 18w^2. 

JOIHT STOCK MANVFACTUniXG COMPAIVIES, AND OTHIR XATTUFACTCaiSrCI 

OWXED BT IlfDIVIIirALS. 

For the manufacture of Cotton Cloih$» 

There an^ two of tliis description in the county of Rockingbm. 

Ist. The manufactory belonging to the Newmarket Manufacturing Com^aiqr ii 
In Newmarket It was begun in 1823, and finished in 1831. MMMifiMtamg '^ 
in 1824. The machinery is in stone buildings, and operated b^ water power. 
invested in ground, huildrngs, water power and machinery, n $60(^00(1. Tfct 
domestic raw matcriajs consumed was 9124,088. The wages of ^3 pcnoni 
amount to 0196,2(^6 81. 2,554,961 yards of cotton cloth were maiiufiwtiired^ of 
of f255,496. 

2d. The Exeter Cotton Manufacturing Company. The manuftctaiT 
company is located at Exeter. It was established in 1828. The WMirhif IT jf 
huiloing, and operated by water power. The capital invested in gVDiuidp baf 
power and machinery, is f 187,596. The cost of domestic raw matormb used 
of foreign materials fTSO. The wages of 255 persons employed are 943^34 
yards of cotton cloth arc manufactured, of the Talue of $135,000. 

In the county of Strafford, there are four establishments for the 
cloth, and four for the manufacture of cotton yam. 

1st. The Aveiy Factory Company. This factoiy u located at Mendidi. 
Ushcd in 1814; burnt in 1%'23, aivd Tcbxuit. the same year. The 





[ Doc ^o. 308. ] 570 

, and opemtecl by water power. The capital invested in ground, buildinga, water 
uad machinery, is $42,000. The amount of domestic raw materiid used, is |9,184. 
pes of 47 persons employed are $^833 34. 200,000 yards of cotton cloth are m*- 
«d, worth $30,000. 

lie Wlnnepissiogee Lake Factory Company, owned by Nathan Bachelder, aqoire. 
jory is located at Meredith. It was established in 1831. The machineiy if in a 
building, and operated by water power. The capital invested in ground, buildings, 
>wer, aiul machinery, is $30,000. The amount of domestic raw materials comsumed 
^ Tile wages of 29 persons employed are |4^509 50. 140,000 yards of cotton 
re &bricated, worth $15,400. 

^ocd Manu&cturing and Mechanic Company. The manu&ctoty is located at Gil- 
t was established in 1829. The machtneiy u in a wooden buQding, and opeimted by 
ower. Capital inveited in ground, buildings, water power and machinery, is $20,000. 
; of domestic raw materials consumed $9,450, and of foreign $750. The wages of 
HIS employed are $5,218 36. 102,000 yards of ticking are manufactured, Sf the 
$21,420. 

Jpper Manu&ctory, belonging to the Cocheoo Manu&cturing Company, located at 
ana improved by John Williams, esquire. The machineiy is in a wooduen building, 
xmted Dj water power. The capitol invested in ground, buildings, water pq;wer 
hinery, is $35,000. Amount of domestic raw matenab used $30,500f foreign $250. 
ges oir 159 persons employed are 32,104 53. 1,000,000 yards of cotton cloth are 
Aured, valued at $70,000. 

[^ottim Yam Factor », belonging to the Avery Factory Company, located at Gilford, 
id by Mekher and Avery, was established in 1831. The machinery is in a wooden 
V and operated by water power. The capital invested in ground, buildings, water 
nd roachtnery, b $4,500. Amount of domestic raw materials consumed $4090. 

rs of 11 persons employed is $1,589 21. 55,000 pounds cotton yam are manu- 
worth $6,300. 
[Cotton Yarn Factory, belonging to I. G. Hall. It is located at Wakefield, and was 
led in 1817. The machinery is in a wooden building, and operated by water power, 
ital invested in ground, buildings, water power, and machinery, is $4,000. Amount 
Stic raw materi& $4,650. The wages of H persons employed amount to $1,890 88. 

Kinds of yam are manufactured, valued at $7,700. 
e Cotton Factory belon^ng to Thomas Lai^hton, located at Mihon, wmm estab- 
1I8I8. The machinery is in a wooden building, and operated by water power, 
ntal invested in ground, buildings, water power, and machijiery, is $2,000. Amount 
sstic raw materials used $2,500. The wages of 10 persons employed amount to 
32. 15,000 pounds of cotton yam are manufactured, worth $4^200. 
rhe Cotton Factory belonging to Nathaniel Holmes, locttted at Sanbomton, was tt- 
d in 1828. The machinery is in a wooden building, and operated by water power. 
>ital invested in ground, buildings, water power and machinery, is $12,000. Amount 
»tic raw materiius consumed is $3,602; foreigpi $J0. The waffes of 14 persons em- 
imount to $2,173 89. 30,000 pounds of yam of the value of $7,200 are inanufiu> 

e are also one manufacturing establishment of cotton cloths and calico printing, and 
:otton cloths and woollen cloths, in the county of btrafford. 
rhe Codieco Manufitcturing Company. The manufiictories belonging to thb com- 
e locate at ]>over, and were begun in 1822, when the manufacture of cotton cloths 
iced. Calico printing commenced in 1827. The machinery is in buil<Ungs built of 
nd is operated by water and steam power. The capital invested in ground, build- 
iter and steam power, and machinery, and cash capital, as estimated by James P. 
lie agent of this company, in his retum, which accompaiues this report, is $ 1 ,500,000. 
oant of domestic raw materials consumed $ 197,617; of foreign $36, 523. The waM 
Ipenons employed amount to $198,072 79. 3,000,000 yards of calico are manuSc 
■hied at $435,000, and 1,500,000 yards of cotton cloth are fikbricated, of the value 
,000. 

lie Gftat Falls Manuiacturing Company. The manofikctories are located at Somers- 
Tliia establishment was begun in 18i4» for the manufiusture of cotton and woollen 
ndgparpeting. The OMchinery is in brick buildings, excepting one of wood, and 
1 by water power. Tbe capitel invested m ground, baildmgs, water power and ma- 
, it $1,000,000. The amount of domestic raw narteri^la b $294^035^ of Ibveini 
41. Ttie wupet of 1,382 persons employed, amount to #344^664 65. Cotton clotLs 
ulbetured of the value of $450,000; broadcMii ef the value of $320,000^ and 
if te vahie of $30,000. 




580 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

Manufacture of Woollen Cloths. 

Tharc is one manufactory of th's kind in the county of StrafTord, located at Sonenifitt^ 
owned by the Salmon Falls Manuf^icturing Company. It was cstahVished in *8'?':. IV 
machinery is in brick buildingfs, and operated by water po^'cr. The capital inrnitedia 
ground, building water power and machinery, is 525^,000. The amount of dometficAT 
materials consumed, is 579,424; foreign $14,217. The wages of 221 pcfsons empM, 
amount to $ '4,060 72. 52,600 yards of broadcloths are manufactured, ralued it IUVJrX), 
being $3 per yard. 

Col. Jojhui W. Pierce, the agent, from whom the information relating to thn eHibiik- 
ment is obtained, has estimated the value of the dwelling-houses owned by theC3ni|iuijit 
$31,000. The returns from the other manufacturing establishments do not make nchit- 
tinction. 

Manufacture of Cassimere and Sattinct. 

There is one manufactory of this description owned by the Village Falls MsnuftcturiB^ 
Company, located in the town of Bath, in the county of GraAon. It was ettablkliedii IflSd 
The machinery is in a brick building, operated by water power. The capital inviKedJi 
ground, buildings, water power and machinery, is $13,000. The amount of doMiticnv 
materials used, is $17,600; foreign $60a. The wages of 16 persons amount to |2^ 64. 
20,000 yards cassimere valued at $20,000, and 7,000 yards aattinet valued at HM^vc 
made. 

Lebanon Cotton Factory Company. The manufactoiy belonging to this compuyii tool- 
ed at Lebanon, in the county of Grafton. The capital invested in ground, buiidii^^ 
power, and machinery, amounts to $20,000. The amount of domestic raw matenahi 
ed, is $3,190. The ^-Rges of 26 persons employed, amount to |3,726. 100,000 pidi 
cotton clotI)s arc manufactured, worth $8,500 

In calculating the wag^s of operatives in all the foregoing manufacturing eftabi 
oil days are allowed for a year. 

Munufadwre of Iron. 

The Gilford Iron Foundr>' is located at Gilford, in the county of Strafford, and ni 
tablished in 1 828, by Stephen C. L}^ord. The capital invested in ^und, buildinn « 
power ^nd machinery, is $500. The amount of domestic raw materials used, b $l,wiL 
wages of 3 persons employed amount to $900. Machinery and hollow ware are 
turcd of the value of $2,625. 

The New Haiupahire Iron Factory Company. This factory is located at 
county of Graflon. It was established in 1805. The value of real estate, 
building)! and machinery, is $50,000, the original cost of which was $200,000- The dscV 
of manu£u:turing 300 tons of castings and 130 tons of bar iron, is $37,200, tk w ^ 
which amount to $34,000. 

The Upper Works of Franconia, in Graflon county, was established in 1839. Ttei^ 
of real estate, wiuer power, buildings and machinery, is $10,000. The expense of B^ 
facturing 50 tons (gross) of bar iron, is $3,250, tlie »des of which amount to $5,50l* 

The New Hampshire Iron Factory Company have not, until lately, been amitwrfbl 1^ 
■Articles formerly manufactured were of an inferior quality, but at present they are pitiare4 
and the blacksmitlis in the neighborhood of the work3, set a high value upon the tarifli 
for many purposes. 

It is impossible to ascertain tlie number of persons employed in theae rgtahfnhF*^* 
the ore is dug and transported to the works b^ contract, and the labor is moslljr doK If 
the job. When by the montli, the lowest rate is $10, and boarded; and the hif[faest nteh| 
the month, is $14, and boardecL When employed by the day, the rate it $1 per <fafi <■ 
boarded. The article of bar iron is sold in Boston at 90 to 100 doUara per ton, ii^ 
laborers arc paid at the works in bar iron, at $140 per ton. The present rate of pnfit' 
the New Hainpshuv Iron Factory Company is 15} per cent per annuo, and tint of At 
'/Upper Works 22} per cent The hoUow ware is sold in New Hampdiwe at 6 eenli F' 
pound. 

The manufactures of these establishmcnta at Franconia' are so remote Mk die poiii>* 
inMportation, that they arc entirely out of foreign competitioD, within the circle of 50^^ 

The following tabular statement presents a ^neral view of all the joint 
iiiring establifhflientSi and those owiiod by individuala, in my diftriot: 




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£ Doc. No. 308. ] 589 



b iaibniiitioii Yum httn obUmed ftom the a^gentB or ownen of Huat 

rere previously furnished with a copy of your queries, and also copies of 

of the House of RepresentatiTe^cf January 19th, 18SS{ and were respect- 

communicate such facts in rebition to them as seem necessary to a re- 
le tariff on terms that may recendle all the great interests of the coantryi 
famish the means of atiswering some of the most important inquiries pro- 

; tabular list also contains, in substance, answers to the first, second, third, 
lent of wsges in the fifth, the ninth, twenty-nxth, and fortieth queries. 
Ih queiy, namely: '* What has been the rate of your profit annually, fbr 
ars? and u it be a joint stock company, what dividends hare been recared, 

1 of the income of the company has been couverted into find capital, or 
id for contingent or other objects, and therefore not divided out annually," 
iwered by either of the agents of the aforesaid manufacturing companies^ 
imished such data in the answers they have communicated, as would eiMble 
hat fiict; and some of them, although personally questionsd upon this pointy 
spared to give an answer. By reference, however, to the return of the amat 
et Manufacturing Company, it will be seen that, in his answer to the fiftb 
ems to anticipate in part the twen^-fifth, he has incidentally fumiahed some 
kformation sought by the latter: stdl he does nut show what portioii of the 
as been converted into fiicd capital. 

from all the large establishments, excepting the Upper Flictory, at Dover, 
: Cocheco Bianufacturing* Company, improved by John Williams, esq., and 
m Manufactoi^, the dwelling-houses, stores and shops belonging to then^ 
I a profitable mcomc to the manufiicturing companies, are included in tiie 
1 invested in ground, buildings, water power, and machinery. As the value 
ps forms a very considerable portion of the capital invested, if the rate of 
; calculated upon the gross amount, the rents or income of them, should 
amount of receipts. 

tf the agenti of the manufacturing establishments do not afford any infor- 
oint; and, as different opinions exist in relation to t|ie mode of computiqg 
J, in the absence of such information, 1 have deemed it inexpedient to make 
ition of the annual profits of these establishments. The filets disclosed by 
how for themselves, and it may be a subject of consideration, whether some 
xpenditurcs for agricultural productions, enumerated in their return^ ought 
i computation. Perhaps the Upper Factory, at Dover, beloiiging to the 
icturing Company, lured by John Williams, esq., at the rate of #500 per 
»roved by him, fi^ its proximi^ to the latter^ and having neariy the tfiat 
Acsa, might afford some criterion by which to ludge of the others. 
1 by reference to the return of Mr. Williams^ ew>lishment, that a much 
rages is allowed by him than the rate of wages of all the establishment^ 

pays males over 16 years oki |l 25 per day; males under 16 years old 66 
snd females SO cents per day. And by consulting the tabular list, marked 
Q that there is only one other individual over 16 years dd, in all the estab- 
receives fl 25 per day; none under 16 who recetre even 60 cents per day; 
er instance where females receive more than 46 cents and 5 mills per day; 
rther observed th^t the proportion of men exceeds that of females in the 
lenlL Calculating, however, the profits of tlie manufactory improved by 
pon the amount of capital invested in ground, buildings, water power and 
r paying for materials and labor, there is found a profit of 20 per cent, and 
: HanuSicturing Company a profit of 19} per cent, while, bv the return of 
: Cocheco Manufacturing Company, who has isduded in his return, not 
f the dwelling-houses, and all other buildings owned bj the company, bat 
ital, it 'u ill appear, at first view, that the estahliriiment is not doing so pro- 
Bs as the two former are doing; yet a stockholder informs, that, in his last two 
dends, he has received a profit at the rate of 15 per cent per annum, and it 
at proportion of the profits is not divided out 

of wages of C26 Aialcs over 16 years old in the cotton establLdiment^ (they 
tcmselves) is - - - - - 01 14 7 per day 

lales under 16 years ----- 45 do 

,905 females - - - - - 44 3 do 

lid by the Salmon Falls Manufacturing Company, whose fabrics are wholly 
the first class of laborers, 82 cents; for the second, 25 cents; and for the 
mtsperday. 



584 



I Doc. No. 308. ] 



By the statement /umiahed by Mr Lloyd W. Welb, a|^nt of the Great Falli Mm 

ing Company, the whole number of persons employed is 1350. Tlie ayerage wiga 
95 cents; of women, 45 cent<«; and or children, 35 cents per day. Bat, in answer ti 
requesting him to designate the number of men, women, and childrenf and the latec 
of each clan, it appears there are 243 males over 16 years old; 89 under 16 yeais; s 
females, making m all, 1382 persons employed. l1ie wages of the first class is fl ) 
second, 58} cents, and the third class, 42 cents. 

The rate of wages per day, of similar classes otherwise employed, is as foUovi: 



blacksmiths . . - 
Hat manufacturers ... 
Cabinetmakers - . . 

Coach and cliaisc makers 
Tailors - - - • $1 

Coopers • 

Boat builders • - - 1 

Turners - . . - 

Tin plate workers - . - 1 

Gluemakers . - - • 

Dry fishmakers • . - 1 

Plating .... 

Stereotyping - - - 1 

Machine making - - - 1 

Pottery .... 

Wool pullers - . . 

Patent leather and oil silk manuf 'rers 1 
Painters - - • - 1 



84 Soap and candle makers 

76 Brass founders 

79 Ship builders 

92 Morocco dressers 

00 Brickmakers 

76J Ropemakers • 

19 Printers 
84 Shoemakers - 
08 Bookbinders - 

75 Sailmakers - 

20 Papermakers 

76 Saddle and harness makers 
25 Tanners and curriers 

17 Pot and pearlash makers 

87 Block makers 

67 Distillers 

50 Starch makers 

07 Pail and tub makers • 



• 1 



Tin plate workers - 

Shoemakers 

Tunici's 



Palm leaf hat makers 

T:uloring 

Paper makers 

Printing 

Shoes and boots 

Bookbinding 



Mate of wages of Boys, 

37} Hat makers - 
50 Cabinetmakers 
50 Blacksmiths - 

Rate of wages of Ftmaka, 

28 Morocco dressing 

oZ Cotton batting 

37} Brush making 

33 Hatjnaking - 

30 Females doing housework 

50 Agricultural kborers 



The operatives in the manufacturing establishments, and in prirate woric Aif^ 
twelve hours per day, upon an average, during the year. 

The number of horses employed is very small, those used being principilly Ibr ii 
portation of materials and manu&cturcs. 

The different kinds and value of foreign and domestic materials consumed inthetf 
tories, and the quantity of each kind, so far as the returns have shown, w31 be ft 
schedule market B, the foreign amounting to $171,450, and thedomestie to |83lblA 

Some of the manufactured articles which are disposed of by consigneea of tlis W 
turing companies in several of the United States, find their way into fbragn ooi 
but the agents of the companies were not able to say to what amount. The retnrnii ht 
furnish the following statements, namely: 

Exeter Cotton \lanufacturing Company — ^Boston, New York* Philade^hia^ Hdl 
SouUi America, and the East Inches. 

New Market Manufacturing Company — Principally in the United States, 

Cocheco Manufacturing Company — Boston, to merchants from all parts of die Cinii 
ticularly r>icw York, PhUadciphia, and tlic west. 

Salmon Falls Manufacturing Company — ^New York and Pennsylvania. 

Avery and Melcher Manufacturing Company — Principally in New HiBpshiie. 

Avery Blanufacturing Company— One-quarter part in New Hampshire^ residte is I 

Villa^ Falls Manufacturing Company— One-twentieth part at the &ctofy, 
productions, residue in Boston. 

Great FaUs Manufacturing Company— New York and other citiai of the 
America, Northwest comI, uvi CmX VnidMA. 



AcAninr Md Mechanic C<HV*n7T*Abont 15 per ceot. in New HuacAire 

ton. 

improved by John WiUiMn»->lluMch<>ett^ New York, uid PenDCTlTWHU 

;Ies, nnuUr to those nuHuftctured in my ditttict, enter into competitioii, but 

ndereble extent. 

ctures ire generally sold on a credit of lii monthi, except the bbrici df 

lOwftctnriaK Compiiny, which are told at ei^t raaBttn* mothL , - 

time (km the piuctiase of tha nw matcmli to the date of TTrKriny the pTi>- 

>f the nunufacturca. nuy be eMimated >t cBte year. ■. ,- 

tkc ninuricturcd articles to the i nrnnulactuien, )iM decreaied to a oOnndep- 

MD the comnencenient of the eMabliihinent*, ud a aUrilMtlble n 

of the price of labor of opetM' ' ' * 



machinery. Hgat oTtfacmartiActMiekB lh*ditfnetiB,whMi4 hi««lai^|t 

ntain the recent improvements of nutchinerTi tooli, and apparatus) o«a> 

«r DO expctue-haa been ij|ciin«d mtefibuitf Uwm 

« of the principal ettibliahmenta beiog a aaaowited ef briekwHl itODn, tlw 

[ their Talue is trifliiw. . ,' ' i .< . 

Ibe raw nnterialH, tsktn^ all tho manBfkatariiif; ertabUahiiMnla togatiM-, a 46 

a value of the manubctured article*, and the coat of labcn' Si (par cQpt, and 

ler cent., giving: nearly the ume profits as the upfier manubetDtr tt Doruv 

n Hanufacturinff Company, in the ictumi' of .which, tlw dvdliligJKiilie^ 



it ami cnnditiDn of it. s; 
ire interested. The rewU of their labors, in tliiv 
lies olc to Stat, , ■!. ,: In ilic counlica of Roct'iigham, Stafibrd, Urafton, ntid 
' lis towns, ail I ] I1.n47 inluhiUnu, the ejipunse of ucli imlividuid, onnu- 
af all d»cnp'> :.^ I'lr ui.-»niig apparel, is ^16, making the expciiie to the 
>nof S3,3aO,U]J. AILnviiiff 7 persons to » family, there Would be 21,250 
eiage expense ii '.-noli of wliich, furbedJing, carpeting, table liuen. Etc., is 
40,1,713, iq tha'. ;'-',~8J,860, are yearly expended for clotha for wearing ap- 
, carpeting^ Ice, &C. Sumetliing incire than one-half of these clothe ara 
nftiuhcs, , , ,, . 

wiu&c|ure». b))ve, however, sradi|all)r decreased., qi)ce &e adoption 9f^ 
ind, at the present time, not juote tbiuA finu^GAhn M tvfafdo0i»_ut mwla in 
sBiioc to that period. ...^ . , ., ' , . 

en wool as is required when manuftcturcd, to clottie the Inliabitui^ is grown 
ncd countkai but the quantity of Sax ruaed is not auttdent for home coo- 

of'tfae carpeting manufUctured in said counties, and made mostly in Cimilic^ 
die other States, it is believed, exceed the amount of the foreign article conr 



Warkchop Mamifaelurti. 

rtatement C, presents the various descriptions of this branch of indnitiy, ex-. 
aggregate, the ajnount of capital employed, the value of the manufactured 
nuier of persons employed, the rate of wa^s, and iriiat portion of the mate- 
torn production. 

inent, it appears that fifty-nine per cent, of the materiali used is of Amoiean 
1 that the rate of proRt is uxteen per cent, if the value of the woikahopa, 
■ge Mock on hand, is coQudered the amotmt of o^ntal invested. But it may 
mark, that while the wages for labor, in the huge manufisoturiDg eittbladk- 
Med upon three hundred and eleven days to the year, the wagea of kbor in 
rkslM^ are estimated upon a calculation of three hundred days only to th* 

« worthy of remark, that while the average wages of tboae who labor in lh« 
triag tatablishments is one dollar fourteen cents and seven imlla per daj^ th» 
of the workshop opcrativea are only about eighty-1hr«* aaiAst 



386 [ Doc. No. 308. ] 

If, therefore, tlie price of labor in the workshops were carried up to the nfte atwUAAc 
hkborers in the Urge establishments are psud, the profits of the private wofUup iwwiir 
turers would be very small, if, indeed, anj profit could be realized. 

Manufacture of Soli. 

There is but one establishment of this kind in the State of New Hampshire, ndii bolBi 
in the town of Hamntoii, in the county of Roclungham. It is smaU, and bein^ on tk» 
board, is not out of competition with the forcirn article. 

Besides the workshop miH:lianics includeil m the returns from the seTeral tovn^ it 
whole number of whicn is contained in table marked C, there are many othen in ilMt 
eTei7 town, who do basineas in such a manner that it was deemed proper to take no mam 
of them Of this description, arc shoemakers, tailors, &c., &c., who work from faiwii 
Ikhiso. Indeed, almost every town is furnished with mechanics ncceanry for the pnd» 
tkm of all needful implemento of husbandry and articles of manufacture for home 
tkm. 

The capital invested in agricultural pursuits in New Hampshire, needs all the 
that can be rendered it by Congress, without jeopardizing, to a too preat extent, capiili 
wise employed. The neat body of the people are agriculturists, and it is behewilkt 
UTthey were allowed as high compensation for their labor as is paid to the operatiTei isMH 
ftctiiring establishments, and in the workshops of industry, not a cent would be left* pi^ 
fits on the capital employed. 

Should Congress, in its wisdom, deem it expedient to modify the present tariff of Mm 
on what is termed protected articles, the interests of New Hampsliire demand^ An ik 
present duties on iron and steel should be- greatly reduced. Such a reductioa woalABit 
only benefit the farmer, whose implements of husbandly would be afforded at a much bvcr 
price than the present, a^Kl all who purchase carriages of every description, mill work, kc, 
but also the manufiicturers, the cost of whose machinery would be materially reduced, vble 
the mechanic woidd realize as much for his labor as he now does, and at the nme tiae em- 
ploy a less amount of capital 

The returns of workshop manufactures from various towns, embrace several ilew oi 
noticed in this report Those of Exeter, Chester, Derry, New Market, Sanboniti% iJfr 
caster, and Portsmouth, to which you are referred, arc more full anrl satisfkctoiT, tidM 
the returns from the otlier towns in my district contained similar infonnation, I ainUhR 
been enabled to present it in a statistic^ form. 

I regret that the difficulty In procuring information in relation to the past 
manufacturers and mechanics, has prevented me from furnishing' tlie means to ai 
profits en their capital for the last three J^ears, ag'reeablv to your twenty-fif^h qiie^fc' 
by an error of the printer, was omitted m its proper place, and inserted at Um or 
blanks used by me; a change, however, wliich has not in the least prejudiced nfi , 
This error you will find corrected in the bhink used in t!ie Portsmouth retun^ t» 
reference has been had when there has been occasion to refer to the queries. 

The original returns from which this report is derived, C herewith transmit; tad n^i 
great respect. 

Your obedient sen'ant, 

DANI£I. P. DROWE 



[J9«c. Ih>. 306.J 



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Ampi Jbv WArMk 



DeKriplioti. 


(tiuuititj^. 


Value. 


ad --■■■- ■ 




•l),03(l 














^ tad «^ie 


- 


4, ore 


1, coppcnti, qiiickfilver, pim sbtlUc, &&, tc. 

viir, scrtwi, files, &c. .... 
id. kU, twine, block tin, piper, &e.,kc. - 
ign arttclM not particuWiied in Great F»I1« return - 


t.O'jOlbi. 


6,630 
IS.OUO 

7,747 

3.079 
3,0i3 
1,000 


d«»wntrf foreign r««rmiter«b - 


(171,450 



Jhmalk lUm Jbtoidt 



« 


4.3M,3Mlb. 


iuO,i30 
19,435 


I*" 






r :::::: ■ 


- 


2,250 
15,140 
13,2il 


i 


- 






3,193 






1.M3 






M 


. 


955 

1.S9* 

SOO 

6.347 


r,£ : : : : : : 


• 










'''Vr^ 


4,160 

435 


•tretra, wire, hmber, fcc. - 


331,164 


8.275 
174,717 


a, paints, fiiueed. tar, mngUn, loap, pot mil peari 
«d ctothi, stadoncry, wrapping paper, lumber, iiaiti, 




33,791 
19,000 

5.38r 


KT than cotton not particiUirij specifitil ui Oral 


- 


lanouirtoFdomeilicfawintfeBah . 


%B6.\«6 



[ Doc No. 308. ] 



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1 


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m 


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1 

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( 
1 


CmKhei, ch.ife^ 


■ $1,900 


8500 


»S,B0O 


Woollen cloth 1 930; l«:ei600i 


All is 


pp. and vtfoat 


water povr. 
1,(KHJ 






leather mo-, timber l,&l« 
platers' stock SJM; paiol 
rjQ W,71i 


Efi 


Paper in'Jl 


10,(JOU 


300 


2,0OU 


Rigs lOOOi cotton wietf 3ua 
4.0M 


<C.Ba 


Morocco liKlor)' - 


$00 


100 


3,000 


lOiDOOsheepikinB 1400{ bikf. 
aiulvilivd3S|ltabilMnI 
root 50, wood 50; CMC 6 
1,S31 


IM,t 


Tinnene. 


4,000 
water pow. 


300 


3.000 


(30 Udcs leOO; 500 ealTikin 

500; 7300 sheep ikini BSO; 
SO caiki lime 23; 50 eotdi 
bark3'<0;oi], &c. 50 3,63S 


Da . 




1.000 


400 


4,000 


Sole and upper leitlier, cttf 

ikins, cloth, pess. wood,fec 

20,10U 


N.H, 
SI 


Printing wid book 


4,000 


t,700 


10,000 


Paper 13,000; morocco 3500 


H.a^ 


binding 








■heepikins :^eO0 ; paMehoaR 
310U, ink70a;gi>ldlear70( 






















3i,6tt 




Unchincry 


4,000 
water pow. 


8,000 


10,000 


Wood, iron, and bnu> uA 
ing»ll,000j wood. coil3t3 
3AuObshcOftl, 73cTdiV4Ml 


IK. i 












Tin plating 


1.000 


400 


1,400 


100 tbi ihect iron 34; 800 Rit 
old pewter 113; Sjflbi lea. 


0.9 


Cabinet work 


SOO 


330 


6O0 


15; jwan lO IC! 
«>ple,Eirch, and pine 330 


s.'B 




300 


300 


1,100 


Wood 100( bnstlei 400, lea 

ther 10, rotin, pajnia, be. 20 

53( 


B.m 


Hattins 


800 


300 


l.SOO 


Wool rOO, fiir 1500, ax,«g 
150, Uninn 35U; le»(ber 
3l0i wood 30 3,960 


N.H 


Plating 


300 


100 


300 


Leadandwire « 


D.» 


Bbckimithing - 


3.000 


i.aoo 


3,S00 


15 cbaldPOi.**! 310(11,173 
i»h charcod 910 l.JK 


nh 


Fotleriea 


SOD 
Ihor^ij, 


100 


300 


Chy andeipenaeofdigsi (f. 
leil 173; iood 100 '*2ri 




Srickmikinit 


- 


M 


400 


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tt ah, MmriA tued, Manufaetura, Markm, Workmen, Wagtt. 






3-5 a 












I c * = 

= 1=1 






> S *.5 



130 chilies !(g](:9 30,800^ 
140 wagonB 42U0 l-o 

1135,000 3-3 



J in N. H. 

■ ' ■ Mass 



Printing, wrapping, and 
^e&thin^ p:ipi.-r 10,000 
13,300 niorocco k bind- 

ikini 6,I0U 



N. H. 
i In »>». 
Hoston, Ms. 



« at 

4 >t t.OO 



i at .37i 
1 3X .37* 



Soil leather liOO; cair 
HkinB74Ui upp>'rl«Hthcr 
lOOOi abeep ikins 1100 
4,3«r 
1 3,000 pair booU 36,700; 
3J00 pur shoea 39^; 
jeOU pair brogina JOUO 
J3,60O 



■trj from Enj;- 
Keel WW 



N. II , Be 
N.Y., PbiWj 
mid Unit. 



C ottoa mtchmcr^ 45,0Oo 



ta 3310; 1800 
Mil saoo U» 
»31S iSGO 



H oUKh'd funilcuni 9.500 



ie30 



Vicinitj. 
N. R., He, 



d^re (biS* 150i 



3,600 

>l lUOOcoanehatsJOO; 1500 

f'M 510 worth3-J50il500wDrth 

t»00( and 1300 pkkn 

leaf h»t» 300 7,050 

IOS«Ulel7 



WOtrolrdlM 
B, and S. iron; 



Vioini^. 
N.H.;edgc 



1 mt 1.00 
« >t .90 



2 at .60 
Iil9il . 



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Wool puller 

Grist millj 

Clothlnfr and card- 
ing mill» 
Stereotyping 

T^o«' cluncUcty- 

Bum for cmlico 

W&tcli making,&c 

Fiintiiif* 

Cotton facloi]' - 



.; 3,000 Uo. 
. 5,000 do. 



S 2,500 
1,60L 



iU.OOO buaticl* potaUici 
wood 10U U.1W 

■Iwilfbtcr lather 2WKu 
skini48>tipuiiti uiddil. 




CotlOD wutr SOC 

ml 100 
M^KXI pelts 8000; 



)ak, wb, tD^ile, ftxd paw-Tk 
timber, value of t,iX» 
iS,QW biuheli com, wbal,|Al 



500 LcmI uid type 8OO1 wood 

1,000 35,000 Ibi Ikllow .1500: 
buihcb ubea lOOUi 3$ 
lime 45; wood >nd wick 




KXPLANATIOM8, 1 

T^nrrtn. — It will be perceived that the value of eitublnhmenti ii large n |i 
btinncH. Tbis uisei from the circumitxncc of u te>nponu7 Mupcnwon «f bai 
moat extenaive establishment, which will probably continue fgr tix or tight bM 

Pap» moiin^. — This biuinen would probably be scriouily injured by ■ radi 

ties, u piper ol die fine dcscriptious mm abroad noui » " ' 

meitic article of aimilar quality. 

Book printing. — In thia place booki are aJiooit entirely piiated by at 
ettabliihmenti where tiaed. The wear and tear a much loa than w' 
probably amounts to about three per cent, 
and ij^nit water, half of one pw cent. Frei-hl of the ai 
•dTertwng, porterage, lie ten per cenL Snicf are made ftr caah, and tba av Wt 
geBerally ciniTntea 'uAo cwCa n ' 



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piinled c»n»»««, oHrn 
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lOfitO ItM wad aOMilN. U.. iMus. 
SOUOiklna 10) | 

pMW r»t lumber AMI,ViCiiii(x 



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A ndottkM 1^ dutiet on ine and teA v«ald cmUc the nmhiilWi 4M 
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Jffi wove in famili.'i. 


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wk brought in Cir the people of thettHrn, utd nude up Sl,S»» wucvtt tj 
d^itlt ilim.sliefl bv euaiomi'n. .'IXO irorth of work ewncd wit dC town ^ 
0, uhI ilarM&/l( liir people in (Ui pUot. 



i; Doe. No. 3M. ] 



ji 




3'3 
if 

S.EI1 


flilli 


6 1 
1'^ 


li 


sIFi 


^^its 


*1i 


l|"^eil«s 


i!li 


|il 


l-h^l 


I1ll1 


pi 


illLih^ 


dMVDuU* 


K«» 


- 




311f>mUiM.7iaa>eh, 
S1.386 to each faimlv 
worth of ck>Ui. 


- 


3 griiUniU* 


3,300 




- 


15,000 bwheli wheat, rf*, 
com, biricy. oati. ke- 


















EXl'LANATtoMi, 

PtOmUaf Hah It li »tiBuA:iia*t70,OU0in:inaniilVctarFd in the faooKiiBdaMa 
■nnuillT.bTfcnulea, frumtltcag^i of HS^MfttOKvcnty-fliei the hit! avenge twnlTiM 
each. Scmii: fi:inalea braid ftom one to *il hat* per day, according to the qoaCtf if kt 



Uoi:. 4.— No. 4.--CmSTBR.— AMedUb q/* JMboif/WvM, J 



Bbckmith* 
Tanneries 



«5'!0 I5I ,8(10 14,000 bu rh. coal «7(w'ncw H 



,000 bu. ch. era) 
Ridei, lime, br. 1,500 



at»ve<, boopi, &c. ^010 Kew 



EXPLANATIONS. T 
o cainW af atij- eoti*equenceinve«ed| work' itock AinuAed by their ou. 
ftiUvfbati. MoipalMMeor toalM^*Mgna. The amouataf iWckuKilt 
u ^St ll.aoo, put ff.rif »* tMpHiimHfc.ff «« India »l.nd« UK] pBi M 
udmn Statei. i^^OOO hBti,-«t SO ^SWtl9iMD( i«-%hicfl.v in Boston. New Vorl 



PUUddpluat mide {nincip^h br fcnaha vf'*]! i««. Tlii^rc i-. probihlv rnrunl li' 
^^ r k«,4*l XtBuJcfi, at M irtAge of 30 ci». per d.y, *Kc(iUii< 



There ii kept in Ihe tMm^ Cheater about 9,000 aheep, iTCnginK about 4,000 II» ^^ 
nlue, W reu, *^ait «i, JO0. 
tie «rtt T^ iMa* otlte aibta ll*tMn w fUuttf &r.^c «leCTm« « flTJ. J 



[ mil. No. 306. ] 



a-'M i 

ill 



mH 






JSe-js-s 






1 

it 



A*nage \ nTue of uld 
gTiioST cts perbiL 
tnn ' sn>flil.m» 



krhtyTTAl. FACTS. 
ie hat« arc worth tl 35. The Ic&f i* imported, piincipiilly' from the Ulind of 
i]M,ita duty of 15 per cenl. ulndorem. Whole >maunt muiu&ctured #14,000- 
S. H., .^nt S3, 1832. V- A. GREGG. 



mbumi, Mutfidmti. Mmid*. WMwN, Wkgu, 








m «i,7a 


AKc:^,SMdz. 13700 


:sis.^i2j 


10 a 73c. 








aiD.da.30di. 99( 








h>«. 16: 


Ad«^ A«^ 


and to the Muth 








knx K 












2,921 


J,40C 












Hu>ui«kM 


itthonie. renin 


«at73 








plou^fcc. l,30t 


Hunckiuetti 


immOn 






dCml- 


iole leather >Nd 


Ab. ISOOithom^ 


4UKt 










1.300 m Km. 


i UOnlhi 








Ab<mt 6,000 pa. 
■hoei, nalun^ 
at 30 c ». 1,20( 


- :". 


4«t73 


- 


3at2Sc. 




Ab. 12.000 bM-.7.00< 


ADinlfasi. 


30«t7S 








Wigoni, Sie. l.BOC 


All in N. Hunp. 


6 at 83 






IIM 


Hits 2,301 


Hui. >nd N. H. 


3M|t 




iat33 




Shoe but 100 


ChieflrinMuL. 


1 at 75c 







DirUWAL FACTS. 



A rcductioD of the dutiei a 



m^. 



iron would 
'ery mch. 
with die prcKirt tariff- 
gnat deal aCijtBk, iii.»ddition to tbe abore, ii fiinuahed by cnitomcrs. 



tfiiu. AvoyiiqMMMt bvncMto tluK eofiged. Supparted aatiicly by the 



Ik of dollunK to each indiTidual may be cMin 

baea abk to obtain no infbniiation, and am utterly unable to caqfecture what wonU 

■r Hid tMT of bedding aitd earpetinf ^ each bAily per year. 

RcipectfiiUy, DAVID CUBHIBR, It. 



[ Doc. No. 3M. ] 



DocmtsT 4 —So. 5.— NEWTOWN 



Branch at buiinMi. w hoii 
be,i:un. Namei ofpropn- 
eton 


Auount oTupitU empl^cd. 






BlKktmitl) 
Ckbinrtm^kcn 


taoo 

3,000 
300 


fl.W 

M,M 
JM 



EXPLANATIOHS, tBIA 

1. Averi|^ price of Ikbor inkgricuHiinl bumeMhi the Mnmer wmoBi (iheUMrl^ 
ing boanled,) mboiittrn dollara per mniith. 

1. Aveni^ price nrUiior in «giicultunl boiincM b; the fear, (tke kbonrW^kaii' 
ed,) ciehi dollar* per ^monih. 

o. Avenge expeiue pcryeirfor bedding in eacbruuly, about twahs 4ifltaK 



T 4.— No. 6 ^NEWCASTLE.— AMUb ^ 



Si 

ii 


lllf 


'mt 


I) 


il||!fl 


1^ 


mi 


:f=li 


1 

If! 


t Me , 3 S. a 


1 














Fiihcrr 


95,000 


tl.MU 


10,400 
rcnclt 




>MtM 




' 






>na 


Boots and ihocs 


1- 

100 j 20 


J300 


LeathM-. fSW 


»-■-•* 


^Woollen cloth. 


- 1 - 


iUO 






and nock nft< 













Hrth.aBdafeinehided»tb*PBiawo1hwhB>. ~'' H^TV" 



u 



Itafc No* Mfc ] AM 



|0(f.« 

oau 
m75 



■ fti — - l ij U^ «!*•■ 



afwcMtaf •piwnl exclMivettfkMto, AMi,uKlh*ta,loMchperM)D, iboutllf. 

icr tf baMGn In (he town oTNewtoiirii, ibmt ei^^-dght 

cr of ^ of ibaea ((Jt) lUBHAeluMA » tto tawB uuMlh, iboHt M,l>00. 
X, JilMtt UU. THOMAS CAUTEH. 



i, JIM* tun. ■m.t. i/M '. w. Jfanh<» VWbiM, IK««>. 



i 


m 

ill. 




lift 


i 

m 






n 


tsjl 


m 




|Dli 


1^1 


ir.- 


it 


:adfiib 10,567 qmnuli. 


Wen Indiei 


4«e»ch 






•JS^IIM 


»M^ 


•lU 








Codoil, 19ibU. 3,74> 
• Uukerel loO burcit, 

480 

BmU Lnd ihoei 600 


New H«mp»hire, 

NewYcM-k, »,740 
Ne* HwnpBlwre. 


3«Mh 












as cent! 







a doth* to the unount oTtsOO we •nmuU]' mHuifiwtbred la 30 fikmilies for home 
JOHN N. NUTTEIL 



[ Doe. No. 3fl(8. 3 

DocuxiiT 4.— No. 7.— NEWmoTOM.— WiJ^ < 



»r 



Hi* 



li?l 









ll 



>^ I Iff 8 



UK 

mi 



Lckthsr 
Wood 



EXPLANAT10H8, REHASK8, AND ADDITIONAL PACTS; 

WooUcn cloths to the unount of |l,J0Oire imnu&cturedinTO&fl^Bci.'' 



DocDstST 4.— No. 8.— GinEENLAND.-n8clMb& tf 



Jfmi^ii'f 



Bciot >nd ihocnuk- 


«S00 


»80 


»600 


Le*tii0 


fSOO 


..■mfti 




375 


370 


1,388 


Coal 


lis 


pj 


Cabmutnuken 


1,400 


7IS 


97i 


Wood^gk.., 


4H 


5| 


CmTding machine 




l.MO 
























*Clotli dfe-inj. 






1,000 


SST- 


14,0DO 

12iy 


sS 



EXPLANATIom, 

'Pmitrftli* wool carded and doth hlkd in GiMnlind ii maoubchued n 



■^1 



£Dto.,No.30ft.] 






Mil 






ill 



ill 



i1| 



lirr 



F«niiinputcnfili 
Shoes and boots 
Bricks 



JOHN N. NUTTER 



!«., JMenabwK^ MnM^briuNi, ifcidi, ffWAaui^ mB«*- 




9 
\uriei 



tniKAL PACTS. M ^ 

iDttitotbe HiKMDtor tS.«OO.m unpVr.fT'i^flB^ VJH|i«>i '"' 



m 



[Bnc. No.1 





»MD>M1I 


*.— No. 9. 


— PDRTBaMOUTH.— MMHk«/ . 


11 


ill! 

Ipll 


IP 


5 = 




jii 




pill 


^1l 
01 




BUckMillhs . 


14,350 


(1,733 


16 790 


Imn and coal, »l,300 


«««y ' - 


300 


100 


300 


Wood, ISOI 


Gbe - 


3U) 




300 


Wood and pates, !()( | 




OUU 


300 


rso 


Boardi, Linltet fc naiU, 700 


S»il- making 
Block-miking - 


1,20(1 
3,000 


iO 


6,OOo! - 

! ■ -■ 


490 


l,0(.iC 


.iwi..ri JIK. ^pi^^,, I.UUUI 


Buusfuundcpy - 


>- i.i» 


2,OU0 


5,500 


Iron, ioei 




■ 7,000- 


■3 ,000 


3,S0O 


Wood^lue,atv»mi.li, 1,000 1 


(;o»ch»nJC]ui?c 


•1,300 


180 


1,1 UO 


Timlicr and luraba-, l.lOCl 


Allium ifHcL'i-s ~' 


, 3.500 


550 


4,iM 


Wool and fu», 3.3O0 ! 


Gti1,iJc-<Jl.ePsmll& 


'■ I.M'l 


fi^W 


■ '-iO!* 




feffii"' 


&,<)0i) 


4JS 


3,aoo 


Charcaal, l» ! 


fi.l«8J 


545 


5;85-v 


Leather, 8.99 ; 


Paiittew . - 


3-.«i,) 


20i 


e,Jl)<i 


Paints and Oil, 6,771 


CiiichiBnd 4uii»e 


Sw 


150 


1,-200 


Leather, 1,70 


tr;ai'(t^ Biiild'ry 








1 


Conpcli - : 


■ 5.40i) 


1,000 


7-,0CXi 


Wood, 6,3Wfl 


SliiTch - 


Vn, 1,600 


I.OfN) 


I. lift 


'oUtoes. 3,8i0 


Com p 1193 inafci'r& 


450 


500 


25U 


Uraas, copper, and wuud, 1 


(fllder 








18j 


SCAp and Onn^e 


- .^SOO ' 


' ■ i',gsu 


8',40u 


Tallow. Mhes. and ra«n, ! 


. jiwAu&alui'y 








■ Ifi.?* - 


floot-Wndini; - 


1,400' 


2,100 


900 


Leather, wood,!* papY,45( 


Dislillerj- 


3,600 
Ariim:.] 
9.150 


15,000 


4r,4'jO 


Fuel, a.4." J 


Tuilormg 


s 


34,300 


Clolhs, IS.XW I 


Tanncra and cur- 


6,300 


13 ,424 


lides, bark, and line, ! 










8,77, 


Moroceo-dreMe™ 


3, MO 


1,300 


9,33a 


Shecpakini, 7,7i>u ^ 


Brick-making ■ 


no 


40- 


100 


fuel and cUy, 33(J > 


Bope-nttkinK - 


3.O0O 


1,000 


a4.5'« 


250 bbU.4ar, SW t 


St3p.buildta|- - 


*,ouo 


600 


e.ooo 


Timber, plank, oakum, ^ 
tar. 10,00« 


DriMiaii 


x.ooo 


800 


8 000 










s 





EXP£jU<ATiaN% 

■ The troa boiwamed in dup-bdl^iitr k included in the dcflcri^tion ^HhA 
A fiaadety of iron caiti^ ii in opoatlOD upon a imall nak, a«d * coifll 

to cany h on apon ancxt«M)f««e^'«%*mnvo«n. 
30,000 b^ida of mukeid u« uoiudibj \a^cn>iA.c>iit&, a&.«H|MMltM 

>& W^ anil fwpnwirt rf 'th fnir T-i*— ^ *••*- -■* '*' '*'-'a». 



i; Dw. N«, 3«a> ] 

uted, Jdaaufatlurta, Marketi, Workmen, ffi^fu. 



Mm 



trope, 1000 



j,Ouo 

1,5W 
1,000 



1,900 
rar, l.ftsO 
tUn, >,iO0 






m 
'ii - 

|TS| 
.S-si 



Itdp work, otm^ 
.work, farming uten- 

»onew' ware, 1,200 






tl. II. & He.« 30 It 90 eU. 



J 19,30U 

ihjpi' blocks, «p>n, 
uul pumps, 3,903 

Ship ii-ork, fire sets, 
he. &c., y,5L>J 

> Ciliinct furniture, 
J 12,00!. 

2,600 



;N.E^ 8,00(1 
' 3. A.,,^0(KI 
L B. & Ife. 



12,100 WJ.,I<^.,kSe. ■ 9 >t 1 dol. 



wire li itovRt^ 5,JO0 
■sItbooU, 18,100 



4^ib ^. UuDpdiiK 



lUm, 

Clotliiiig, 



9ju 

K. Himp, 
WJ.t S-A. 

-"INiH bUe. 
) 3. autes 



54,000 I 



4,6i3 LeilhcT, .. 31,^64 ^dd. B . ti H^ 

(auston. Db. 

^ N tlymp, affd 

Btwtoti, Mut. 

' I. Hampstiire 



Morocco & wool, 
Driclu, 



Do 

Do 






£s|t 






30 at 7S cts. 
S it 90 ets. 



r at 1 dol. 
3at Idol 

!0 at BO cts 
16 >l 1 dol. 
6 at Idol. 

2(tat|l; lOit 51 

3 at 67 cU. 

2 at 1 dol. 



l9 at I doL 
JiSais+cti. 

I2at90cli. 

2 at 1 d6l. 
ii at tU cti. 
40 at f 125 c. 

40at«I 25 c. 



MAoCdrigd'Mi h« aimn^ taken and cored, ai 



6p4 [ Doc Na Soe. ] 

rioc, 4 No. 10.— 8EABROOK.— fthtfaJt «/ 



4 

1 


iiif 


ill 

inn 


pi 


Bitti 




Boot and ahoc nuL. 
king 


««, 


S91 


(1.400 


leather • H,400 


,.^ 




soo 


75 


TOO 


Coal 50 


«** 


Tanners 


800 


375 


1,65(1 


Uidea and bark 300 


n-i..^ 


Pail and tub na- 


400 


300 


1,000 


Wood and painta GOO 


"■1 


Boatbuilden 


800 


]9f 


760 


Wood and naili 


d> 


Brick maken 


150 


20 


mi 


Wood SO 


da 



EXPLANATlOMSi ilHfUB 
eanied on by nMchiiieir. - WaoUen dothate teaMl' 



4.— No. 11.— HAMPTON.— *WUe</ 



BUckumthi 


»l'0 


■ m 


#750 


Coal 


««' 


v^ 


Tanner* 

Bori b dioem-k'n 
PaU fc tub manu- 
fcctoiT 
Brick making 


300 
600 

aoD 

150 


95 
IGU 
25. 


550 

1,500 
335 

200 


Hide, and b«k 

l-eatlner 

Wood 

W,Jrf 


490 

1.J00 

l» 

BO 


'A 
f- ' 


RAery 


300 


140 


3A) 


aaltUkkdi. 


60 


S«.e««' 

rite 


Alt-work* 


SOO 


3,0ftl 


- 




• 


mhrtiX" 



FmI uid tub mtnuftctory carried on by uaial hand 



EXFLANATUnn, 1 
wor^ tad nvt ^It'IiM 



r Dec. No. 308. ] 



sol 



If 


H! 

fill 
Ifii 


pi 
'lilt. 


t 
f 

fill 


-'Hi 


pi 

m 


-. 


loots U shoes «3,800 




10 it Tic, 






Ml 650 


Firnung utcnuls 1.350 


N. HMtipshire 


tstrsc. 

S tnoiiths 






1,3M 


Leathw a,6J0 


do 


B at rse. 
Smonthi 






400 


P»ili ind tubs 3,500 


New York 


3 St 83c. 




' 


- 


Bwls 1,480 


Husschuictti 
ANewHunp' 

shire 


10»t75c, 
S tenths 








Bricks «W 




3mt7Jc. 







amONAL FACTS. 

e HiitHUr nwaiiftctjired in 65 fcnuli*^ fbrbome cotMamptkHi. • 

IK, JKvci, 1B33. JOHN N. NDTTER. 



Mhliiiiiri vtid, Mamfachirtt, Hmhti, Worhmm, Waga. 



Pirming uten«ls |1 ,400 

L«sther 1,033 

Shoes uid boota 3,000 
Puliandtidw 



Cod fiih 700 qtb 1,700 
Bike BOO quintals T — 
lassbblB. 



^WestlDdk* 



4it7Je. 
10 U 79c 
3st8Sc. 

3attlO0 

3 IBOBthl 

IDitl 00 



DLTIONAL FACTS. 



[Doe.NAS0a ] 

DoiDKMT 4.— No. l2.-~IUSPT<m PAJXS— fl*llli>«^ fll 









111} 

nil, 

pit! 



3ii 



Illtlti 



BoM k ilioenuking 
BUckimitha 
Brick nuking' 



llideiuidbvk (700 
LealhcT 1,350 

Iron »nd ca*l 

Wood 



EXPLANATIONS, BKM 
JVoollen cloths, to the amount of fS,400, are &iin<u11j nuinttactiiM^ aMJIffi 





■ocmiKT ♦.—No. IJ.- 




./«*«.> 


BootltAoemikinff 


(1.250* 


(tso 


ai.a(» 


Leather »1,300 


Ne«a^ 


BUckunitbs 


«r5 


^s 


rw 


(ron u>d eo»! 92s 


da 


Tinnenkcurrien 


900 


195 


940 Hidn, bu-k, h fine Tfi 


da 



Woollen chthi, to the u 



[.J>oc. No. 3Q& ] eOT 

It .Mi .m^mJkHmt, Mia-lnu, Workuwi, II:. — 






,w« (too 

UMtber.' ^1 il.^l 
Boots ami lh(^ i,51K' 
Fanning uteniUl l.i(Kl 




I 



t, £/.-. MtUmali uetd, Manutfadura. Mar/cett, Wo^nneit, ^aga. 



r 



shoes >nd boon fSJOO K. IbnptluTn 



IHTIONAI. FACTS. 

riiln«l iinj fifly f«iiiilii:!i. fli» hnmo TOiiaoilp'-" ' 



13air.fc 



■^1 



k 



mnv h NWrWtJ 



[ Dgc. No. 3Qp. ] 



Uwrxoi 4,-S" U -Miin liAMPTt" 



IW' 



n,:.k 


"K 


Hi; 


.,,, 


^,„„, 


1> 




iW 


35 


210 






IJO 


100 


200 



inJ lixik sy4<^>''^< 



S;ill. lObhd. *OSf)™"''> 



F.xI'^,\^■A^^o 

Wwdieri cioUiB. to (lu: Mt<0.1i.l of II.SilO. .r 



no^irMiirr*-Ni,, 13,-STItATIIAM-— SArfiiiro/ Jfcf 



I 



*v 


Jliu 




■ii.'lWil 


«II»I)S 


-WU 






WMUJfcc'I 


WQ 


Wfl 


.^, 



M.roo xm Utf^ 






C Doc. No. 348. ] 



M» 



i 

1 

•8 






jfll 


lilt 


l-SS.! 


1 




iiilil 


1^1 
11 


m 
fill 


fsll 




Utihcr 11,235 


(l,23i 


S U 7Sc. 






' - 


Shoes and boots 1,500 


do 1,500 


5 >t rjc. 






- 


Bricks 500 


do 500 


2 «t r5c„ 


2 month! 




i ^ 


F«rminj utensils 650 


do 650 


2.,?5c. 






i 


Codfish, 400 SI, 000 


W, Indies 


Sal 11 








like, 600 1,300 


2,48( 










)il, 30 bbU. S80 












a,480 










iONAL 


FACTS. 


Istny-flTC 


familic*. for home cOusiL 


mpUog. 









JOHN N. NUTTEm. 



1013 it 75c 

10 
l,300lN.Him. 1,300 1 ■! ISO. 

I,Aia K.HHII. 1,300 1 at rxc. 

1,990 HBwB^tud 1 It rsc 



ff ^-hTrJiii-i-f-— ■■■-'-■■■ - ■■..:-«- - 

nOVAL PACTS. 

id Mtd diirtjr ftniGet, for home connunptign. 

JMmL tos. 



JOHN N. NOTTBB. 



[ Doe. No. 308. ] 





Docii«ii 


4— No 1« 


—NOTTINGHAM.— ScAaUeo/ Jfai^li^ 


li 




liiii 


* ! 

•1 

y 
III 


It. 


it 

ill 


Bhclti^n.thiiiff - 
Clotb dreuiiig - 

Cirdlntr michine 


S4S0 
S50 


»3S0 

100 

1,?D0 


fl,MM) 
1,800 


Cml 1150 
W(Kil 2,50( 
Alucn i: 


VenuW 



EXPLANATIONS, KUUIUf 

Prum careful inquir]', and the best inrormstion I can obtain, the nboTe contniainnal 
itUtement uf workHinp and houtehold inaiiiifaclure!) in t!ic toim of Nottingfaam. 

Tiicrearenotuui<.-rieiint]ielo»nor Nottingham. .U I the leather made uie itf akMn 
iiobtiuiied rhun the cieighborinK towns, and nuniiractiired into boota and rind kfdW* 
tanN: svctafTi.' number employed, si^i rate of wa^>, 66 ccnti. Flai i« niMdmi^ 
facti.rtd in i;ic town, yo«rIy, lo th^ value of t'iSi), for home consumption. Cottaii'l* 
-ntanulactured for home conuunption, to the amount of $300. At least "■"-hry rf b d^ 



LiknaT Rtria, .^>ril^M,1^ 

TnitTiv Daown; Eiiclnned are aniwers, relating' to our establishment, ta te9B«*f 
the Sec etaty of the Treasurj', cotnmunicated in your circular of the SSth FiilM) ^ 
Thev were [ireparcd in siiiwer to a circijiu- from Hcntj Stark, Esq., rc cM TtJ i*»^ 
stnei', a:id be hai a duplicate of them. The unswera are u full as my meao* of idhvte 
enable me to make. I have not arranged ibem in the blatik received, but jot eta MMp 
the facta in any manner you think advitable. 

Youn retpectfijUy, STEPHEH A. CHASE, 

1. The manufactory belong'ing to the Newmarket HanufaatunngCompuijiiriMii' 
Newmarket, county of Rockingham, and State of Netr Hampshire. 

3. It is for the manulaciiire of cotton cloths, and is operated by water pD*cr. 

3 & 4. The eitablishment was begun in l»i3, and finished in 1831 . 1^ Luffflt* 
corporated by act - f the Legislature, with a capital of nx hundred thoiuaiid ielma, rf* 
baa bef n expended in the cost of the water power, buildings and nuebineiy. 

5. Sec answers to the other qnestjons, 

6. The (UTidends have aTerag«d fire per cent, per annuity after paying nriMHtdK' 
porUoi] of the capital which is bottowed, (say one-fifth of the whole^} arm potctA* 
what has been paid in by the itockhohlen. 

7. Caused by -the demand and supply of timilsr |;oads at market. 

8. Not kiioicn. 

S. During ihi' year IU>1. tliere were miniiractiired at this eMablidimat XSStflO^ 
^biitiug*, sheetings, uid p.intingclnths. Hating mjre aachineiy iniipcwlkntfc*^*^ 
year, tbe qumlil]' wiUeseeed three millioii* of yards. 



r Doc. No. 368. ] 

ft Mtei, Mmufitdurtt, MarktU, Worhmm, Wa^. 



Ill 

IB 


111 




m 

fill 


I'll 


fib 


«lri«l 11,350 
rood 100 

ibia] 30 


FiinninK uten>ll» KI.JOO 

Fulled clotli 4,000 
Prrued cloth 1,000 
White wool, cloth 1.500 
Carp'ing&flanT 1.000 

7,600 


N. Uunpihlre 

do 
do 
do 


7 « 92c. 

1M(1 

IM75C. 




65. 1 28c. 



ABIUnONAL FACTS. 

iif ntew^nf wool muni&ctured in town, i* done in the nafbborinf towm. All the 
ia^Hrfwtured into cloth, j-am, &c., by femalet in the town. Number of inhmbiunts 



UI^OOO pound* oT cotton. 

. 3)000 Mhm (pernt oiL 

■ISO btttds rfour, T 

.,^^iOWp<)iukU|>at^oe KHch, v fortiiinff. 
an poundi lainglMi, j 

tuiah, Hich u leather, wood for ahuttlei and bobbina, charco*! for bkl 
W We pickera, &c., to the amount of 04,500, anniully,. 



nd; nx hundred and thirteen femalei, who«e avetsffe wa^ea are, two dollar* 
IT wid • hiir centa per week. Including board No culdren under t«el*e yem 



c m Gttle emplojrmeat for the deacriptitm (rf labor Wknted in fi«totie«. 



the United Stitci. 

lid for fxportaCioD .. 

me^iPtdeona cie<£t of nx and dgbt moattu. 



[Doc. No. 908. ] 



31. The coat hu been decreun^ from the a 



St. R it beSered that uiy reduction of the prcKBt iMf would opoile ttlfc i^ 
thmi— 'rr '--* — •'y—'t — ji- -'1 ' rnrfrllr iiij !■■ nf [nnihh*i1 

M. Mot able to tntwer Ait qoettion. 
' SJ. SeetnnrertoNa. 6. 
M The profit! of coital do not enter into the eort of Qa dotk. The nittM 

»*T«r«re, Ibr our lerend fabtict, of about tliree-fifth* nw mttas^ aaA taiilHi 
bbor. 

ST. Netrif ill tlw irticlet uied in mwm&cturiiig, ud for tbeM^patof UMbca 
«ltfa the etttbfialuiieBt, are of dnmrttic origin, 
- 38, Doutknow. 



DocmcHT 4.— No. 19— BOCKINGIUM CO — AhAh ^, 



li 

ill 


ffl! 
liiii 


1«1 


i- 

pi 




c 

ft 

111 








1,1133,000 Iba. of coi 




Hui>:Kctureofcot. 


(GbH.WO 


Gai,ik,S.C^ 


ton goods, com 


Water power 




ton, at 11 cenla pe- 


iiWii'.l' 


mcnc.J le 4. TKii 






pound 1112,5.,' 


1,11— • 








3,0Ut jralh. gpenn o;l 


,_d.W 


commenced In 1 SSI 






,t90eLa.pergJ.?.7y 




and completed in 






-J3u bbb. fiour at 06 


Vi*ii»i»- 


1831. The estsb 






1.380 


r* 


Ushment Is called 






ir.fWO lb., starch at 1 


»..Qll»l 


"The New Market 






ccntii per lb aso 




ManufccfinrCom 






363 lbs. isingiass at «I 




pan7,"and«ajmnt 






per pound 363 




•tock concern, did 






35ionacoalata6 7Spf 


*wll.«J 


is situated in the 






ton «36 ZS 


u»lFaa« 


county of Rocking 






Leather, wood forsliut. 


S,.B.Wl 


ham. State of New 






Uei and bobbins, char 


nwnJr 








coal, nw hide>, pick, 
en. Ice. 4,iU0 
SIO cords wood »l %i 
per cord l.SJu 


Ii,.ll.,«« 



[ Dm. Ntf. 308. ] 



nbcMMttlaaiatcu 

ipitkl beinK inve*ted in 

c chiefly nnk *Dd Iiwt. 

(UincM c<H^ not be pnnued in Oil ereot 

no knowledfc on tliii oibject 

iiw«n to Nov 4 & 6. 

inrer to So. 6. 

M r>iT wMi ereiy dduiption of dodi. 

cfieved there vould be " 

V 40. Am not inlbnned 



loildingi, iiMchinery, hcvouldbeof Stdeor noTkloa^ 



. _1 tbTea.aiuiter centag Lounans Hid Huriauppi, twelre oettM, About one- 
Mttsn uMd It froDi South Cwolinft And Georgia, the rther.httf from the idk» 
: avengt coat of the Tenneoee cotton ii ten and a quarter centa. 



't., MabriaU u*td, MoMtfatt 



*,Markdt. VonbaM, fPi^tt. 





m 




llfl 

s a J i 


HI 
Hit 






'"n. 


. ? = *6 


tail 


Ztll 


:^'t 




Jfil 


3.3 :i 

llliii 


fill 


p4 
fir? 




2^54,961 yikAirtings, 


Little or none in N. 


£S»ttl 04 




SUat45 




iheebngs, uid printing 








cti.rma. 




clMbi, at 10 ceDU pec 


inBoslon, N. York. 










jMd WSJ,«6 IC 


Phdidelphia. and 


Arao't of 


cub paid 


mnuaUy 








for labor 


S 106,J« 








eiported to Souit 












America and the 


311 days 


are allow 


edfora 






Eut India 


year's f]! 


bor. 





DtmLBT S. PALMBIL 



•M 



[ Doc. No. 308. 3 

D«imirr4.~No -JD.— NEW *ABKE.T.—SditAiU ^ H 




vork b the *hoe biuinen, implementi of huibandrfi &e- Tbe ^oe buuneu, k ti 
dole alxne, » ikle vork ilmoil entirely. There ue « number of millinen in KbV fl 
tVfaa wnyonik i roftuble biuine«, owmi^in part to the patroiuge given themkygii^ 
^._._i ._.,._ .___ , . ,.,. -_..._ ™ ___.._.^„ ^^^j 

>t which aintHints to t4U.36ili and the number of funilie> U . . . __ 
abmily upon mn BVcnge, |18 for the wear and tear of, beddiiu;, carpeting, t^b I 

. Mulun^ tJ,.>40. Bo that the ch>thifor wearing apparel, bedooif, carpeting )m • (■ 

iatovn, unully, coKtikeM3,Q12iiAMbAK[m, VA.3Q0- Themakingrof IM cMmkiH 



[ Doc. No. 30S. ] 

^> Mitaiak um^ Manufiiaiirtt, itfarfa'i, fFerlaun, Waga. 



•1( 





11f 


mn 


IR m 


PI 




m 


Pi!i 


!!- til 


fM. 




Ui 


1 

■8 

1 






ii 
fill 


fill 


|i*r 


dngSITU 


10,517 p»ir of bootBind 


All in N. H. 


23 men u 




5 at iJc. 


iTMaioT 


.hoe~ of various kinds. 




71ie 






13U 


•venjfc value #1 39 
per p^r ilU,61B G3 










Lh 333 


ISO sides leather 1,435 


Do 


Ij M 67 






linoSBO 


Various kinils of iron 


Do 


4at |1 






TDD 90 


work 1,700 




9 months. 






F.c(Ml ai 












fo m»- 


1,010 chuTB t,2ja 


Do 


Sat B5c 


1 at 30c. 




fbreign 


Cabinet furniture 1,400 










igimre 












- 


BVTcU and tubs 300 


PortiQi>th,N.H 


1 St 66 
halfayear 






« BO 


2,600 hits oftarioui 


2^ in N. H. 


B at CI 


1 atiO 


!ata7i 


b 364 


kinds M »3 80 r,!80 


3-5inMu>. & 








W 14S 




Hslne. 








1 , 35 


335,000 bobbins >t 


H. H.', Haa & 


10 at 1 


S at 50 


1 at 30 


Ml 15 


2 c«nls 4,50, 

7,000 pill boiesM 5 3S0 
1-2,000 wheel U«d9 
»t 90 2,400 


Maine 
Haw.N.J.iLpL 

of the U. S. 










31,343 beers of reeds 


InN.H&tapthlre 


list 1 








rt 3J cts. 747 










" 


Hu-nesaei, trunks, 
&c. 9S0 


AJ] in N. a 


i at 71c 




Eat 40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



imOHAL FACTS. 

tte MtiinBte ofcipeiues. About one-third of all these clothi are n 

I the reoudnin^ twn-thirds are imported, or made in the large ettabluhroents of 

T. It cotts the inhabitants of this town more to clothe tbemMlres than the i»> 

f Other towns b the ncigbborbood, on account of their hein^ under the necesntj- 

Mat of their clothingi they make no little in bmihea. 

It bfth of the mechanics were so iUy prepared to give answers to questiom put 

•t I nond it not only te£ou», but aiJficuU, to gain such informstion aa waa de- 

^ aechanac shops are very nwnwws iA town, and but a httle business dooft 



F,4ptf 36,1*33. 



BtWUBT P. PAUkKK 



[ Boc. No. 3M. j 

■Mmnn 4^No. 31.— BOCKQtGaAlL— MiMt^ Jl 




eler Cotton Mmv 
uE>ctan:"oni 
mill, of brick 



'tII6,9e0 09 

including 

t33,<l''.I SO; 



45(J;(KlO rbs. cotton, at 
llcts. perib «t9,3O0 I 
10,000 Ibi. tHatA, t 
5 cu. per ib. 500 I 

SO bbb. flour, at »6 

300 I 
too cord* wood, iH 
S3 900 I 

iO tons Lickawuti 
cokl, at |6 75 318 ■ 
3,000 Ibi. of leather. 

per lb. 4M ( 
1,81.0 gsJli. (perm oil, 
"- - per K»ll. 

i.oao ( 

1,$00 lbs. uUov, 
»t 8) ct^ 1S7 : 

100 lbs. ii 



ICAk, 



EXPLANATIONS, a 



Tbe ibore oontaiiH lO the infbnnatiaii wbich I eoold obtain idative ti 



thebi 



in the Escter Cottoti Kuiubctofri lanng that the eoncetniia^jauit etotk coneeiKlW^ 
cdpital invNted inerautid, buildii^i, inter power, and' nKhniay, at the orieiiulo*-* 
faiO^MNh that it takea a*>a year to reabia a turn in their liiwiiaw. L • from the punl>* 
<f Ok raw materia)* till the maimfigtured article k paid fbr, coMaqiimiJv, ibe intcxi* 
capital employed lor that period ia nx per cenLi that the o p e i a ti y ea tre rtaplc^ft^ 
boarikdaj', aiidthat throughout theyeart that nogoodi arc aoldataic nai)a6aHn' 
■n aent to conapitea or agent* at BoMon, New Torkf Ice.; Aat ftrdpi ariicln diH 
into conpetitNa witti the domaatic articlea, but not to much eztoiti t^ expene r^ ~^^ 
%*niBg baa deeraaacd fcr tlw bat u jear^ owing to increaaed iianiiint)! in w^il. 7 ~ 
fcurinm a deenaae b ttw price of macliiiieir, and a* mgiatW ^ i^df n^ ^ffllPJi 



[ Doc. No. 3(l& ] 



k 
'I 


11! 


mil 

m. 

lloji 


llll 

m 


^11 

llll 


its 

m 

fl r.r 


vincklone 


l,3iO,000 yds cotton 


Borton. N. T.. 


10 at 


3 at 42 c 


213 U 


daoTiriMl 




Phila., Ball 


St 13 




44 c. 




cla.pervard 


A portion ol 










SI35,0O0 


the (roods are 






7J0 


No. 18 ityKinpi 


exported to 


lives, an 


nu»lly,r4 3.3U 7* 






and the E. 


311 days 


arBestimatnl na 






Indio 


yeor'iU 


bor. 





UnONAL FACTS. 

piqrcd. Something' len than one-tfainl of the coat of th« taMtntuMtm MDMt 
— 1< liali. and two^fUi* in labor; the remaining four-lifteentlu are the intcrat 
Miploj'ed, the profits, after deducting' two percent for bad debts, &c.; that lahi. 
■b, &«. arc moilente, when compared with other nmitar establishments, and the 



a be good. The principal a^nt could not rive any answer to tnany ot' 
M aaked him. After visiting' two of the large nsimiiactujing' eitahlislimenli iiv 
Uldniore than three hundred of the small work-shops of industry, I am {Hcpared 
■pinion in relation to the various branches of business carried on in the easteriy 
State, which 1 respectfully submit, on a paper accumpanying this. 

DD.tLKY S. PAUifiS.- 
AfrilU, 1B33. 



ra» 



[ Bto. No. SON ] 



Dscvmnr 4^-iro. SS.— HAXnTEAl).- 



■£ £,■3 

lit 



fr|l|| 

l5|l| 

Hill 



■E 3 



3iE 



I""* 



'■2 ^ ^fc = 









Hatten 
3hoem»kcn 

Value of >h( 
mi'de for m< 

chuiU at Haver- 
hill, Mam , b; 
cMinution »3S0 

BUcknnitlu 



No. of ptim leal 
haU Su,716 
Cabinctnwkeri 



Wool and fiir 

Wood and coal 

Lealliar 1>500 

Leather |10,8Ifi, tan- 
ned in the V. Statu, 

J foreign bides 



I-iLklta 

I. a Miiii* 

N.Bi 



EXPLANATIONS, INtUU 



Tlie above number of palm leaf hati were made in ktctiI towni fixr tbt Mrf 
HampitctuI, but I could not ascertain bow many in each town. Number ofll 
913,c«inatadco«of clothingrM flS each, 91«,43«; oac half of Ibr^^ HMfl 



[Doc. Na.30&] 

I, Harkttt, irorJbMn, mga. 



n» 



Pi 
% 


111 


4|||6 


m 


|l| |li 




01 


11 

nil 


fill lib 




tiOO 


Leather $2,500 


- 


3 at 75c 






llndfur 


1,3W 


6,000 


*5,000 M BMton 


9 at 70 


_ 


1 at 33 c. 


- - 




Shoe. - X,T43 
Boots 850 


- 


lalTS 






" 




Shoe. ]S,8M 


* 


S3 at 67 






UdXMl 


1,729 


Ed^ tooU 5,700 
Famuitf; tools, 
\c 630 


Citinuted at \ in 
N.Huninhire 


11 at 83 






■ndpwif 


1*1, 


l,33o!|l,;;20iftN.Hunp. 


3 at »!* 










BuTcU 3,96C 


!,960 M*» 


10 at 87c 


9 months 




ISlwra,! 




Valae of hits, 


Sold In Borton. 






134 at 30 


enu 3,338.64 


.l24cti 19,131.84 


PhiU. & N. Tork 








««?' 


I" 


BedMeuk,&c 200 


A.II la New Hamp. 


3at»U 


roc3n.o«. 





I.ADIHT10NAL FACTS. 

Mi ofpetms for ISO ftmiliea, at Stl eadi, fll)9S0t • *i 

■ i|iifi iim 



IVae. Mo: sot; ] 



BacVHlMY 4 — No. flX 



■Hi 

it'4 

m 

Jill 

m 



5E 



liii 

m 

ilk 






Capital 
tl4S 



10 r'l- ot 
13 p- 



The lecond Tulue uf uhoes ii tkc catuDAlcit value of allocs muufwtiired fW ncidiA 

JB HtTcrbiU, IIbm. : of nock owned in BMertnUi number cf ibor «b<9« ii Hirti 1| 

Nooper ^opi 16, bluknitb *ha|w4i ■ . ■ 

](uiBberori«h»b'>Canti5:U— eitiiiwtedcaato«f<Mu»ff|U|UMck . RM 

B(brl(KI&nulI»,at|10'«Mlh • > • . . ., .,.,■ W* 

umftctuae. i 



Clothing, } Amer.oui niuiuG 



DmimmV 4,— No. M. 






Turner. 


1 


U.OTa 


HMooi 


U 


ochrtoi 


,■ 


#8 .TOO 




-^^ 


■hoeguke 


« 


i.VTS 


ir,«o| 


43 


ea 


- 


» 


•as- 




BlKta^ 




84C 


33.19^ 


4 


83 




uo 






Cooper* 




rro 


1,610 


J 


«■ 


- 


4U 







"ne number of doe ihopi in KingMun ii 9ft bbckmitll^ Aopt 3| cooper riimi ^ 
MOlber of inlubitMU 9S9) eilimateiL Tor eub pemo per jnr, at tU eaoh, fL^WiM'' 
afb«diUil( uid cupeling for lUhnUie^ at |10 eBcimi,BOO| ntM^ oae^M rf'dM 
fadgn naterub. 

ThcMcond Talue of iboe* maauGutiiMd ia ttta MtinatidnliuefAea ■naftilBi'*'' 
■■kImiuU in HaTerttiU, MaaniclHuetti. 

AAaai4ini0f- 

JKixMMl, J^ < 1831 



t DM. m: 8M.' 3 



DMmtaa* 4— #«. St 



tun 





jMN||«M.«i« 


/' 




6 


i 


t 


If 


1 


n 


|ti 


Ilii 


■ 


h 


1 
•s 

1 


■si 

1 


5 

1 


ii 


pi 
it 




*f 


»2S6 


«350 00 


,. 


7Sc 




j hidea tomga, bat tumed'M 
tfe UnS^ St*te>. 




2,378 


J. 433 80 










8» 

rsc 

«0 


1.130 
935 


Inule 
Ifemth 
1 


! 67 
33 
87 




An 








180 


9* 


I 


rs 




AU 






s. 


4,000 


Cloth 


ImlVloff 


67 


Out of re- 


AU 








A«ued 


tfemde 


33 


pur. «-t 












500yi.t 






no profit 












20e. 100 


















WookM- 


















d«d. 500 


















b. at5c 


















75 














>il 


675 


50O 


2 


67 




i 






kn 


Number, 
1.500 


«0 


3 


33 


Kpr. ct 


SoldU 


Bottan 


.. , 



Tcrhlll, MiiMi turn tin, a 




juubit «iftitn. 



t» 



[ Doc Ha. 3081 } 












hid 



HI 



»593 
S67 

3,D60 



Coopen 
chine uid fU- 



Tile iceMiI unount of uphil etnplOTcd hj AoftMuti, unl the ■evond mBM if «I^ 
du muiiLf^ctuixd, iiKock taken at the dioe bf rehuiu m HiTcrhitl, vikMclwetb, Ml 
returned after it h nuniifkCtured, EatinutEd coat of clothing for each perMt, |V)- ^^ 
thirds of which is of American mtnufaclure Estimated co^t of bedding' for t»A bdf. 
•ompuling five pcrtou to eachAu%, f 10( a^ c^J^me^Wimuitt^cturF. Nurttr otv 
ti^ptf tliree» 



t B«e. Hb:3et(']i 



M» 



DocnVMT 4.— No. 27. 



1 


} 


^ 


5 

i 


1- 
I 

'4 


1 
1 


'A 


ffi 
III 


mi 


J 




|1 


li 


i 


■5 

1 


fit 


ji 




niths 


ll.SOO 


•l.JOO 


10 


•1 30 




l-lDth 




6 month. 


■kin; 


8 ',000 


3,200 


u 


1 OO 




3-« 




6 month* 


sd'hoU 


ISO 


1.000 


aoo 


25 




ISO-IOOC 




1 month 


tl»rti- 


600 


2.000 


300 


2* 




All 






ekrthi 


300 


l.iOO 


1?J 


30 


- 


All 







town of Irfmdonderry ii ■liTio«t eicliiwvely t^ricultunl, the mechanici laboring on^ 
T*b *X fltdr rapectiTe XnAet, but makings bltibuidrT their primuy bmincM. 
nwnnbcture of palm leaf ha^i, woollen dotha, and linen gnoda, ia attended to by 
I and cluldrcn, the wJTei and daughtera of fannen, in connesion with the other 

NnMitnf the amount of capital employed, I hare put down the whole amount of ftock 
If uaedi and in estimating the number of peraona employed, I bare put down the re- 
C aniiiber of thoae who make either of the above brancba of indoatry an ocoaaoMl 
m, but TOT few, howeTcr, dcTote any convderable portion of their time to mediMii- 
- ' ' ' E pinpoaea. WILLIAM ANDEBSON, Jr. 

'. H.,.4rt/34, 1839. 









DOCOM 


iFT 4 —No. 38. 










Ikp 


w.ssr 


«r,065 


la 


67 




An 


Not any. 




£» 


I.US 


3.3M 


"* 


88 


i 


7-8 








1,196 


1,S50 


s 


n 




M 






1,868 


9,450 


31 


1 08 


w 






800 


600 


1 


7S 










hoU 


















iSewooI 


\ 


970 

2,453 

310 


-) Aa IbeK irticlei an 
iemph>yed,ortofiion 


maiNiBtd 

lia«xrta)r 
any rate 


ItredintheMrmlfin. 
the iwToher ofprnoM 



8800 art down to fti)Un{r milli aa the raluc i>f tMnufiuHurod articlea, ii oi^y the 
t of chai^ea nude ^t the two milla for the laharniMk byjiiaa, and M«y ami make ne 
Bob nfthe Tahie of the articles. ' 

aiHouDt placed under the 3d article! is cmwdered to be the value oftlie shopa,to(d^ 
ivil^ea, and itock uied, except in the cue of fulling milk. 

nthe bert estimation I can moke, the eipeoae for wearing apparel to each individual 
n nil be, on in avenge, about 516; and the expense for bedding, Ull\ft \uieti,izi& 
inK fcc , about |ia to each &imily. 
ninanmwihilfrf alf ffirrfrirtBUfj baddiiwi ud cHpetiw. fcc., are mwrnlto^vwAi^ 




nFor cod, wm, vJ 



operation, vorUi iboit |1^ 



* BiHag ooe-tUid (Wt of me leather oacd in Ae nuinu^ture of Aon, W B 
-.j«ipi hOei. Likewiw riunrotK-httf or clodi fbr lininpi, 
BuNn ahretinga or Mutian neeiing*, which, under the pn'ie 



mtMlfMll* 



le-httf or clod) fbr lininpi, i* tbcngn, whi|i 
inf*, which, under the pn'ient nte oTdutieti'B*' 
mrttcle than it madt here of the aune goodnen. 

Shoet and hats arc aent into all die ttoutherB and Waatem Statsi, 
to (ii nionthi credit. 

Thetkini for the manufaetvre of ifaoet, are not quite on»4hini pari. The lihn.tti* 
■ver*^ ii noe-third, and biuineas ia aoaietiiDei dmie in that way. / 
*faor« uid bats uiuaOy tuma hia Itocli three tine* a year. 

Aa to (he profit or per cent, it dependa, in a great degree, on 
Experienced m.inufiietuliera conalder fi»e j-er eent. an average profit oiu 

There aii: shoeinakert, eoopen, clothiera, and botue-cupentera in 
the t|se of ihe mhabitanti. 

The vages of fi^rming handi will average about one hundred and tWcQljdolbllMtJt* 

The town c(>ntiijni about thirteen hundred inhabitant*, and about one honom *■ 
•igAly ftmSiea. The aTenife eipuue tot clotbiag ,i* about -^nc handred dcllan to <«» 
flnity, allowing aeven to • bmily. 

The wear at ^ "-" " ' 

•ash (uuly. 

Schedule of OMnufkotared aMiclea, Ice., taken in 
■ybaiB, Mtd 81Mc of New Hainpablre, Apiil, 1S33. 



n HifioieKil 



f houaehoU fiirature, bedi and beddiiijg, about thtr^ dollua per f"" 



1 



[ Sod. No. SOS', j 



Dacnure 4. — No. 30. 



Ms 



iteufSKfwM in Bfftng, BaeUivtaN cmhi^. 



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fit; 




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11 ,S50 


31 


9Sc. 


6p,r. 


i 






wkint, 
up. 


13 SO 


35 JO 


9* 


83 c. 


Jp,r.. 


1 






r-' 


1,300 


3,675 


3 


95 c. 


• pwc. 


4.M1. 






'■r 


350 


-WO 


2 


67 c. 


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m, me 


200 


325 


. 


75 c. 


«p.JC. 


1 




•' 


m, two 

P" 


l.OOf^ 


1,450 


3 


f 1 00 


3p«. 








afeC 1 


190 


47J 


1 


75 c. 




All 






SSf 


100 


400 


3 


80 e. 


«p.rc. 


AU 




' 



ezpenies R 



m, win be, on Ml avenge, about #18) 
mg, fcc, about <1S to each btnilf. 

» Ikaa ooe half of all the clotUngt bed(Uiif , and ceipetinc, an 



itn. .^rtf 37, 1833. 



NATHANIBL BAOBLDU. 



DocraBTT 4.— No. S^ 





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■33 

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lilt 

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. 


11 


St 




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C«»oi>erin(r. 3 


•i.roo 


»3.9W< 


9 


67 eta. 


. 


AU 


' 




Bbciumitlu, 


875 


1.900 


6 


67 


. 


1-1 






4 ■hop* 


















W.gon wid 


1.200 


a,30u 


6 


«7 




7-8 






SSTa^ 


































T»nnerle», 3 


600 


000 


1} 


67 




3^ 






rf^..„ 


•300 


































lor lliK^n 


















For woollen 


1.000 


















tt51 


sou 


,1 


66 








, "*■"■ 


Nmle.Lfh.ts, 


»9U 


900 


Hr.m 


30 


«0 








S.UUO 






)y.» 








r ■";.' 



* A* tbcM utici'* H^ BiMtub^turcd b J ibe bnulic* fai tmnk, ud WMdbr^iii|[|t 
Mciik to McertBhi &e tnu account of Mtlcin, uid Ae mii^cr of pfMOoa mipl^ir 



Aflaik to McertBin 

tSde Aqm the leather i» cut ^. „....t , _ , — , 

ttttber. Tbm ■■ ■ n>r, custoa work, done in tmr^ w/ epqagh Ibr 

t ''aln Ittvet nnpoiud fr.in i uba. 



ll>*«iiill, Mm* , Mid Ae ^t^e^ lA^ ^W^Wi 



if the belt ealouhtion that I wi mikke. the cspeiMc af wcuiiw appardto tMl'|ilNB 
k tMTS ifUl be, gn M MFMgc about 13 dolbm, ^le emmM* fat M<^9nf .wlliK^ 
tMadbjlbefkimtieamtowii. "'-"-^ ."■«.! ^B 



ftccnun <L— Va Sit 



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it 


li 


it 

If 
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i 

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1^ 


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1 


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nil 


-ki-S 


«300 


«1 ,350 


3 


fl 00 


- 


. 


. 


SbncMti 


t 


600 


1,450 


3 


1 00 










t » 


1.300 


1,781 


3 


1 00 


Jrpr.tt 










































. _ , 



of wnaUen, c^ton, »tid linen utidn^ other than clothinK, will arcnp alMat 
V 7B>' to emch iDcUvidual. 
I HocnNken and h»ttcn do not wMlf ttelr "wa rtock. I hiTe, tbetcibre, giTCn the 
of their fixtures u capital, uid the proceeds of their Uhot ■■ nlue at uticletw Tb^ 
■t the hiuinca only » put <^ the tHset which b Oie cue, Klia, whh the Mirtwirithg, 
!na« wrrtiiniri do all the ciwtoakDinlavoAaf Aa tnwa. 

ISAAC HeGAW. 





mkm» 


13,300 


#4.500 


13 


» 




■ uw 






nesd 




5.000 


« 






i^ 
























Mitfat 


WM 


3,800 


7 


1 00 














300 


t 


1 00 














8'XP 


4 






i\ 








101 


300 


1 






V 






knb 


301 


300 


1 


100 




























l.OUfl 


3,600 


w 


«B 




, 






Ve^Dd 


3^t, 


I,2i0 


3 


75 




»i 






•V» 






































10( 


300 


1 


83 










DgtM. 


l,'J» 


300 




83 






ta 


o 


sf- 


If' 


. *so 


1 


1 00 










3ix 


400 


J 


Bd 










•1 »• 

■est' 


40 


1,300 


M 


• 


, i. 




'I 


i-5! 


lift 


' 300 


1 


1 00 











m 



DocuMBFT 4— Ho. 3*. 





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1 
11 


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•1,9(» 


4 


Slcts. 


rt 


i 








I.ISL 


3,SU 


b 






N«™ 
























tbotm^kiag - 


■■="' 


1 70' 


■" 


ee 




J 







lliere we about 10,000 p»lm leaf luta braided in ' andim. The Icsf ikin^ocl^.ik^ 
Munt/. tnd cmti about 4 cenli, to ■ hat, upon ui avrraire; mnd 16 centa pcrtaiMfB 
Ibr bnidiiitrt 10 thkt each h*tcorti3i( cl>. »3,0>«- One fenuk will bnidtmbitoiulft 
Cru liindrrd in k year ao that aeventeen fenalei, upon an areran^ >re ' |''|| ' '"*■ , 
l^ncM thfougliatLt the year, at jU cent* per daj. — Tfaeie an dl tbe aaa^M^filbk' : 
Bunt fcr the purpot of wdiny wool and drrwrin; dotha. ■ . . ' jiJ 






Tannery, 3 yarda 


K«>' 


»5.ia 


3* 


-„; 


., 


i 


:isuc: 




-*op- 


B9S 


l.sto 




« 




AH 




l.66> 


1,9U0 


.. 


67 




AU 






BhcknMuiV. 5 


2,001 


1,500 


» 


911 




1 






*,400 


S.OOU 


2, 


er 


- 


i 




-,. ■ li 


s,uou 


7WI 


u 


ST 


Cai^ngwwriforuMtaM. 




Clothing nnDa 


LShi 


550 


1 


6S 






Palm leaf W 
bnidi.« 


3». 


1,800 


u 


w 


Fenrie. 


« ..■■i3 



c carpeting ia iBade; siai« than enaa^ Av hiiBii uflMJrf 
la ri" carpetoir, woith 7i eta per yaid. B awH^f flkd^ 

ottMiri <f Htid* aitkmS' 



Tlie peo^eof thia town lire rety much whUn ftemtlrc^ -mocb «»aa«fati^pilfl| 
toiWB in the State. •' '' 'J 

There »^«11 the n eceMMy mrrh a pir a in tmrnlbnthep 



[ Ooc. Na..3.Q8. ] 



„f»» 



DoeniBiT 4.— Ha. 36. 
WtrMtp mtdOmtekM Uimifatiura m Ba$t Kinplm, BaMn^^tam tamOg. 



i 

1 


1 

ii 




s. 

Is- 
1^ 


Ij 


1 


mliif 


mi 

•Hi 


nkkini;> 30 


lt,4oa 


13,937 


li» 


Wi7 




17,131 pair of wle shoes RK 














U). nnde in thii to«n Ibr 




igu 


63J 


3 


73 




(hoe dealcn in Hirerhill, 




Cmtooi 










Uu. The Mock beine own- 




work. 










ed in Uu., the libor only il 


a."-! 


J,900 


3,700 




93 








Hie lAbo 


r ll.ilB, 


hirt/., 


.mrk,! 


me.&c. 1 


,760, 7knU,toa 


she 1,140. 


TSS^-) 




l,IJO 


3 


9i 








Labor is 


70, itock 


S.IWO 


thopgi 


ndBcce. 


U7toolil8a 




«^J 


J70 
Stock K 


660 
70, Ubor 


1 

300, sh 




tools, 51}. 






■andwigon 


190 


300 




I 


Ubor 91 


SO. itc A 100. . 


wp,l«.BO. 


■Ata*. 
















SUliffmUli. 


800 


40U 


' 


1 









the clothea worn u wearing- appaiat are llMde in Cunil 
r,' c*pebag, table linen, tec. It coats e*^ indiTidual ii 
w far clothes fi ' 



D. 8. PAUUBIt. 



DacttMBVY 4. — Ko. 37. 



j».»rfi.» 


•S.000 


tl,700 


S 


75 c 


leoqnct 


An 






LTTTS. 


1,200 


3.000 


•'7T^ 


«t 


Ubor 


* 


i. 




NMker*. 


















rpltnSuMl 


7ft. 


930 


^ 


BO 


Lthot 


1 


i 
























I,MO 


3.(100 


» 


I 


loo net 


A 


1 




ilbrfA - 


■ MO 


600 


I 


7S 


95 " 






n 


IJb 


9.500 




1 17 


L«bor 


9.10 






■>ki>r - 


106 


1,890 


4 


70 


Labor 


1 


» 





e wekr and tear at each peraon for clothea ftH" wearinir apparel, ezduding ahoea aaA 
t15. The wear and tear for ererjr cifh( peraona fcr beodinK, be, 930. For agri- 
lal Uar. tn cWlan per nenth. 

JOHN W. OAI.R- 



•n 




[ 


Doe. ffo. dW. ] 






1 


Doctrvsirt 4.— No. SB. 




1 

■ I 


f 
1. 


4 
1 






1 


^1 

ill 


If 
III 

mi 


nil 

II 


JbMI&CtuK 

■iMkimith 


U.SOO 


»14.S0O 


iO 


5a ct«. 


epr.ct. 


1-2 


1.3 


«•* 


300 


300 


1 


7S 


8 


4>U 


10-14 






3,350 


1,600 


I 


7S 


« 


3-lJ 


10-U 




ss'ig 


185 


»0 


8-10 


TS 


10 








l,9dl 


3,340 


S 


1.00 


IS 


1 






«l,l 40 deduc- 


















ted for ra 


















e«»te 














JJi 


The capital cmplorrd in ahoe bunnen is thrce-acTenteenth* fbr rejJ <suK ami toA irf { 


lburtccn.«:vc 


nlceiiths f 


or stock a 


ndbbo 










.' 



The amount for nMinu6ctured article* »ii-fi>urteentha for work doac fyr n 
•at of town, uid eif^htrourteenthi for artklca manufactured in town. 

Blacksmithiag, Half for real eMate and tooli, and half for itock. 

Thnnin^ Tw«nty-one.foTty->«vieMlu (br rod eMate, fiEturei, and m>ch!rie*T, ini t*af 
M-folty-aeventhi for ftock. 

Qooperin^. 8e*enteen-tIiirtf-*eTentlu (or rctl catale and nachiiiei^, ud tVM^'licit' 
MvcntlM for Uo^. 

Brick making. One-tenth for ml eMite and tool*, and nine .tenth* for MoekMilM 

*rbcre aro 30 fenuJe* employed at *boe binding, at 35 cent* per day, th^ bM^ 
Aunaclre*. 

Averape price of labor at farminf^, duriig the aummer Mmioii, fll p«r maA 

Avera^ price of labor by the year, ttt per month. j . 

ATen^ piice of ti.'niik labor per week and boarded, 75 ccMti. 

Average wear and tear of clothing per year, S15< . . ii 

Average wnr and tear of bedding pi-r year, $]. 

AaMont of flour, (Vom the middle Btatea, uaed in town die year pait, 3 J > Wh ^ 

Number of sheep in town, 435. 

Average amount of wool to each iheep, 3) pounds. 

Tbc wool manufactured and worn in town, J into full dotfa, 3-lSinttt hftiifac.'"^ "* 
into other clothing 

Mo flai raited in town. 

The principal article* sold fVom the town are shoes, bricks, wood, lumber, cAnu 

Tlic foregoing is a correct Hatemeet, •• imw m I hava b«en ahle to ntimue. 

STEPHEN 'niCI*' 

.fyrU irik, 1833. 



tfllMU No. 39a» ] 



•M 





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41 
II 


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«. 


H.aoo 


#5,000 


B8 


fSoCBU 




i 


1 


»««»- 


th 


too 


«« 


3 


75 Mat* 


1 


«-14 


14.14 




H 



















rt of capital vnatcj, in <w>e h<i*ncm i« wt a eto JiT raltMMii 
, liMat «uiaBnliiepiIt,fir>Miii«ateMdstlelei, b9r-lugtf 

.— -!• 0(|t of tplTD. 

iMMT Aaep in tcnro wUcli will k*a«(e 3| Ibi. of wool, cmIi. Theieii, (wwa 
■Umi^Vior»cnBal>(»odiBtbe«, TMWfl<>Ht' — »a&olw r cdi»tPTOt^j>- 
HirS-le into beddipb udM$ into atImola4»'V- ', 

b sot iwv* Baz hmm than ia nee e Mary fir throad rcr ftmOr nac^ aade ftonlhb^ 



1 tear af clothing, aiUe from boot% ihoea, and bati, f 13 00 p«r 
I. no per nondi. 



IB price of labor, pcrmontli, duiing the Tear, fapern 
» pBcc of bnnle labor, per week, and tiouiled, 75 e 



BTEFHEN TirciZX. 



C Doe. No.'SM.^ . 





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i 


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H 


m 


IJI 


^1 


i 

11 


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= 1 
"■1 

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HI 
III' 




Sho*^n*kinc 


SITO 


C600 


frllo! 


tl 00 


20 per c. 


au 




h— ,- 








li 


75 


10 per c 








Do 


900 


3,000 


6 




20 per c 










44W 


800 


2 












T^ccr 


S'jO 


410 


lemS 


84 


Uiprc. 






dfMl 




400 




Mm- 


84 










Do 


800 




13mv 


84 


10 per c. 








■Mkinr 


500 
6U0 


460 
l.MO 


I 

2 


1 00 
60 


(20 per c, 
UJprc. 


- 'A- 


•isa 


300 


ISm': 


1 OO 


20 per e. 


• 


1 "^ 





Ibrapi Hid one half donteattc 
WeoUew Mid cottoaa nuy b« reduced to ban 34 to 30 per cent ad nhpHk - 
Iwrtiliiwini. 



I [Blpc, ^9^»fi^. J 



m 



Docuxs*T 4.-i-N^. 41; 

propmtd rekaive to the vahe of dweUing4touo^ oumeaiiy the Compom^^ 

DoTim Mag nth, 19S% 

hM 9im: Tour hrot of the 1^ inftant is receiTcd. In estiniatini^ ^e valo^ of our uro- 
at mn^ and a half milHoas, I inlended to include eveiy article owiiiB4 hy the comjMuiy* 
Ga^ Miqfet> hornet, peraooal properhry &c, whether it existed in the fonn of caal^ or 
ByWM^cofJ, orwfaaterer il aii^ be. Whatamount ofcashiskept onhandmlhe 
KMf^ pow ea s io n, I caiuKit say; but I mppose, of course, it is not muisL as the intcfest 
I W MR. T^e value of property like ours, s, of c<nuse, fluotuatin|^ 4ependin|^ upon 
pifqpiAjgimiis, luch as the state of the nuHri^ets ftr the sale of piMact^ l^fiiMTe 
It jfci^; Vat i assume the above sum as a valut, becaufte, andl times dumgeveiy much, 
^eS jgn m i, damestic competitkm has considferably mcreund, we shall proliiably reafize 
sr emt mmt upon a capital of that amount. Had the duties upon eottons been ra- 
( fOf Wfio^ like the reduction proposed b^ the President aqd Secretary of the Trea« 
HfiOfi wqoU&if and O0icr manufactures^ I Jkould not considier the whok eatabliahment 
I %p t>luitf» if it paid taxes as hi^h as it now does; for we should have been bb%ed 
ea% t6,rc3ao9 the wages of the operatives, that our looma would have been deserted. 

lam, air, your obedient servant, , 

JAMBS Fp CURTIS, 4^. 
9. Dtoowv, Esq. Portitnouth. 



- I 



80 



[ Boe. Now^fltoS. J 



UocVMUT 4.-M0. 41— POTEfc-BfiH^ifr tf Mam^*i 



If 

ill 




1 II- 

Jilli 

liill 




iljlll 


» ■ 


B 








h 


5' 


Cotton mill 


Orlein»lct 


Prrient va- 




noWon, I.OOO,I»0 Ibi, 


I urn 


aod ciJica 




lue may b 




cort »l».330|* Sodl 


printinf. 


»2.7110,000 






Flout and itareh, S.roc 


OaLC 






Bl,SO0,0Of 




HlMchinysajt^ 3,001 


N. T»t 


■^'" 


Water paw 


including 




Poluhei. l.*M 


Ne.E 


ndnLo 


realMIale 




Oil of Titriol, 2,OM 








m»chincr>' 




Sperm oil. 6,«» 


Mane 


,^.. 




and caih 




Coal, 10.M; 






capital. 




Aoodandchatwul 8,*5J 


New a 








Co»dung, 2,192 


NewK 






Ghoneaare 




Hav and com, 400 N . Ban 






u*ed fbt 




Alum, I.OiO.aahiBic 






tnickiag 




Quercitron bark, 3*9iPcnnq- 






i».» £r 




Bran and wheat, 9Ji|N. Yari 




' 


power. 




Coppetmi, 1,008 Vertnoi 
Caih for wagei, 194,000 
PjTolipieous acid, SOOSalo^ 
Leather and hidea, S.OOOJtba^F 


















rallov, UO 


New Hi 










American iron, 500 


N. T«rt 










Cut iron, 3,00CI 


N. H.II 










Lumber, 1,100 


Newn 










Paper, ^«», paints, lin- 












seed and neaU' oil, 












•pirila turpentine, tar. 












iam^lua, »oap, peari 












aihea, bricks, lime. 












broadcloth, machine 












bluikelJ, and a pieat 










many other arti<Je^ 










«y 35.000 





EXPLAN ATIOira, Bl 

a bice panoftbettocfc^lMdM 

m thWriDa^ then wmM iBI 
kouMi but, at proKnt, thttc are nt new and expesaiTe hoiiMt of foMe wori 
S eonirefttiaM, 3 Baptiit, I ll«thodi«, and t Catholic. Duni( nqr nriteM 
Htnt,^ two inMuccc of fiwltv, kkhw the feaufe apenttveiL ban mmb (•« 



* Hut queRiatt I cunwt 
ehMb wluch ii in different ai 



[Doc.,No. 308.] 



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lis 

1 

III 


'■If ■ 

•II 


i|l|t| 
lilili 


m 

ml 

= 1:1 
fill 


.HI 

lit 
III 


ill 

Itl! 




Cntton cloth. *,SOO,000 


The salea >rc 


319 men 


104 boyk 


r53KirU 




)»rd» per uiniira , o( 




fc young 


M34cti 


«ri wo- 




which two-third* m 


pUlj- in Bof. 


men, at 












|1 30 c 




46(ct«. 




Avenge nlue may be 


chuiti from 






about 13 centa per 


dl put> of 


Amount of wwa paid an- 
nually, 119^2 79 




yiRli but, of course. 


the Union eb 




Ihi> Turio niih the 


peciilly from 
kYork.Plul. 


In aU calculation! of labor 




muket 


t&bGshmeDta, three hun- 






atklpba, ud 






the Weit 


dred ud eleven daya m 






None are wsnt 


■Uowed for* year. 






>bra>d 








^^^ 4,300 


Purchwed in 


at. DominfQ Ic 
S. Amenca 








**1mJ. 1,3M 


do 


Great Britain & 




















»-^ 137 


<\o 


Italy 








*i »,on 


do 


England 








do 


FnuiM b Hoi, 












land 








_*BMCd,*Ild 


do 


Africa Ic EMt 








■•ST^ *,076 




Indiei 








^tcinM, I,SW 


do 


Turkey & Per- 






' ^„. 


IjO 750 


do 


Beng^ 








k^^k: 






















cki'e: 












IS .000 













} ADnrnoNAL FAXira. 

I bare beoi here tqtwatdt of time fean. 



I caa tmlr w, tiMt a ■!■« nbtt^ 
kmdia dieViuMdatttcaAnAM* 



6|)f6 [ Doc. NtB. ^8. 3 

DocimiHT 4.— No. 43. 
Utkrfnm Lloyd W. W^ Jgent of (he Ortai FUb 

■ 

Sni: In reply to your fiirw of the lit instant, I wolM observe Uwt our eil 
enmloyi^ as sn sven^^l3r males orer 31 years, 195 nUes under 21 yesn^ si 
insles. Of the males under 21. years, 89 are between the ages of IS nad l€yi 
under 19 years odTany consequence, ssy 8 or 10. 
The average wages to men over 21 3rcar8, 98. per day, includuig board. 
«« " from 16 to 21 «« 5s. •« 

«« " under 16 «* 3b. 6d. " 

" «• females 43 cents, «« . 

Your obedient serytnt, 

liLiOTD W.V 
Mr. Daitibl P. Dbowv. 



DocuxiVT 4.-^No. 44. 
taUHHIES. 

i. 'Slate and eoihity in whteh the manufactory is situated^ 

2. kind or deseripnon of the msnufsctory; and whe^er water, fteaniy or oihe 

3. When established; and whether a joiiit stock concern P 

4. Capita] invested in ground and buildings, and water power, and in Tr^'hH* 

5. Average amount in materials, and in cash lor the piuehase of iiialeriBl% M 
of wages. 

6. Annual rate of profit on the capital invested sinee the establi^hUMfat of Ihl 
ry: disdnguishine between the rate of profit upon -that portion of 6ie capital w 
rowed, after prodding for the interest upon itf and rate of profit upMi that poiti 
not boiW>wea. ■ i 

7. Cause of the increase (or decrease, as the case majr be,) of piNMk. 

8. Rites of profit on capital 'Mherwisflchiiployed, in ihe same Stgle'lyttl ceaii|^ 

9. Ainount of articles annually taaAufactured since the establishiseiit of thefl 
descrinon, quality, and value of each kind? 'l?*. ,//j|^ 

10. Quantity ahd value, of different kinds of raw materials usedi TliJim^nisfi 
foreignTproducts and domestic prodaots^ . , <n< 

11. €ost in the United States of similar articles of manufacture i m p o rt e d ft 
and fron what country } 

12. Number of men, women, and children employed, and average wi 

13. How many hours a day employed? and what pordon of the year^ 

14. tlate of wages of similar classes otherwise employed, in the sa 
other States, and in foreign countries? 

15. t^umber of horses or other animals employed? 

16. Whether die manu&ctures find a market at the manufactoiy? If&o^ h 
*~are aent'to'market? - . . ^; 

17. Whether foreign articles of the like kind enter into poiimetidon wilk 1| 
place of sale.^ and to what extent? * M .^ -M .i -UH 

18. Where are the manufactures consumed? 

'19. iFlThether any of the manulactures ar^ exported to- fbr^gn ^Mllfck? HttAi 

290. IVhether^the manufacture Is sold by the ihaniuihetiiiier'fe tJiMbf 
what credit? if bartered, for what? " "• '• "» •*'' 

21. 'Whether the cost ofthe uanufkdba^ krticle (io'th« taiMiUsMl^ 
dAcveasedy iA&t how miich in eac^ year, from the establishment of the i ^ 
raefiiei^ihe bierease has beeh fat the iMaterials or the hibor, and at what tste? 

23 The prices at which the manufitctures have been sold by die iMniifacluMl 
establishment? 

23. What rate of duty is necessary to enable the manu&cturer to eater imlo eoi 
the home market wJtU similar articles imported? 

24. Is any change necessary in levying and collecting the da^ cm 
vent frMid? 



u been Hie nte of your pfofitt, winntllf, for the lait tlii«e jtan} and if it be 

cBiptny, whmt dividends have been received, aiidwbat poilion of the inconie 

J bat been conTeited into fiidS oi|^ita], or retained as a ftind for eoatfakfent 

iM, and therefore not divided out anttually) 

ortion of the cost of your manufactures condsb of tfie pike of the raw mate- 

tkmof the wages of labor, and what portion of the profits oi c^>ttal? 

mount of the a([^cultara] productions of the couniay is conaunedin your es- 

ind what amount of other domestic productions? 

loaittity or amount of manufactures, such as yofi make, are produced in the 

. and what amount in your StateP 

Inty uoon the foreign roanufkcture of the Idnd of Booda WUch you make, were 

{) per cent, with a corresponding reductioii on w 6ie b&poH% wopld it cause 

rii Your business, or would you continue to mamiSicture at reduced prices? 

m cause you to abandon your buliness, iik what |ray would jou employ joor 

t any pursuit in which you could etiga^, from tHiich.ytNi could derire greater 
lAer a reduction of the import dudes to 19)jper cent? 
t the manit&ctures of salt and iron, remote irom the points ofiipportafioOy' out 
mpetition within a certain circle around them, and what is the' extent of that 

\t capita] — and what proportion the borrowed capital bears to that winch is real? 
unomit of reduetioninthedutiea would enable Aeactiad or real oapilal em- 
Id an interest of 6 per cent P and how gradual the reduction diould be? 
Kmuma should be abofished, and the duty aasesacd upon the actual vakie of the 
de in the American port, what rate of ad valorem duty would be equivalent to 
rith the minimum? 
would be the operation of this change upon the frauds at present supposed to 

rtion which the production by the American manu&ctureri bears to the con- 



: of individual and houaehold manu&cture in the Untied States, and how 

ed since the tariff of 1824? 

pe pnyfit of money or capital in the United Statea? 

pe rate of wages? 

Letter aeeompanying jSgenfe return, 

d yon answers to the queries contained iiir)ioUB ciitulaff, of whkk tiie-aboMe, 
irk, ii nearly a copy. A slight variation occurs in the numbers to tho 'queries. 
here'enchMcd contain all the information wc are able to give mMmrthewi^eDt, 
hem tab only be answered by mercantile gentlemen acquainted with ksqaottti- 
iJAarkets, &c. Ice. Wc have endeavored to give entirely impartial .tiewstaod 
rery patcieular, and wish to keep nothing secret nor in the dark. The Secrela- 
» womd slate our views, or any observation which might suggest .thsmsehrtt, 
Dingly do^ letting them go for as much as they are worm. . < 

.er any modification of the tariff which shall enable foreign manufifcturet'to eodi- 
with greater facili^ than they now enjoy, will, in the «ime pnipOrttOD, injure 
, and a reiucticm of duties to 12^ or 15 per cent, would, witaout doubt, bring 
nanufurtures into our market at a price lower than they eould be poasibiy man- 
re, unless by a tiiorough reduction of our wages of labor to the rates paid in fo- 
ies. This, of course, could not at present be done, as the agncoUural pumtfts 
ry will for a long time hold oiut j;reater inducements than manu&cturers eoilld 
i home market is thrown open with only a revenue. duty of 12 to 15, or, indeed, 
Tite fluctuations in the profits and prices of our aumuiaotiirea^ we attribiAc, 
■ gr e e, if not entirely, to the importations which durin|p one year arii very great, 
t comparatively limited, producing a corresponding moinaae or dinmition of 
t quanti*^^ thrown into our market are large or small. 

non, k it our firm and well grounded opinion that we yet need the protection of 
BMitto the extent it baa been extendea; and that even this will not enable us to 
ur bunness with certain advantage, 'particularly «la«h* woollen department, ao 
iona sre practiced' to the extent we hiive but too mueh reason to believe jthf^i 
f thetniMnm system an entire nugatoiy one with a laigie poclioo 0f tht f^ 



I have the honor to be. 

Tour obedient servant, 

j#A Sawtmm, Dover, 



638 



[ Doe. Ko. S08. 2 






DocuMBjrr 4.— No 45. 

Jhuwtraofihe Great I\tlk Manufaduring Company to the juetiUnt 
nying drcuiar from the Treaiuiry Depofimeni to eoOeet mfmmation 
manufadwree in the OnUed Stateo, 

Aniwer to question 1.— The nunofiicioriet are ntuBted in the State of Kev 
county of Strafford. 

Answer to question 3.— Cotton cloths, hroad cloths, and csrpetst and ire dtim If «*r 
power. 

Answer to question 3. — They were established in 1834, and are aa iacorpontedcflapHf- 

Answer to question 4.— One million dollars. 

Answer to question 5 — $650,000 is about the amount paid for mMnuhttaaiaf mtaak, 
labor, &c annually, in the cotton and woollen departments. 

Answer to question 6.^-Three per cent, after paying interest on borrowed csfabL 

Answer to question 7. — ^Foreipi competition, hi^ rate of wages, and duties. «bk Br 
terials in the woollen department, are the principal causes of the small profits. 

Answer to question 8. -Ten per cent, is probably about the rate. 

Answer to question 9 — CoUoas $450,000, broad cloths 3330,000, carpets (10,000, totat 
1831, 1800,000. 

Answer to question 10.— 



IVooUtn Deparinunt, 
W^wl, ... - pounds 

Indigfo, - - . - 

Pol and pearl ashes, 
Woad and quercitron bark. 
Madder, - . - - 

Logwood, fustic, and other dye woods, 
Allum, vitriol, copperas, and other chemicals, ** 
Tartar, cadbear, cochineal, and other dying ma^ 

terials, 
Glue and patest 
Leather, 
OliTe oil. 
Sperm oil 
Hard soap. 
Soft soap. 
Ley, taltow, Itc 
iron, steel, lumber, wire, naUs, screws, cards, reeds, 

Itc. for oepairs, 
Iron, steel, wire, screws, files, &c 
Stationery, wrapping praper, &c. 
Tapes, thread, silk, twine, burlaps, fltc* 
Teazles, - - - - 

Wood, charcoal, and mineral coil. 
Flour, meat, and vegetables^ 
TranqMMtation coastwise^ 
Do. inland. 



« 
<« 



pounds 

« 

pounds 
bbls. 



Domestic articlea. 



Quantity. 



1305,000 

500 

4,000 

4,500 



16,650 



33,000 
t,350 

3.000 

30.000 

600 



Cotton, . - - . 

Artklet other than cotton. 



pounds 
«« 



3,000,000 



Value. 



$90,350 
435 
230 
330 



658 
1.3S0 

srs 

2,400 

3,000 

1,800 

400 

8.975 

350 

3.660 

3.673 

13,350 

1,350